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Old 12-27-2007, 11:02 PM   #1
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Default The Bass...

a couple coats of clear and it's done....



the pattern is by Charles Dearing and you can find it in the Spring 07 issue of SSW...

first coat of clear...



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Old 12-28-2007, 12:00 AM   #2
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Looks great Trout!! I like the frame too, good shape for the project!
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Old 12-28-2007, 03:31 AM   #3
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Very nice. Frame goes well with it, even as light as it is.

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That's pretty sweet trout..haven't seen you make any fish in a while.
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G'day Trout,
I really like that. The frame gives it a mighty lift.
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Good on ya Trout I really like the way you framed it
Good job !
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Ah ... Trouts got the fishing bug again and it's showing up in his scrolling. I really like this one ... the way it fits the frame, just the right amount of detail. Great job Trout ... and Charlie for the pattern.

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now that it's done, it looks good...

I must of started this project 10 months ago when I was still using the old saw. I got 5 cuts into it and said forget it...
I had this project setting on the self when I was showing off some work to some ladies that came to Mrs.Trout shoe party back in October. one of them showed interest in the piece to give her to boyfriend. that was it until a week before Christmas when she sent me $45. she wouldn't take back the money so I had to finish it up...

it will still be in the family, it's going to my future son in laws cousion. they've camped and fished with us a couple times...

as of yesterday, I only had 1/2 the fish cut..my motivation really set in when I got the idea of the frame and that's what got this project finished...

next.....

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