The fish featured on this site have been created from driftwood which has made its way down miles of river networks in the Sipsey wilderness of North Alabama which culminate in Lewis Smith Lake. Smith lake as it is called by nearby residents is one of the deepest, most pristine lakes in the country. Of the three main fingers that make up the lake, the driftwood has been collected along the banks of Rock Creek, the centermost finger. The wood is then dried and stored until crafted into each fish. Every fish is given a name and a number indicating their number of production. They are assembled using various pneumatic staple guns using nails as large as 3" or as small as 3/8ths of an inch. The staples are shot through super adhesive construction grade glue. Once completed, each fish is then sprayed with up to 6 coats of matte polyurethane clear coating to protect it from the elements.