Young pickerel—“most ravenous of fishes,” according to Thoreau—start eating each other when they are scarcely two inches long. They are well known to be a cunning foe of anglers. Add this mid-1860's illustration of a Northern Pickerel to your collection.
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- Paper-Hahnemuhle Archival, heavyweight and thick 240g 100% cellulose, warm white art paper with a smooth matte surface. Perfect for framing.
- Canvas-Gallery wrapped using heavyweight 400g, archival canvas. It's protected with a satin varnish, and stretched around a 1.5 inch pine wood frame, ready to hang. (No exterior frame)