Prints

“Let Them Go, Let Them Grow”

Canvas Print Series

This series was launched on January 24, 2017. Each month, a new print will be released and available for purchase in 2 sizes. 10% of proceeds will be donated to the Ontario Federation of Anglers & Hunters. Prices are in Canadian dollars and include shipping to anywhere in Canada or the United States. Please use the contact form below to order a print or inquire. Please note that the ‘SheLovesToFish.com’ text will not be present on prints. Thank you for your support!

Prints are .75″ thick on a wooden frame and come in the following sizes:

20″ x 16″ – $125.00

40″ x 30″ – $150.00

January Image – Smallmouth Bass Release

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About this photo: This image was taken in the Ottawa Valley region in early September 2014. Although I have many release shots of various species taken over the years, this image is my favourite.This beautiful smallmouth was so brilliantly coloured, I’m still in awe. I caught this fish while sharing the day aboard my old boat, Ruby, with a couple friends.  The pectoral fin poking out of the water looks as if this smallmouth is waving goodbye before swimming off. “Let them go, let them grow”.

February Image – Personal Best Black Crappie

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About this photo: This image was taken in the Ottawa Valley region in April 2016. I spotted this crappie while shore fishing as it was holding on a submerged stump. This fish got my heart pumping like no panfish ever has, and I just had to get a shot at catching it. It took some time for me to work this fish into a bite and it is the first panfish to ever give me the shakes once I landed it! It measured at nearly 14-inches long! I wrote about this experience in my Kingston Whig Standard column here. It is always rewarding releasing any fish, but this one holds a special memory. Such a gorgeous fish!

Check back soon for next months print or message me to inquire about any of my other images you’d like printed on canvas.


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