Coming up with gift ideas for guys who love fishing can be a nightmare for many reasons. First and foremost, guys who love fishing just go out and buy any new fishing gear if they need it. Trying to predict what fishing gear or accessories they might want as a gift can be an impossible task so that’s why buying fishing-adjacent gifts like this 1936 Big Game Fish Map is always a great idea.
This 1936 Big Game Fish Map is of the highest quality and at 24″ x 24″ it’s perfect for having framed and displaying in an office, man cave, tackle room, or elsewhere in the house.
Author Joe Godfrey Jr. and illustrator Gordon Ertz came up with this 1936 Big Game Fish Map as an ingenious way to get anglers in the USA back then to start fishing around the country in new locales. It’s not as if everyone in America always knew Florida was the saltwater fishing capital of the USA or that Montana and surrounding areas were the trout capitals. Most fishing lovers were just fishing in the lakes, streams, and rivers around them without branching out. Then came this map!
1936 Big Game Fish Map Is A Perfect Gift For Guys Who Love Fishing
Full details include:
- Vintage hand-drawn pictorial map with illustrations of fish local to areas in and around the USA
- Printed on archival, museum-quality paper using a 12-color giclée printer and archival inks that never fade
- Certified to last 100 years
- Unframed 24” x 24” print
- Printed in California
- 100% cotton, heavyweight 21.5 mil museum-quality paper
- Archival inks
- OBA-Free and Acid-Free
This vintage Fish Map is currently available for purchase on Huckberry where it’s retailing for $59. It’s incredibly high-quality so I do suggest getting it framed for display but if you’ve got a corkboard wall it could be cool to display it with tacks. Just hit that ‘shop’ button below or above to pick it up today!
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