Largemouth Bass Largemouth bass are unarguably the most soft after gamefish in the world. A largemouth bass is actually a black bass and called largemouth because of its giant mouth.Our Largemouth Bass full mounts are anatomically correct fish replicas that are intended to be displayed on the wall. Everything you see while the fish mount is hanging on the wall is painted. The backside of the mount that is touching the wall or not viewable is actually painted black. These two sided wall mounts are not intended to be hung from the ceiling.
All of our two sided Largemouth Bass full mounts are made of fiberglass for a lifetime of enjoyment and are hand crafted to represent the fish you caught or to showcase the fishes alive and lit up look as if it was swimming in the water. If you are purchasing a Largemouth Bass full mount to commemorate a catch, we encourage you to send a picture of your catch. We custom paint our Largemouth Bass full mounts and we even custom paint our eyes to give a realistic look to your new trophy. Our production team even takes the time to notch out rips and tears that your Largemouth Bass might have. Black bass are normally have darker green back coloring with hues of brown and gold in their fins and the dark green back blending into either a white or yellowish gold belly. Often the black bass will have markings that create a horizontal band that runs from gill plate to tail. Like other fish, largemouth bass can have many different variations of coloring. The final step is to clear coat the Largemouth Bass with a UV Protectant Urethane clear coat.
Our packaging team is experienced and completely understand the importance of superior packaging to ensure a damage free transit. In the event that the shipping carrier decides to run over your package with their truck or something catastrophic happens we will instantly replace the damaged mount and please keep in mind all of our fish mounts come with a money back guarantee.
Your new Largemouth Bass mount will arrive to you with an easy to hang bracket on the backside of the replica. Hold the fish mount 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 Largemouth Bass mount. The "easy level" bracket will allow you to position the mount parallel to the ground or pivoted so that the mount is either swimming up your wall or down your wall. The choice is yours!