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Gunther Van Ginneken holds a winter pike caught from his float tube. I believe both Gunther and the pike are smiling!
My pal Jarvis seems a bit confused at what happened to the rest of his fish. One word; SHARK!
David Osterman holds one very nice flounder caugh of the Texas shore line. Great eating tonight!
Gunther Van Ginneken is a far better man than me fishing from his tube in freezing weather. And, he catches some great fish!
Jonathan Wilson is a real pro as evidenced by these stripers from Smith Mountain Lake in Virginia.
Seth Brown shows off just one of his “tournament winning” largemouth bass.
Mike Klofas holds one of two nice 36 and 42″ redfish caught on his G. Loomis GreenWater rods!
Terry Ellwood holds just one of many fish caught “down under” in North Queensland while on a 7 day houseboat fishing trip. Gee, it looks SO warm down there!
Gunther Van Ginneken in full gear ready for action.
Jonathan Wilson holds another nice striper caught in Smith Mountain Lake in Virginia.
Davis Osterman holds a HUGE sea trout. This had to have been a great fight!
Jarvis has his hands full with this beauty from the Maldives. I want to be there in that WARM weather!
Leland Foley holds one nice largemouth caught in 20 degree weather on Kentucky lake in December. You CAN catch nice fish in winter, but Brrrrrr!
Matt Brumwell displays a limit of nice redfish caught on dead shrimp on Big Lake in Cameron, LA on December 13th. It took about 2 hours to catch this nice limit!
Gunther Van Ginneken shows us one of his zander (walleye) caught on that freezing day. Would this be a “frozen fish”?
Terry Ellwood holds another nice fish from his houseboat fishing trip.
One more very nice striper from Jonathan Wilson’s Smith Mountain Lake trip.
I thought this was an appropriate last picture given our current weather. Check the upper right hand corner of Gunther’s fish finder. 2.4 degrees C. What a man!
That’s all, folks! How about your fishing pictures? Send them in to us!
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