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Big Camelot bell fish #13268234 09/03/19 12:06 AM
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On the bottom. 27" x 21.5" Stud.
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Re: Big Camelot bell fish [Re: Fishmounter] #13268258 09/03/19 12:31 AM
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Nice work thumb

Where is the turquoise spot typical of a Camelot Bell fish? And not being critical, just asking

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Re: Big Camelot bell fish [Re: Fishmounter] #13268259 09/03/19 12:31 AM
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Very nice job. Thanks for sharing.


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Originally Posted by Donald Harper
Very nice job. Thanks for sharing.

Re: Big Camelot bell fish [Re: Fishmounter] #13268369 09/03/19 01:51 AM
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Nice work!

Re: Big Camelot bell fish [Re: Fishmounter] #13268500 09/03/19 05:02 AM
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Great looking work!


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Re: Big Camelot bell fish [Re: Fishmounter] #13268612 09/03/19 12:43 PM
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Re: Big Camelot bell fish [Re: steve hummert] #13268640 09/03/19 01:06 PM
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Originally Posted by steve hummert
Nice work thumb

Where is the turquoise spot typical of a Camelot Bell fish? And not being critical, just asking

There was none on client photo. I paint what I see. Do you have any pics of this phenomenon? Would love to see what you mean.

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Originally Posted by Fishmounter
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Nice work thumb

Where is the turquoise spot typical of a Camelot Bell fish? And not being critical, just asking

There was none on client photo. I paint what I see. Do you have any pics of this phenomenon? Would love to see what you mean.


I didn't notice it on any of the fish I caught out there, but maybe it just wasn't brought to my attention.

Another awesome mount, btw! You do the best work I've ever seen.

Re: Big Camelot bell fish [Re: Fishmounter] #13268766 09/03/19 02:47 PM
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Nicely done. clap

Re: Big Camelot bell fish [Re: Fishmounter] #13268939 09/03/19 05:00 PM
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Excellent work

The top one is so realistic, it looks like it could just swim away


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Re: Big Camelot bell fish [Re: Fishmounter] #13268947 09/03/19 05:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Fishmounter
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Nice work thumb

Where is the turquoise spot typical of a Camelot Bell fish? And not being critical, just asking

There was none on client photo. I paint what I see. Do you have any pics of this phenomenon? Would love to see what you mean.


http://www.camelotbell.com/bass.htm

Look at the last fish on the first page. Bottom left photo. The turquoise spot is clearly visible in this photo. Right where the top of her gill meets her head.


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So how is it typical if that the only one out of all those fish lol.

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On the Camelots we stocked it seems the "unique" spot is more distinguished in younger fish. Not all have it.

Re: Big Camelot bell fish [Re: andy52887] #13268999 09/03/19 05:51 PM
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Originally Posted by andy52887
So how is it typical if that the only one out of all those fish lol.


You can't see it in many of those photos due to shading, sunlight and the angle at which the fish was held. lol.


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