Weird Fish Tattoos

tattoo-hook-legIf some fishing tattoos are beautiful, some other can be bizarre, strange, weird, even creepy.

<= for example this hook, tattooed on a leg.

Some other down here :


This curious Darwin fish, on a girl’s thigh

or this strange “troutshark” on a belly

Do you prefer a shark tattooed: on the fist, or under the axilla?

a shark tattood on fist
this gil has a shark tattooed under the arm

A very strange Jesus Zombie Fish ^^

a Jesus zombie tattoo

A shark tattooed on stump after amputation, good idea
shark-tattoo on stump


Very realistic 3d tattoo
Tattoo fishing hook stuck in foot

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