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97-INCH TARPON MOUNT. Perfect specimen....double sided 215-pound tarpon. Caught on a Coon-pop jig and landed close to Venice, Louisiana. This one has a 42-inch girth and is posed in a jumping position. Not one scale missing on the front side.
30-INCH SOCKEYE SALMON. From Alaska: Pending Line-class World Record....the specimen is in beautiful condition with nice proportions. Also molded: 25-inch sockeye. Available soon.....
27-INCH CHUM SALMON. Fresh from Alaska. Specimen provided by Dennis Triana, holder of numerous IGFA World Records.
185-POUND TARPON. Perfect specimen of a robust poon with a big head.....girth of a 200-pounder but shorter, making it appear really huge! This one is 82-inches in tip to tip length.
HATCHET MARLIN MOUNT. After nearly 20 years, we have finally created our first hatchet marlin. This mount was created from parts of other mounts, including white marlin, blue marlin and spearfish.
STRAWBERRY GROUPER MOUNT. Also know as Red Hind. This perfect double sided specimen came from near Bimini, Bahamas and is just over 6-pounds.
LIONFISH MOUNT. 17.5 inches in length with open gills. Accurate and colorful!
BLUELINE TILEFISH Mount. 30-inches in length...appproximately 12-pounds. February, 2012.
ALFONSINO Mount. Overall length: 29-inches. Taken in over 800-feet of water near the Dry Tortugas. Specimen provided by Rob Delph.
AMBERJACK Mount. Overall length: 69-inches, actual weight 125 Lbs. An extremely large amberjack.....taken from the waters in the area of the Dry Tortugas.....very impressive in size including girth....has nice detail in it's full fins and tail.
Tarpon Mount. October 2011. Taken in 50-feet of water near Venice, Louisiana, this 224-pound monster is likely the nicest large tarpon mold in existence. Perfect in style and detail with no scales missing. Caught on a Coonjig, named after it's inventor Coon of Houma.
Sailfish Mount. August, 2011. 80-inches in overall length. To resemble a live greyhounding sailfish with the dorsal fin folded mostly down. Unique and extremely cool.
Longtail Bass Mount. 20-inches from tip to tip.....taken in the Gulf of Mexico off the Texas coast.....makes a beautiful mount...
Tarpon Mount. 79-inches. Molded July, 2011. Angler unable to revive after a spectacular fight on Florida's south-west coast. Radical head cock....wide open mouth.....big flip in the tail...would look great mounted vertically and double-sided. This one is red hot. tag no: 1000320
Yellowtail Snapper Mount. An extremely large specimen--the total length is 31-inches, although the upper fork of the tail is a little out of proportion. The fish was caught near Key West. June 2010.
Hog Snapper Mount. Overall length is 34-inches. Taken by spear with no holes in show side. This is the nicest large hog snapper that we have ever seen. Weight was around 18 pounds but took over two pounds of silicone to fill the stomach cavity....therefore it represents a 20-pound fish. June, 2011.
Yellowfin Grouper Mount. Measures 38-inches from tip to tip.....our largest yellowfin grouper. Well proportioned with perfect scale and fin details. Not a blemish. Molded May 24, 2010.
Bonefish Mount. (32-inches). Molded March 2011. Specimen came from a well-known guide in the Keys who could not revive the fish after hooking it in the backcountry. This one has more of an action pose than most of our bones. Weighed in at 13.7-pounds but after a silicone injection to restore robust proportions it weighed 14 and a quarter. Good for double sided or single sided mount.
Pompano Mount. (16-inches): January 2011, molded by Raymond Douglas at the KSM studio in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The fresh specimen was provided by Bruce Unger of Bonefish and Tarpon Unlimited.
Snakehead Mount. Landed locally on a small pond in the Fort Lauderdale area by Dr. M. Arostegui....32-inches, approximate weight: 8-pounds.