A mounted ” Fur Bearing Trout” purported to be in the style of a Victorian freak of nature . The plaque reads “Fur Bearing Trout” Caught in 1963 by Curtis Romaine while trolling Lake Michigan near the mouth of the Sheboygan River It is believed that the great depth and extreme penetrating coldness of the water in which these fish live has caused them to grow their dense coat of fur Mounted by Justin Arnold of Milwaukee W1

A mounted ” Fur Bearing Trout” purported to be in the style of a Victorian freak of nature .
The plaque reads
“Fur Bearing Trout”
Caught in 1963 by Curtis Romaine while trolling Lake Michigan near the mouth of the Sheboygan River
It is believed that the great depth and extreme penetrating coldness of the water in which these fish live has caused them to grow their dense coat of fur
Mounted by Justin Arnold of Milwaukee W1
23/03/2015

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