The Ontario Laker is one of my proudest achievements. This individual was caught as part of an Ontario study examining two separate life history strategies within a single population and classified as large benthic, possessing an exclusively piscivorous diet, large size, and inhabiting deepwater lentic habitat. Its counterpart is the small pelagic, a mostly invertivorous individual inhabiting shallow, open-water habitat.
Archival prints are printed and packaged by the artist in Miles City, Montana, on 11" X 17" lightly textured, heavy weight paper. Prints are packaged in a clear bag with recycled cardboard backing. Signed.