Sport Fishing: Lets see your catch

Discussion in 'Sports' started by 1LIFE2LIVE, Apr 13, 2016.

  1. jawehner1419

    jawehner1419 Adventurer

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    Is that a little action figure? Lol

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  2. David4

    David4 Long timer

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    Yes, carry one along! All fish become trophies.
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  3. jb882

    jb882 13HP of fury.

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    Yep, looks like a black crappie to me. They get plenty big, i have caught some over a foot long.
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  4. BigEasy

    BigEasy Fish Eyed Heathen

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    I'll play

    Here's a couple smallies from Lake Barkley. last summer maybe? Prolly 3.5lbs range I forget

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    Lake Michigan smallie

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    Aaand here's a WTF for you from Lake Michigan

    40 lb Carp...... on a fly rod, on purpose

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    For size reference I'm 6'4" and weigh 200lbs and my hands are large enough to palm a basketball

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  5. MotoBoss

    MotoBoss Old Dog

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    Picking up a new to me Lund Rebel next weekend. Can't wait to get back on the water. Really looking forward to some fall fishing!
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  6. TrailPilgrim

    TrailPilgrim Been here awhile

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    Well the first catch of the season goes to my daughter her first Striped Bass.
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    Which she would not hold LOL.
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    Being a KLR 650 Owner I just added a very important Farkle for fishing the Cape Cod Canal. Now time for Dad to catch a big one.

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  7. StAcKmAcK

    StAcKmAcK Putz

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    It was an epic fight yesterday, I think I tore my bicep, and can't believe the 4lb line held him.
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  8. shrineclown

    shrineclown Board Butcher, Fastener Haberdasher Super Supporter

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    So, I forgot to take pictures again....
    Had at least a 6.5# LMB right to the kayak tonight....flew three times. On his fourth attempt he smashed into the bow of the kayak and got himself free. Not a catch if you don't take the hook out, but it was a pretty nice fish for up nawth heah and I got to see plenty of him. Kid caught a 4# which was pretty nice, he has pics.
    Worst of all, I lost $20 cash in the adventure. That just irks me.
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  9. BigEasy

    BigEasy Fish Eyed Heathen

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    6.5 in Bruins Nation is a great fish. Maybe didn't touch her but still fun:beer
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  10. drrider75

    drrider75 Been here awhile

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    One of many I caught in my bass fishing days. DSC00127.JPG
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  11. drrider75

    drrider75 Been here awhile

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    Another one, I could post these all night but I'll stop here. DSC00543.JPG
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  12. 1LIFE2LIVE

    1LIFE2LIVE Long timer

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  13. shrineclown

    shrineclown Board Butcher, Fastener Haberdasher Super Supporter

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    Have to get kids to send me their pictures. We hooked into some nice ones on vacation. Biggest smallie was 3 lbs and the older boy got an almost 6 lb lmb. I know that is bait in texas, but pretty nice fish for the tundra.
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  14. 1LIFE2LIVE

    1LIFE2LIVE Long timer

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  15. David4

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    Silver Creek, Idaho

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    Loon Creek, River of no Return Wilderness, Idaho
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  16. 1LIFE2LIVE

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  17. wizz

    wizz Up a creek......

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    Trinity river steelhead near willow creek, Ca on the Spey rod. 26".
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  18. 1LIFE2LIVE

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  19. BigEasy

    BigEasy Fish Eyed Heathen

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    Here are a few more from a Colorado trip last month

    Brownie on the Colorado
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    Rainbows on the Yampa, I think the last one was a CutBow but not super colored up

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  20. BigEasy

    BigEasy Fish Eyed Heathen

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    And more from a Canada trip last weekend

    All these guys are in the 32-35" range

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