FISH BLANKS, TAXIDERMIST
Fish Blanks. King Sailfish Mounts provides Fish Blanks of the highest quality standard, produced using first generation molds. Each blank is Nearly-Ready-For-Paint, with the seams finished, ventral fins installed, mouth installation completed, putty work finished, sealed and primed with gray lacquer. Does not include pectoral fin installation, eyes, teeth or hanger.
OPTIONAL: Upgrade to Ready-To-Paint by clicking on the "Options" tab in the right column. Includes completed assembly with eye, teeth and hanger, and mounted on a production board. Also includes packaging upgrade to re-usable double-wall cardboard carton or wood-frame crate for larger fish blanks.
Taxidermist Fish Blanks. Highly detailed and cast from new molds, KSM Taxidermist Fish Blanks are Nearly-Ready-For-Painting. They include most of the prep work such as finishing of the seams, installation of ventral fins, mouth installation, putty work and priming. All you do is attach one fin (included), install the eye (and teeth, if required) and hanger. Then paint.
Mouths. All blanks include finished mouth interiors, ranging from highly detailed to minimal detail. The level of detail is indicated on the Specification Page for each Fish Blank.
Open Gills. Some blanks include fully finished and opened gill coverings. Largemouth Bass and Tarpon are examples of fish blanks that come with open gills, standard. This is indicated for each fish model.
Backside Detail. Many fish are perfect on the backside and can be easily used for double-sided fish. This is indicated on the Specification Page for each Fish Blank.
Packing. CHANGED 6/20/14: All fish blanks will be packed in secure cardboard cartons. Larger fish blanks will be packed in wood frame crates.
Shipping. CHANGED 6/20/14: New logic is in the process of being applied to our freight rate schedule. This will result in more favorable freight costs. Phone: 954/784-8377.
OPTIONAL: If you choose, we can supply any of the above mentioned taxidermist fish blanks in Ready-To-Paint condition, meaning that all you need to do is paint it. Of course, this costs a little more. Select from the "Option" section in the right-hand column of the Specification Page.