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.
Great picture sent to us from Donny Clark of Pennsylvania. He and his brother-in law Eric caught a couple dozen with the SR842-2 GL2 spinning rod. 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 emal 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!
Kirby King sent us this picture of a 21#, 45″ Northern Pike he caught this year in Northwest Ontario in one of Showalters outposts. It was the strongest pike he had ever caught…it took him an incredible 1 hour and 5 minutes to land! The first run it made after being hooked was about 40 yards! Continued…..
This picture reflects what my line looked like after I caught the fish. As always we had a great time and are looking forward to returning next year.
Bham Wham,a strike and a very strong fish on the line!! Once again a great catch on the cr 721 rod, man it curved like crazy! What came to the surface? A very big monster zander (again) 40 inch.
Deogracios Ngo’s 10 year old son caught this 30lb Barracuda using a Krocodile lure with a trouble hook trolling on the boat at 4 knots, about 1 miles off Carpeteria beach in California. He used his Dad’s heavy duty rod 30 to 50 lbs, with braided 30lbs lineon a spinning reel. We caught 6 that day all about the same weight. Good eating!!
Mike Opperman sent us this pic of this pig caught this spring in a Strip Pit in S.Illinois, 48 degree water on a Swimbait. Awesome catch!
Hank Armstrong says it was Mary who caught this 90lb Halibut in 200 feet at Cooks Inlet. Mt. Iliamna in the background. WOW!
Bob Bolger and his buddy caught all 5 spieces of pacific salmon, rainbow trout, grayling from the Kvichak River in Iguigig, Alaska. The Kvichak River is located at the south end of Lake Illiamna. Great Fish!
Another great picture from our buddy Bob Bolger who caught this nice silver salmon with his G Loomis GL3 9ft, 8 wt rod. Perfect rod for silvers.