And to celebrate the fact that fishing season is upon us, we’re offering a special discount on all of our fish (and mayfly) posters, now through May 15th.
The Trout Poster
Illustrated by Joseph R. Tomelleri. The state-of-the-art in trout identification and appreciation. Thirty-four types of trout in relative scale—from the tiny golden trout to the massive steelhead, each fish is represented at 40% of average size, all depicted with fantastic accuracy. 25 × 38", full-color.
The Brook Trout Poster
In 2008, Artist Flick Ford traveled to Manitoba to fish God’s River for the largest native brook trout on the continent. Using a streamer pattern he tied himself, Ford landed this magnificent 22.5-inch, 6-pound spawning male fish for his painting. The result is one of the finest portraits of a brook trout ever created. 18 × 24", full-color.
The Saltwater Gamefish Poster
Illustrated by Flick Ford. Thirty-six species illustrated with astounding fidelity and reproduced in relative scale. The most beautiful and popular saltwater gamefish in the world—from striped bass, redfish, bonefish, and false albacore to yellowfin tuna, striped marlin, and dolphinfish. 24 × 36", full-color.
The Sunfish Poster
The sunfishes are among the most colorful and common fishes in North America. Seventeen types of sunfishes by master illustrator Joseph R. Tomelleri are reproduced here—all in relative scale. Species include: pumpkinseed, bluegill, spotted sunfish, orangespotted sunfish, redspotted sunfish, longear sunfish, redear sunfish, dollar sunfish, warmouth, redbreast sunfish, green sunfish, rock bass, flier, shadow bass, Ozark bass, black crappie, and white crappie. 18 × 24 inch", full-color.
The Striper Poster
The most accurate and detailed illustration of a striped bass ever made—a hefty 39-inch striper caught by illustrator Flick Ford in June 2008 off the coast of Massachusetts. 24 × 36", full-color.
The Mayfly Posters
Illustrated by Ernest Schwiebert. Four 12 × 18" prints featuring 30 illustrations of mayfly duns and spinners. All of the mayfly species that are important to anglers across the continent—from tiny blue-winged olive “psuedos” to chunky yellow drakes. The illustrations are grouped by time of emergence and life-stages and are labeled with common and up-to-date scientific names. An open edition, printed in full-color on heavy weight, uncoated art paper.
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