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Bennybob

Walleye replicas?

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Anyone know how much a 31" Walleye would run? Do they look realistic?

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You could check out this company and they are a Fishing Minnesota sponsor. You cannot go wrong with a reproduction as they will look as good as new years from now and you cannot tell the difference.

http://www.fibertechproductions.com/orderinginfo.html

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You will spend anywhere from $12 - $15 per inch so about $372 - $465.

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My son had a 32 inch walleye done by Artistic Anglers out of Duluth. The special at the sportsman show was $10/inch a few years back. The fish looks great.. Nice Fish DrJ

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I will second Artistic Anglers. I have a walleye mount done by them and its awesome. Their painter is the best I have ever seen. He will get it just as it was in the pictures you have.

Get good pics and get close ups of anything special on the fish you want on the mount. Also get length and girth of the fish.

A good reproduction mount will last a long long time.

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I will third Artistic Anglers. They are fantastic.

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