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Fish Statues (page 5)

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Giant Fish [gone]
Candor, NY
Giant Fish
Port Isabel, TX
Giant Fish
St. Germain, WI
The Giant Fish at Fish Haven Farm sign appearsed to have wooden fins and some sort of fabric or vinyl body. These photos are from 2010. The Fish was in better shape back in 2005. It was gone by 2018.

The Giant Fish in Port Isabel has been installed on a pole in the water next to the fishing pier since at least 2007. [map]

The Giant Fish in St. Germain hangs at the entrance to town next to Chief St. Germain. [map]

Giant Swordfish
Port Isabel, TX
Giant Swordfish
San Francisco, CA
The Giant Swordfish in Port Isabel is installed in front of the R&R Hi-Way Bait Stand. It has been there since at least 2007. [map]

The Giant Swordfish in San Francisco was installed over the entrance of Gigi's Sotto Mare Oysteria and Seafood Restaurant around 2012. This photo is from 2014. [map]

Sandy's Seafoods Market
Seattle, WA

2008:

2015:
The fish on the roof of Sandy's Seafoods Market has been there since the 1950s. The fish's jaw originally moved up and down. By 2014, it had been wired shut. [map]

Giant Fish [gone]
Grand River, OH
Giant Salmon
Portland, OR
The Giant Fish in Grand River was located at Pickle Bill's restaurant when this photo was taken in 2009. It was located near the entrance but it appears to be gone now. [photo thanks Mark Comstock]

This Giant Salmon sculpture in Portland is known as "Transcendence". It was created by Keith Jellum in 1998. It is located on the corner of Salmon St., above the Southpark Seafood restaurant. The sculpture is 11 feet long and made of bronze. [map]

Giant Salmon [gone]
Tacoma, WA
Giant Salmon
Tacoma, WA
Giant Salmon
Tacoma, WA
This first Giant Salmon shown above was located in a fountain downtown when this photo was taken in 2008. By 2011, the fountain was still there but the Salmon was gone. It was one of at least five salmon sculptures installed around town in 2001 for the Soul Salmon project.

The second Giant Salmon shown above was also part of the Soul Salmon project. It is located in a fountain downtown.

The third Giant Salmon shown above was also part of the Soul Salmon project. It is still located at the fire station. This fish is named "Sparkee." The spots are a reference to the traditional fire department mascot, the Dalmatian. [map]

For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.

Giant Salmon
Olympia, WA
These Giant Salmon are part of the group of ten fiberglass salmon sculptures created for the Olympia Salmon Run Public Art Project. The sculptures were produced by local artists. Each sculpture is about eight feet long. They were originally located outside at the Olympia Farmer's Market. They are now displayed inside Olympia Center. For more, see this website. [map]

Giant Salmon
Woodside, CA
This Giant Salmon, aka "Woody", was supposedly carved by Enoch Kadashan in the early 1900s from a redwood log. According to another source, it was carved in 1974 as "Indomitable" and was originally located at the Prairie Creek Fish Hatchery in Orick, CA. For more, see this website. [map]

Giant Fish
Klamath, CA
This Giant Fish is located in front of the Woodland Villa Cabins. It appears to be a salmon, carved from a redwood tree. The fish has been there since at least 1991. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

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