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Replica mount recommendations

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Does anybody have a recommendation of a taxidermist for a replica mount of a walleye. I know some are better than others so would like your opinion. THanks!

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Artistic Anglers in Duluth.

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I was just in Canada and I saw a rubberized (flex) mount. It was really cool and felt lifelike. You could literally pinch it. Never seen anything like it before.

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Has anybody tried Lax Reporductions out of WI?

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I have scene Lax at a few sportshows. Looks like they do nice work, but they put so much glossy stuff on them looks to fake. My opinion

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Neangler....I highly recommend Lax. Email me if you want and I will let you know why.

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Quote:

Artistic Anglers in Duluth.


Certainly worth the wait, there is a reason there is one.

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I have 2 from Artistic Anglers and my brother has 2. I couldn't be happier. They are fantastic in every way. they are getting to be about 5 years old and look the same as the day I got them. Matt is a really good guy.

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Artistic Anglers all the way for me. They did a 31.5" walleye for me and I couldnt be happier.

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Can someone give me their website?

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No web site but e-mail me and I may be able to help you out.

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Isn't www.fibertechproductions.com one of the sponsors for FM, I looked at there site when I first joined, they are out of Nisswa by Brainerd. Anybody use them? They look good.

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I have done a few with Fibertech and absolutely love them.

The 6 week or less turn around time was a real bonus!

Waiting a year is too long for me.

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