1200 Sq ft of creativity
2885 Black Eagle Ridge Howell MI 48843 US | +1.810.533-9285 | email@example.com
Once you have caught your trophy fish, you have a couple decisions;
1) Keep the fish for a skin mount, or...
2) Take measurements (length and girth), take a picture, release the fish, then.. Contact me at (810)-533-9285.
Prepare the fish for storage or the freezer; Not the only way, but I would suggest putting table salt or borax on the fish - both sides. If you can't do this ~ do not worry. Then, wrap the fish in a wet towel and put the fish and towel in a garbage bag. Wrap it up tight. Deliver it to Murphysfishtaxidermy. (It will store like this for at least a full year, once frozen)
For more than 35 years, I have been working with fish, and only fish. This has allowed me focus solely on perfecting the most visually dynamic and realistic results for my customers trophy fish. Take a look at my project gallery, and I think you will see the difference.
I have always had a full time job outside of Murphysfishtaxidermy. Fish Taxidermy is a hobby for me, and so I work from home. I like to provide turn around times for my customers to under 9 months, so therefore, I take in a limited number of fish each year. Call me at 810-533-9285.