Not Much this issue! PLEASE Send us some recent pictures! 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.
Austin Svec shows of a beautiful largemouth from Dale Hollow Lake. Great fish, enthusiastic fisherman, and wonderful lake to fish in. It doesn’t get any better!
Stephen Ward says this was his very first barramundi, caught at Lake Monduran in Queesnland, Australia. Taken on a top water frog, this 40″, 55lb+ fish managed to do three wraps around a treel before Stephen could get him in. But he landed this monster. Well done, Stephan!
George Horvath sends us this spectacular picture from Australia of a big tusky. What a gorgeous fish! Great picture, George. Thanks!
Our very own pro Seth Brown shows of a nice “keeper” caught during a recent FLW Tournament. Seth did great thanks to this big guy.
Ezequiel Fontana shows us that fishing around Buenos Aires, Argentina can be very good. We believe this is a bagre, and a nice one at that!
Now how’s this for a NICE BASS? Sean Blucher says he “starts” at 10lb fish using his G. Loomis flipping stick. Even in January it’s warm where he is. Nice!
George Horvath shows off two good looking barramundi. These are the perfect eating size as far as we’re concerned. Yum yum!
RD Holland says this 8lb 2 oz largemouth was just one of two big bass caught on Lake Gunthersville, Alabama using a 7’6″ crankbait rod and rattle traps. This was only a week ago, so take note!
Once again Dan McRorie shows us how it’s done. Nice bluefin tuna caught off Rottnest Island in Australia. Perfect sushimi, anyone?
Speaking of good eating, Ezequiel Fontana holds at least 2 meals worth of scrumpious corvina. Makes the world’s best ceviche!
Paul Svec holds a trophy sized smallmouth out of Dale Hollow Lake. We have got to go fish there this year!
George Horvath sure catches some colorful fish. This he describes as a trout. We’d call it an attention getter!
Our pro Adam Daywalt’s tournament partner shows how it’s done on Kentucky Lake. Unfortunately this buig guy was caught pre-fishing BEFORE tournament. They still finished 16 out of 100. Good show!
We just had to include another picture of Gunther van Ginneken’s MONSTER zander (walleye). This is a lifetime dream for most of us walleye guys. Amazing, amazing, amazing!
That’s all, folks! How about your fishing pictures? Send them in to us!
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