Look closely at this picture. This is a redfish feeding explosion caught on camera by David Fields of http://www.fishinexpeditions.com Thanks to Bob Daly for sending us this awesome picture!
Now this is a fish! Russell Sanford holds one huge Murray cod caught recently in Australia using a Daiwa Steez STZ601MFBA rod and obviously lots of effort. Well done, Russell!
John Carton shows off a good lookin’ largemouth caught recently. Beautiful fish!
One of Gary Nesemeier’s fishing buddies shows off one nice largemouth caught earlier this month in Lake Fork, Texas. This lake just keeps getting better and better as attested by Gary’s group catching 195 fish in 3 days!
You would think this was a promo picture for our OutCast Float Tubes, but it is nothing more than our friend Gunther Van Ginneken showing off a monster zander (walleye) recently caught in his favorite reservoir in Belgium. Amazing!
Colman Nyuha didn’t have many details, but sent us this picture of a huge marlin recently caught by one of his friends in Hawaii on (get this) Friday the 13th! Somebody sure had some very good luck!
This monster striper was caught by our friend Bob Tartaglia using a Shimano Terez rod coupled to a Shimano Saragosa spinning reel with a River To Sea Wide Glide floating lure on the end. Bob says this was a Father’s Day fish. Maybe our kids can get us one like this next year!
Anyone who thinks Venice, Louisiana isnâ€™t the redfish capital of the world should think again. Erwin Brown (r), Gerry Mueller (l), and Dale Rothstein (center) quickly dispel any thoughts otherwise. 3 fishermen, 55 monster reds landed, over 30 hooked but got away during their 3 day trip June 11-13, 2011. Thanks to Bob Daly and Capt. Keith Kennedy (Born to fish Charters) for this great picture!
Now here’s a fish that demonstrates you don’t have to be on a “name” lake to catch bigguns’! Dennis Van Meenen caught this 20 ¼” largemouth in a northern Illinois gravel pit using a G. Loomis SJR843 rod with a Shimano Stella 4000F spinning reel with a Gary Yamamoto Wacky Style Senko on the end. Bravo, Dennis!
It isn’t very often you get to peek into someone’s private home, but our friend Bob Daly sent this picture showing what is just one of many areas of his house literally covered wall-to-wall with fishing mounts, pictures, and memorabilia. To say we’re a little jealous is a serious understatement. Bob, you’re our hero!
Every so often we get a picture of a fish that, for want of a better adjective, is scary. Ahmad Norzamzi Borhan holds a 15 lb plus Tomman recently caught in Malaysia that would qualify for this distinction. Ahmad’s a better man than us! Well done!
Anyone out there who thinks ladies can’t fish need only look at this picture of Mary Armstrong to dispel that idea. This 9 lb + largemouth came out of Lake El Salto near Sinaloa, Mexico recently. Mary was using a G. Loomis BCR803 GLX rod with a Shimano Calais 200DC reel with an 8 inch Zoom Black Sapphire Lizard on the end. Mary’s husband Hank knew she was good and now their guide Carlos is also a believer!
Being Father’s Day Bob Tartaglia’s son decided to take Dad on a little fishing trip. He started the trip showing dad how it’s done as evidenced by this nice 4 ½ lb black sea bass caught using a Shimano Terez rod with a Shimano Lucanus jig on the end. Happy Father’s Day, Bob!
Here’s another picture of Erwin, Gerry, and Dale from their 3 day Venice, Louisiana redfish trip. Why are these men smiling?
If there’s ever any doubt about Lake Fork, Texas’ bass or how pretty they are then this picture of Gary Nesemeier holding an example should dispel that. Simply beautiful fish!
Here’s a great picture of Hank and Mary Armstrong with their guide Carlos taken recently on their trip to Lake El Salto near Sinaloa, Mexico Hank says that Angler’s Inn is highly recommended for fishing, guides, and cuisine http://www.anglersinn.com
Our friend Anders Lundgren sent us this absolutely wonderful picture from one of his earlier fishing trips in Norway. Just doesn’t get much better than this!
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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