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Salmon Full Mounts

Salmon Mount Guarantee Salmon are one of the most sought after gamefish in the world known for their incredible table fair. There are a variety of different salmons including the famous Chinook or King Salmon, Sockeye Salmon and the Silver or Coho Salmon. Most salmon are born in freshwater and migrate into the ocean to spend their lives before returning to freshwater to reproduce. All of our salmon replicas are produced by using fiberglass molds that have been cast off actual salmon allowing us to provide you with an anatomically correct salmon replica.
Salmon Mount Face Close Up

Salmon Mount Paint Schedule

Just like many other species, Salmon change colors during their lives depending on their environment. Primarily salmon are lighter and tend to be on the more silvery during their ocean dwelling days however their coloring will change to deep red, greens and purple hues during their migration back into freshwater to spawn. If you are ordering a salmon replica to commemorate the catch we suggest you send us a photograph of your catch. Once you place the order you can either email, text or mail in the photograph and our team will reference it throughout the production process allowing us to supply you with an accurate salmon replica of your catch.

Shipping The Salmon Mount

Nearly all salmon mounts will ship via Ground shipment in a cardboard box system we have developed for a safe transit, or it will be crated and shipped on a freight truck. Our packaging department takes their position very seriously and it shows with our less than 2% damage rate. Should damage occur we will replace the replica as quickly as we can produce a new one.

Installing Your Salmon Mount

Each salmon mount will arrive to you with an easy to hang bracket on the backside of the replica. Hold the salmon up on the wall, mark the spot where the bracket touches the wall, drill in a screw or hammer in a nail and then hang your new salmon mount. The "easy level" bracket will allow you to position the salmon parallel to the ground or pivoted so that the salmon mount is either swimming up your wall or down your wall. The choice is yours!