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Jim Root Fine Art Photography

Weapons on Deck

Weapons on Deck

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The art of battle as an angler, specifically in the realm of catch and release is an intricate balance.  First you must bait your opponent into combat, then you must fight to win - but cautiously enough to release the opponent unharmed.  These particular baits are handmade by a true wizard of the angling world.  He is the first Indonesian to be inducted into the Japanese Hall of Fame as an angler, having created the ultimate bait to chase the world's hardest fighting fish:  the Giant Trevally.  The pursuit of this species alone will break the strongest of men.  Brutal heat, gruelling casts, tremendous currents, and razor sharp coral rocks.  Once you do hook one, the Trevally proves why they're the greatest prize of any angler.  Only the strongest baits will survive one encounter, let alone enough to show their battle scars the way these do.     

Depth And A Silvery Sheen: The Acrylic ultraHD Metallic Print

The pearlescent shimmer of the Fuji Crystal Pearl paper intensifies the radiance of the colors and highlights contrasts. With the ultraHD variant, you will receive the double resolution for your photo.

We use 1/16 in. (2mm) of light, shatterproof acrylic glass to mount your photo print on Fuji Crystal Pearl. The sturdy aluminum Dibond backing provides additional stability. Brilliant acrylic glass adds physical depth to your picture and intensifies the color. Your image will look especially vivid and elegant with a photo print on Fuji Crystal Pearl paper.

Available in custom sizes, inquire for price and format.

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