As you may have noticed, James Prosek seems to enjoy painting several of his variety of trout in their juvenile garments. Losing your parr marks must be like shedding the jacket of immaturity for many fish. Though, like humans, I bet they still make poor decisions time after time, even after puberty.
The Sheepheaven Redband Trout: a Redband trout (one of the Rainbow variety).
And now, a look at the Painting Through Prosek portfolio. Below isn’t pictured the Brook Trout (that went to Owl Jones) and a brown trout painting that went to my Dad.
You can also see the redfish tail in there. That is the second attempt at a redfish.
The first went to a good friend for her birthday.