Fishes of the Mid-Atlantic Coast and Chesapeake Bay Regional Fish Poster
Museum-quality poster depict 89 fish species, both common and exotic, found inshore, nearshore, and offshore along the Mid-Atlantic Coast of the United States from Cape Hattaras, North Carolina north to Montauk, New York. Saltwater, brackish, and the most common freshwater species found in the Chesapeake Bay are included. Printed on 80# coated stock using fade-resistant inks and high production values. Illustrations are by artist and aquatic illustrator Diane Peebles of St. Petersburg, Florida. Poster dimensions: 19" x 27". Unframed posters are shipped in a heavy-walled 2" mailing tube. Manufacturer model #: FMPT-145.
Shows 89 fish species from along the Mid-Atlantic Coast of the United States
Printed on 80# coated stock using fade-resistant inks
Features illustrations by Diane Peebles of St. Petersburg, Florida
Web ID: 103602
Rated 5 out of
Beautiful PictureBought this as a birthday gift for my biologist brother who is an avid fisherman & boater in the Chesapeake Bay area. Very nice colours and illustrations stand out on high gloss paper. He said it included almost all of the fish & marine life he encounters in the Chesapeake area.
He framed it using a dark brown smooth wood frame and a deep sea blue backing and it really is a beautiful addition to his collection of Guy Harvey and other marine themed pictures hanging in our "Marlin room."
We would recommend to any fishing or marine wildlife enthusiast.
Am I just missing it or is the poster missing spotted and grey sea trout?
Asked by: CaptnCrawYankee
Thank you for choosing Bass Pro Shops. This poster is missing spotted and grey sea trout. This stunning poster includes 89 fish species, both common and exotic, found inshore, nearshore, and offshore along the Mid-Atlantic Coast of the U.S. from Cape Hatteras, NC north to Montauk, NY. Includes saltwater, brackish, and the most common freshwater species found in Chesapeake Bay and the species selection was done by Dr. Bob Shipp, Professor of Marine Science at University South Alabama.