Rockfish (Yelloweye) Mounts by King Sailfish Mounts.
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Yelloweye Rockfish. Occurs in the eastren Pacific from the Gulf of Alaska to northern Baja California where it inhabits rocky reefs and boulder fields in 60 to 1800 feet of water. Known to many as "red snapper", it is not related. With a lower oil content than other rockfishes, the yelloweye rockfish is particularily delicious when deep-fried. IGFA
Yelloweye Rockfish Mounts are available Online from King Sailfish Mounts. You can even order Online! KSM individually crafts each finely detailed mounted fish by hand, one-at-a-time. Every reproduction is airbrushed to resemble that species' most vivid and striking color patterns. Initially formed to promote the release of local Atlantic sailfish, King Sailfish continues to be the leader in Marine Conservation--now offering all sizes and species of Saltwater Fish Mounts, including the Yelloweye Rockfish.
Standard Features include: (at no extra charge) Custom Painting, Downturned Fired-Enamel Glass Eyes and Acrylic Teeth. Options include Expedited Production/Shipping and UV Inhibitive Polyurethane Outdoor Coating. (see more about Standard Features)
Variety of Sizes Available: King Sailfish Mounts offers mounts of Yelloweye Rockfish in a wide variety of different sizes. (scroll down for size/selection) The models displayed on this page represent recently produced mounts and/or most popular sizes. For additional selection, contact us by phone or by email for further details: Telephone: 954/784-8377 Email: email@example.com.
Yelloweye Rockfish Replicas by King Sailfish Mounts....setting The Standard for Excellence.
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Complimentary Release Certificates - Available Online! Go to "Log-In-Your-Catch" and enter your catch data in the required fields........then download, print and frame!
YELLOWEYE ROCKFISH MOUNTS:
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Artist Note: Many of the Yelloweye Rockfish Mounts shown here were painted according to a photograph provided by the angler. That explains the differences you might notice in the coloration of the various mounts.