Gone Fishing pics

Discussion in 'Photos' started by 1Down-5Up, Jun 24, 2012.

  1. alberta bob

    alberta bob Been here awhile

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  2. alberta bob

    alberta bob Been here awhile

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  3. mikefryman

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    Two weeks of fishing from the beach and a public pier. The fish were not worthy of a post, but I wish I had a shot of the manatee that swam under my lines at the dock.
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  4. southforkspeedster

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  5. Thylacine

    Thylacine n00b

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  6. PapaYolk

    PapaYolk happy camper

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  7. Apxgrndr

    Apxgrndr In the snow

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    New fly reel :), wanted a large arbour
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    And first catch with it, it's a great little unit
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  8. PapaYolk

    PapaYolk happy camper

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    Idaho's Governor Batt gifted old duffers with a two pole permit a few years back. Thanks, Phil.

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  9. Lost Rider

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    Fishing with my girl, she caught the big one!
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  10. hawknup

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    Nice Cutt. All the same fish, or more than one? Jon
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  11. hawknup

    hawknup Adventurer

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    I didn't know they grew 'bows like that in Tasmania. Nice one!! What make of bike is that you're riding? Looks like a triumph Tiger.
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  12. ChuckS

    ChuckS Adventurer Wannabe

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    We took the bike to the boat....

    Here's a pic from last week. Fishing for perch, girlfriend landed a nice channel cat. It's the biggest fish she has ever caught.

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  13. Thylacine

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    Sure do, that's only a medium one!!!..... And your right 2010 triumph tiger
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  14. lonewolf97

    lonewolf97 Long timer

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    Ready to go. Fuel cost forced me to park my boat and switch to a more economical way to fish. [​IMG]

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  15. KG6BWS

    KG6BWS Been here awhile

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    Nice. Ive been thinking of something similar to carry a small cooler and my flyrod on my Dakar. Right now I have to break down my rod if Im going to move locations.
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  16. 1Down-5Up

    1Down-5Up Been here awhile

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    I'm used to forums where you set all threads to have an email notification so I didn't realise this thread "popped out of the water". Here's a couple of pics creek fishing in northern Ontario for speckle trout.

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  17. PishPosh

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    Rocket launchers for highway trolling

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  18. Lost Rider

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    I like fishing and riding.. :clap





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  19. Fishenough

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    A very inspiring thread, and thanks for the fish.

    Getting a little excited up here in northern BC. I've bought a bike (DR650), it's still almost 1500 km's away yet I've ordered my Safari tank and packing my fishing gear in order to get out on the lakes come spring. Looking forward to learning to fish the large rivers around me also.

    Been sorting my gear, finding that my Fish Cat packs the smallest of my 'boats', and I still need to get a 4 piece rod. A high quality camera is in order to. Might be on the look out for a small float tube like GISdood has also. Nice ride/fishing reports GISdood!!

    For the last 5 years have been casting on the reservoirs for giant Snakehead, Jungle Perch, and cats, with never enough river fishing, for Mahseer, in Thailand. Yes, many many times I used my wading boots as my riding boots, only during fishing trips of course, not the best protection and killer on shiny tile flooring found in any Thai store.

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    I have GB's of pictures of fish'es, but too few taken with quality camera's. Always have preferred fishing to looking at pictures of fish.

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    I can't wait to get back to this kind of hard work

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    My nickname; what I heard often over 20 plus years married, "haven't you been fishing enough?" Now being single what's to stop me from going fishing...............:freaky
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  20. chinkymo

    chinkymo Beast Rider

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    Best thread ever! Sticky worthy.
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