23" Stainless steel Salmon Garden Garden Sculpture $75.00 5 Reviews View Details Quantity Buy Add this product to your wishlist product.share_this_product 23" Stainless steel Salmon Garden Garden Sculpture 23" Stainless steel Salmon Garden Garden Sculpture 23" Stainless steel Salmon Garden Garden Sculpture 23" Stainless steel Salmon Garden Garden Sculpture User Reviews Reviews Leave a review Salmon Posted by Marilyn Gave these as a gift to my brother in Kirkland, WA. He loved them. I have many of Tyson's other fish including some stainless trout. I always get great reviews from guests. GREAT!!!! Posted by Heather Beautiful salmon :) looks great Posted by dennis kelley Perfect size to stand out. Looks great in my garden. These are perfect!! Posted by tom timko As a Salmon/Steelhead angler, I'm always on the lookout for different items with a Salmon/ Steelhead theme...these two Stainless Steel salmon fit the bill to a 'T'.....they will definitely add a unique touch to my yard Perfect gift! Posted by undefined These were the perfect gift for a hard to buy for friend! I purchased 3 salmon for her lake side garden. They are striking! Thank you so much. P.S. I am adding to her"school" of salmon by 3 for her wall! Rating Choose a rating... 1 Star 2 Stars 3 Stars 4 Stars 5 Stars Name required Email Address required Subject required Comments required STAINLESS-STEEL GARDEN FISH The sight of our stainless-steel garden fish — bass, salmon and mackerel — “swimming” among garden greens, flowers, shrubs and trees will bring a smile to the face of any visitor. Their neutral reflective surface provides an ideal contrast with leafy garden greenery, and they’ll continue to enchant and amuse for a lifetime because they are virtually indestructible. They won’t rust and are not affected by cold or heat. Looking for a custom shape? Simply bend their bodies by pressing them over a firm, rounded surface. The illusion of movement seems to grow stronger if you place them in a school of three or more. To install, simply press their mounting rods into the ground. Vary positions occasionally to keep viewers guessing where the fish will swim next!