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This is for anyone who's inferiority complex needs further reenforcement.

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I hate you.

 

looks like he actually carved the scales into the wood before foiling - I'd be really curious to find out how - I've tried using a dremel to carve lines in the gill-plate, but nothing nearly that intricate.

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I honestly thought the sunfish was something you caught on something you made first, then I realized it was the plug. Incredible work clapping.gifclapping.gifclapping.gif

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I honestly thought the sunfish was something you caught on something you made first, then I realized it was the plug. Incredible work clapping.gifclapping.gifclapping.gif

 

Hold your horses! Demz ain't mynz. They're the work of a Board acquaintance.

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I hate you.

 

looks like he actually carved the scales into the wood before foiling -

 

ummm, the signature says "Ginger Mojo." is Ginger a guy?headscratch.gif

These will probably never catch a fish - they WAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYY to pretty to fish with drool.gif, and probably too valuable as well.

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Anyone can shove a set of trebles up a live bluegill's butt!! HappyWave.gif

 

In all seriousness.. that's sick work!! i can't comprehend somethign like that!

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Try clicking on the view as slide show. The maker also has eels, needle fish, and more to drool.gifdrool.gifdrool.gifdrool.gifdrool.gif over. drool.gif

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The detail is unbelievable.

I'm putting these in my webshots for wallpaper and screen saver shots biggrin.gif

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