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.
Chris Rummel says this nice looking smallie was caught on Vancouver Island around Victoria, British Columbia. We like Chris’ float tube outfit that Chris says only lacks a scale to weigh fish like this!
OK, perhaps a little self indulgence on our part, but we’re sure proud that BASSIN USA points champion Tyler Ziedrich sent us this picture of himself and his friend with some well deserved awards. We think it had to do with the shirt!
Here’s proof of Kris Effinger and Scott Bateman’s 12th place finish in the recent USA BASSIN regional tournament at Patoka lake September 18, 2011. A very nice 14.53 lb bag that anyone would be proud of on this “tough to fish” local lake!
Talk about a great way to break in a new rod! Peter Snatersen of the Netherlands did just that with this huge pike using his brand new G.Loomis SWBR904C swimbait rod. Peter, all of us here at American Legacy are so jealous! Well done!
Ah, the great joy of a double header! Here’s Kamal Al Sultan with two great fish from Kuwait he caught recently. We’re guessing these will end up on the dinner table!
Not only does Kamal Al Sultan catch fish with uncanny regularity, but he’s a heck of a cook as well. Looking at this picture makes all of us hungry!
We see that Gunther Van Ginneken is still wrestling those monster catfish from his float tube in Belgium as proven by this wonderful picture. We say well done and special kudos to his wife who does his laundry! (just kidding, G-man)
Clanc Carter sends us this picture of fishing pals Hugh, Adam, Todd and Ron after what is obviously a super successful opening day on the water. Good eating gag and red grouper for all. Now if we can just figure out how to get Clanc in the picture! Bravo to all!
Bob Sutton sent us this picture of his two favorite fishing pals. Amy (on the left) and Cassie seem to be ready for some fishing. Now all they need is their guide, Bob!
After swimming, retrieving and fishing at Lake George, Cassie, who is 11 1/2 yrs old, did some serious snoozing on her trip back to New Jersey. Thanks to Bob Sutton for this wonderful picture. And thanks to Cassie for posing!
Tyler Kiehl found some fantastic barracuda fishing from a half-day boat recently in Southern California. Tyler shows off one of many caught that day which, by the way, produced a non-stop bite according to dad Bill. Excellent!
Our friend Bill Kiehl (middle) says the trout in Rock Creek Lake in California were definitely “on the bite”. This picture shows Bill along with two of his friends with a nice mess of the great-eating fish. Yum, yum guys!
Lake Hopatcong in New Jersey was the place where Bob Sutton caught this very respectable 3 1/2 lb largemouth recently. No doubt he had some help from Cassie and Amy!
OK, we know this isn’t exactly a “fishing” picture, but devout fisherman Gordon Wibbens says all these guys were taking a break from “fishing” in the “pond” behind them. Gordon’s daughter Kristina’s labs, back row, Cheyenne, Dakota (mom) and TaTonka. Son Nick’s lab, Duke (father), is laying in the front. Our big question is how did Gordon get all 4 to hold still for this great picture!
Our good friend and Sunline rep John Gillman sent us this picture of some awesome smallies taken in Saginaw Bay. John says it really is special on the Bay this time of year. John caught 30-40 Smallies in the 5 to 5.5 lb range in 2 hours and says no one fishes them here because of the walleyes. Now we’re betting all that may change with us including this picture!
Wow, our young fisherman Mitchell Lupcke has done it again. This amazing 5 1/2 lb smallie was caught in Saginaw Bay (Michigan) just last week. Mitchell’s uncle John Gillman was providing guide service so Mitchell could focus on big fish such as this beauty!
This beautiful musky was caught by Gary Nesemeier’s son-in-law Thom Foster at New Mill Lake in Illinois on October 2, 2011. Gary and Thom were fishing for Bass when this monster grabbed his KVD 2.5″ crank bait. Who says fishing isn’t full of surprises?!
In our “fishing dogs” category one of our customers sent us this picture that he found on the internet. We thought everyone would enjoy seeing this as it sure confirms our belief of “isn’t nature wonderful”!
Here’s another “isn’t nature wonderful” shot. Does it get any better than dogs and fish? Yes, dolphins and dogs!
Coming in from a hard day’s fishing to such a beautiful shoreline scene is really something special. Thanks to Gunther Van Ginneken for sending us this great shot.
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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