Our pal Stevie shows of just one of many nice crappie he caught on a recent outing on Kentucky Lake. Stevie says he ate well this trip!
Yes, we know this picture is a bit fuzzy, but we had to include it as the Lapiana brothers were damn proud of this catch. And they should be! Well done, guys.
Thanks to Bob Daly we have this great picture of future Hall of Fame pitcher Chris Carpenter with a beautiful golden dorado caught on a recent trip to La Zona in Argentina. Looks like Chris is now a catcher (OK, we know that’s a moaner…)
Best pal Steve Flinders shows off some of the nice bass he caught recently when fishing a private lake here in southern Indiana. Who says winter fishing is tough?
Talk about a good day fishing! Denny Beavin shows off a 23″ 6 lb 2 oz largemouth and a 21″ 5 lb 1 oz largemouth, both caught on a private lake in southern Indiana. And to think we travel hours for fish like this!
Our friend Kamal Al Sultan sends us this picture of a long tail tuna recently caught off Kuwait. We’re guessing this will end feeding a BIG family!
Gary Clark shows off a very nice redfish caught recently off Venice, Louisiana on Captain Keith Kennedy’s boat. Gary says winter fishing for reds is fantastic. Picture is proof!
Roy Halladay, future Hall of Fame pitcher, shows his pleasure after catching a monster golden dorado at La Zona in Argentina. Thanks to Bob Daly for this wonderful shot!
Talk about an unusual and beautiful fish! Roger Reinhart caught this African cichlid species fish while fishing in the north end of the Florida Everglades. Roger says these fish were introduced from someone’s aquarium. Great fighter and very tasty!
This beautiful gag grouper was caught by Tommy Burris in 300 ft of water while fishing off the east side of Florida. Great catch, Tommy!
Please, folks, send us some of your pictures. We’re not after trophies, just pictures of fish you’re proud of. It’s easy. Just attached them to an email and send them to us at [email protected] and we’ll do our best to get them in the newsletter. Send them in to us!
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