Linville River Brown Trout Fish Replica

Favorably referred to as the “Grand Canyon of North Carolina“, the Linville River is located in the western part of this state and home to some of the most beautiful brown trout in the country.

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The river is easier to fish in its upper part and can be more difficult to fish in its lower part – the gorge. 

Nestled in the heart of Linville is The Eseeola Lodge. Steeped in tradition – this lodge is a mainstay for generations of guests who have fallen in love with this unique mountain resort and the adventures that await them in the surrounding area.

 

Eseeola Lodge_North Carolina_Luke Filmer Blog Story_March 2018  Alan Burchell, Outdoors Program Director at the lodge knew that when guest Chip M. caught a classic Linville River brown trout from his favorite fishing hole – he should consider preserving his memory with a custom fish replica.  Without a photo, Alan contacted Blackwater Fish Replicas to discuss the details of Chip’s brown trout – and came-away confident that Luke Filmer would be able to capture the uniqueness of these North Carolina browns.

The result…a custom Linville River Brown Trout Buck fish replica featured on a custom stream bed wall mount display:

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21″ Custom Linville River Brown Trout replica by fish artist Luke Filmer
Linville River Brown fish mount fish replica Luke Filmer of Blackwater_3
A true masterpiece —you are Michelangelo!” – Chip M., Wilmington, NC

For more information on how to capture your memory of that perfect day on the water, contact Luke Filmer at Blackwater Fish Replicas  360.683.0138 or luke@blackwatertrading.com.

Looking for quiet solitude or the excitement of fly-fishing? You’ll find your “nature-niche” at The Eseeola Lodge. Visit www.eseeola.com for more information. Tell them Luke sent you!

 
 
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