Poured in hand drawn and screen printed heavy base rocks glass jars! Get a candle and a solid glass to use after you burn the candle! After you've enjoyed the heck out of burning your candle, clean it out with warm soapy water and repurpose as a drinking glass.
> A rustic woodsy scent with notes of blue spruce, eucalyptus and cedar.
> 8.6 oz (243g) soy blend candle
> Hand poured in Wyoming, glass printed in the USA
> Phthalate free scents
> Trout pattern is screen printed onto each glass and will last through many washings. Hand washing will prolong the life of the print.
> Each come with matching metal lid.
> Keep wicks trimmed to 1/4" after each burn for best results.
> Print on glass has a 3/4-1" gap but otherwise is printed all the way around the glass.
> 3 1/2 ”(Inches) Height, Top diameter is 3 1/4”(Inches)
ABOUT THE SPECIES:
The Rainbow (Oncorhynchus mykiss) is a trout and species of salmonid native to cold-water tributaries of the Pacific Ocean in Asia and North America. They are native to the Western U.S. and were introduced to Wyoming in the late 1800's.
Rainbow’s are gorgeous fish with colors and patterns that vary widely depending on habitat and age. They are generally identified by a reddish pink stripe running along the sides of the fish, greenish olive backs and silver/gray bellies with black spots on their back and fins.
Record: The Wyoming record for catching a Rainbow was in 1969 in Burnt Lake, Sublette County. The fish weighed 23 lbs and was 35 1/2 inches long.
Some fishing spots for Rainbow: almost anywhere - they prefer cooler waters, both high-mountain lakes and fast-running rivers.