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Fluke

Fluke

Print Dimensions Width Height
Fish 15" 7"
Overall Print 17" 11"
Fluke

This premium quality, signed, limited edition print is available for purchase below.
Prints shipped in sleeves with white acid free backing board.
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Fluke

Print Only
on cream colored paper
no deckled edge

$45

SU-14 Fluke

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Smaller Print Only
8 1/2" x 11"
on cream colored paper
no deckled edge

$25

SU-14s Fluke


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The Fluke Story

One evening Jack got an offer from his son Kevin, daughter-in-law Kate and grandson Thomas to join them on an evening fishing trip. They were going to fish the Mystic river near Noank Ct for Hickery Shad.

To catch these fish they would be using small ľ oz lead headed jigs. This evening, the fish were everywhere and Ö in such numbers that you could expect a strike on every cast. They were catching and releasing fish right and left. As they drifted along, they came to the drop off into the river channel. Kate made a cast into the channel and paused as her lure sank into the deeper water. As she was retrieving her lure up over the edge of the drop-off, she got a strike. She knew that she had hooked onto something big. It was just not coming in. It was on the bottom and seemed to want to stay there. After quite a fight, she managed to bring it to the surface where they saw it was a nice 18Ē Fluke. They grabbed the net and brought the fish aboard. As they were admiring this unexpected fish, Thomas, aged 7 said Gramp, thatís a nice one, why donít you keep it to make a rubbing of it. The fish was placed in the cooler for the trip home and later that evening Jack and wife Joan made several rubbings of it. They came out very nice as you can see. After cleaning up and washing the ink off the fish, Jack cleaned it and had it for fish and chips the next day.

And thatís the story of the Fluke.