Alaska is a land that can capture your imagination.
I was originally inspired to create this design after a trip to the Bristol Bay watershed fishing for trout and salmon. I was fortunate to find a piece of Caribou antler I could bring home and fused it into a landing net as a memory piece. This net is true to that original design. Combining a large Caribou antler shovel joined to the Walnut net frame. Its twin is hanging in the lodge in Alaska.
A sculptural work for your office, home or cave. Overall length is 30 inches with a 12 x 10 inch hoop, 36 inch circumference. Features a deep epoxy finish. My nets are all signed and numbered.
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