PICTURES from the BRAGGIN’ BOARD
PLEASE Send us some recent pictures! Kids, Wives, Girlfriends, Mom, or Dad, we love them all! Just attach them to an e-mail with a short explanation to [email protected] and we’ll make sure they are posted on the “Braggin’ Board”. We will also try to get them in our newsletter.
Grandpa Nick Grimaldi was one proud grandpa when granddaughter Isabella caught her first fish. Nick traveled to Tennessee from New York for Thanksgiving and we’re guessing this day-after-Thanksgiving catch was one of the best memories of that visit!
Thanks to Craig Stewart we have this picture of Andy Mead holding an amazing 65 lb Cobia (black kingfish) caught recently off Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia. It took Andy 40 minutes to land this trophy. Bravo, Andy!
You know, there are some gorgeous fish in the world and then there are some…, well not so gorgeous fish. Bob Daly’s alligator gar from Thailand will most likely fall in the “not so gorgeous” category, but we’re guessing this was a fun fight!
We’re thinking Rex Racer’s smile pretty much it all in this picture. And why not, given this 32 lb freshwater striper he caught in California using swimbaits and the new Power Pro Super Slick braid. Way to go Rex!
Now this is truly a classic shot. Grzegorz Borowski of Poland sends us that great shot of a golden dorado hooked in a stream in Bolivia recently. These fish are world class fighters, and on a fly rod had to have been the thrill of a lifetime. Bravo, Grzegorz!
You don’t see two 6+ lb smallies every day, but we’re thankful that Ken Jensen shared these marvelous fish with all of us. What a trophy to come out of the Bay of Quinte on Lake Ontario. Better yet, Ken also landed a 6 lb 4 oz smallie as well!
We always get excited when we receive a picture of a youngster’s first fish, so Dan McRorie son Liam’s first fish was very much appreciated. Dan says this rainbow trout was released at Liam’s request to “let it go, Daddy”. You can’t start them out any better than that. A big “well done” to both Dan and Liam!
Hey, it’s the Christmas season so we got this picture of Santa with a nice 25 lb large mouth nannygai. Well, actually it’s Craig Stewart, but what they hey, it IS almost Christmas! Craig says the fish was caught 28 miles off the coast of Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia on 20 lb braid on a medium sized thread line outfit. Merry Christmas to ALL!
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!