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28" Wood Carved Largemouth Bass 242 viewsJim started doing abstract wood art using only red cedar root materials. Today he uses only the finest of woods that are native to the south. Cypress, cedar, southern yellow pine are his choices. He purchases rough sawn wood beams at a local mill or sometimes even goes to one of his local lumber yard to find unique large size beams and lumber.
Jim, can carve most salt and fresh water fish species. He also carves aquatic water fowl such as herons, egrets and pelicans.



James Knuckles Send PMJan 24, 2011
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46" Blue Heron32 viewsJim started doing abstract wood art using only red cedar root materials. Today he uses only the finest of woods that are native to the south. Cypress, cedar, southern yellow pine are his choices. He purchases rough sawn wood beams at a local mill or sometimes even goes to one of his local lumber yard to find unique large size beams and lumber.
Jim, can carve most salt and fresh water fish species. He also carves aquatic water fowl such as herons, egrets and pelicans.



James Knuckles Send PMJan 24, 2011
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49" Sailfish30 viewsJim started doing abstract wood art using only red cedar root materials. Today he uses only the finest of woods that are native to the south. Cypress, cedar, southern yellow pine are his choices. He purchases rough sawn wood beams at a local mill or sometimes even goes to one of his local lumber yard to find unique large size beams and lumber.
Jim, can carve most salt and fresh water fish species. He also carves aquatic water fowl such as herons, egrets and pelicans.



James Knuckles Send PMJan 24, 2011
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28" Wood Carved Walleye28 viewsJim started doing abstract wood art using only red cedar root materials. Today he uses only the finest of woods that are native to the south. Cypress, cedar, southern yellow pine are his choices. He purchases rough sawn wood beams at a local mill or sometimes even goes to one of his local lumber yard to find unique large size beams and lumber.
Jim, can carve most salt and fresh water fish species. He also carves aquatic water fowl such as herons, egrets and pelicans.



James Knuckles Send PMJan 24, 2011

 
   
   

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