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Click on the photo to see additional views of this framed Speckled Trout fish art.
Here is a fine giclee print on canvas from an original oil painting. It’s a framed speckled trout fish in a reclaimed barn wood frame. The piece measures 21 1/4 inches x 11 3/8 inches. The back is covered with black kraft paper and has a saw tooth hanger.
Speckled Trout, also known as “speck”, is a very important game fish in the Gulf of Mexico as well as the Atlantic Ocean. Speckled Trout are easy to identify. They have elongated bodies with spots. The spots are more prominent when young and are more numerous on the back. Specks have two very easy to recognize identification features. They have two large canine teeth and the inside of their mouths are yellow. Specks grow to a maximum size of about 16 pounds although the average is about 1 pound.
Specks are a coastal saltwater species of the Louisiana coast where they range from brackish water out to the close in rigs. The young speckled trout start their lives out in the marshes and small lakes of coastal Louisiana. As they grow in size and becomes less vulnerable to larger predators, they move further on out. Also speckled trout are a schooling species so once you find one there are usually more!
The camera can’t pick up the true details and color of this very interesting piece.
Just one of this framed speckled trout fish art in stock – you will be shipped the piece shown in the photos.
Click on the photo to see additional views of this framed Dolphin artwork.
This is a framed Dolphin artwork piece framed in reclaimed barn wood. It is a giclee print on canvas from an original oil painting. The piece measures 21 1/4 inches x 11 3/8 inches. The back is covered with black kraft paper and has a saw tooth hanger.
Otherwise known as Mahi-mahi, the original name causes many to mistake them for the porpoise or dolphin – think “Flipper”. This is not so as Mahi-mahi is a fish, not a mammal as is the porpoise. Mexican and Latin American dolphin are called “Dorado”. Mahi-mahi often gather in large schools attracted to floating objects such as logs and buoys where they find smaller fish to feed on. They are surface feeders and are found throughout the Pacific and tropical waters world wide. Hawaiian Mahi-mahi is regarded as some of the highest quality in the world with fish over 15 pounds in size being preferred. Their flesh is white, firm, sweeter than Ono, and delicious when sautéed, baked, broiled, or fried.
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You will be shipped the framed Dolphin artwork shown in the photos.
Click on the photo to see additional views of this bulk carrier life ring – Starford 8 Panama.
This bulk carrier life ring is one of many we have in stock. It measures about 30 inches wide by about 3 1/2 inches thick. Both sides of the life ring are shown in the photos. On one side the ship name was stencil painted on in black; on the other side the ship name was stencil painted on in white.
The life ring has a weathered look expected from use at sea. This life ring has loose and/or missing paint. It has not been cleaned. The original rope has been replaced.
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You will be shipped the bulk carrier life ring – Starford 8 Panama shown in the photos.
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Click on the photo to see additional views of this barn wood framed Brown Trout artwork.
This barn wood framed Brown Trout artwork would make a fine gift. This brown trout is created with oil paint on on canvas. This framed brown trout measures 21 1/4 x 11 3/8 inches. The back is covered with black kraft paper and has a saw tooth hanger.
The brown trout is a European species of salmonid fish that has been widely introduced into suitable environments globally. It includes both purely freshwater populations and some saltwater forms known as the sea trout.
The fish is not considered to be endangered, although, in some cases, individual stocks are under various degrees of stress mainly through habitat degradation, overfishing, and artificial propagation leading to introgression. Increased frequency of excessively warm water temperatures in high summer causes a reduction in dissolved oxygen levels which can cause “summer kills” of local populations if temperatures remain high for sufficient duration and deeper/cooler or fast, turbulent more oxygenated water is not accessible to the fish. This phenomenon can be further exacerbated by eutrophication of rivers due to pollution—often from the use of agricultural fertilizers within the drainage basin.
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