Published Jun 27. 2019 - 4 years ago

Carving a Wooden Brook Trout

It may not be fly-fishing, but most anglers will probably appreciate the skill going into this process - and not least the result.
In this wood carving video I show how I carved this life sized Brookie out a piece of Box Elder wood and painted it using a combination of hand painting and airbrush. I also show you a little bit about my day to day life and the wildlife in my yard.
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"I've had this piece of Box Elder wood curing out in the woodshed for a couple of years."
"It's just begging to be turned into a life-sized Brook Trout."
"The carving is pretty well roughed out, now."
"I've got some work to do in the office today."
"I need to get these logs peeled for future walking stick materia.l"
"It will take a couple of years before they will be ready to carve."
"I like having wild animals around. So I try to keep some bird seed in the feeders for them."
"It's hard to explain how much satisfaction I get from carving fish."
"I really enjoy every phase of the process." Especially the challenge of carving the fins and all, from a single piece of wood."

Martin Joergensen

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