Laser Carved Wood Cremation Urn - Walleye Fish (Made in USA)

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Made to order in 3-5 business days. Ground shipping time varies by destination; usually 5-7 business days. Contact us for rush shipping.

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The "Walleye Fish" Laser Carved Wood Cremation Urn features a fisherman in his boat, battling in a trophy walleye fish from the rippling stream. This wooden urn is crafted in the USA from solid wood and laser engraved with gorgeous fishing scene, perfect for the avid fisherman who loved the outdoors. The laser carved scene is artfully rendered with vibrant action of a walleye fish caught on the line while the boat sails smoothly down the river. Combining premium craftsmanship with a simple, natural design, this is an elegant tribute for your beloved fishing enthusiast at an affordable price.

Your choice of white maple (as pictured), mahogany or natural cherry wood. Our laser carved wooden fishing urns are custom made to order in the USA for your loved one within 3-5 business days.


  • Made in the USA
  • Premium solid wood
  • Choose natural cherry, dark mahogany, or white maple
  • Laser carved "Walleye Fishing" scene
  • Custom engraved inscription available
  • Standard adult urn size
  • 200 cubic inch interior capacity
  • 10 1/2" long x 6 1/4" wide x 7 1/4" high
  • Bottom opening base attaches with screws
  • Also available in companion urn size:
    • 400 cubic inch capacity
    • Sized to hold the remains of two adults
    • 12" long x 8 1/2" wide x 8 1/2" high
    • Select options above

Shipping & delivery

  • This wooden urn is made to order within 3-5 business days
  • Free standard ground shipping is included
  • Time in transit varies by destination; generally 5-7 business days
  • Expedited shipping can be arranged: Contact us at 877-900-5309


  • Here is a video of our "laser carved" urn series in Cherry wood, depicting a different scene:

Opening & filling the urn

  • Note: If you're not comfortable filling the cremation urn, you can usually ask your funeral director to transfer the remains for you
  1. Turn the urn upside-down
  2. The bottom panel is attached by four screws; using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the screws
  3. Remove the base panel, noting the orientation so that you can put it back the same way
  4. The interior of the wood urn is open; this is where the remains will go
  5. Remove the plastic bag of cremated remains from the "temporary" urn you received from the crematorium
  6. Place the entire plastic bag of remains into the wood urn
  7. Re-attach the base panel using the screws you removed
  8. No need for sealant; the plastic bag will ensure the remains are secure
  9. Flip the urn right-side-up and you're done!