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Rainbow trout 5

Folks we have color progression!


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Thank you Herb! It's going to be a bit different  than the usual because a lot do it that way. Carved driftwood with rocks. Then a resin poured top to indicate water. After that leaves carved and laid upon water to resemble autumn. The fish will also point downward which is different than most going up. Can't wait to show finished product.

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Yes and some memory. I studied different colors and rainbows vary from olive to silver to even browns and some blues with yellow. Depending on Sun, temperature, age I'd think that makes a difference.  This project has me thinking on a much bigger scale like a scenery under my bar. Pike chasing a perch on one side and trout together on the other. My whole bar room will be hand carved.

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