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Old 03-30-2012, 08:41 AM
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Out of curiosity, Nick, what font is that? Is it a proprietary one drawn by you or one I can track down online?
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Thanks everyone!

Gator, it's a font called "Bleeding Cowboys". You can download it free online.
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You do the beauty of nature justice for sure. Beautiful.

I spent the early part of my life fishing near a twon called Grayling in Michigan and always wanted to catch one. Logging in the early part of the last century along with no limits on the catch numbers destroyed the graling fishery around Grayling.
a couple years ago O finally got a grayling when out west. It was a dink but that didn't matter a bit. I got one. More came to hand but none as fantastic as that first one. In the thrill of the moment I didn't do the one thing I always wanted to do, sniff a grayling because I heard they smelled like the spice thyme. Hopefully I get another crack at it one day.

Thanks for posting that art. Again, beautiful. You caught the subtle coloring of that fish perfectly.
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