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Discussion in 'Sports' started by 1LIFE2LIVE, Apr 13, 2016.
Is that a little action figure? Lol
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Yes, carry one along! All fish become trophies.
Yep, looks like a black crappie to me. They get plenty big, i have caught some over a foot long.
Here's a couple smallies from Lake Barkley. last summer maybe? Prolly 3.5lbs range I forget
Lake Michigan smallie
Aaand here's a WTF for you from Lake Michigan
40 lb Carp...... on a fly rod, on purpose
For size reference I'm 6'4" and weigh 200lbs and my hands are large enough to palm a basketball
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!
Well the first catch of the season goes to my daughter her first Striped Bass.
Which she would not hold LOL.
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.
It was an epic fight yesterday, I think I tore my bicep, and can't believe the 4lb line held him.
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.
6.5 in Bruins Nation is a great fish. Maybe didn't touch her but still fun
One of many I caught in my bass fishing days.
Another one, I could post these all night but I'll stop here.
Catching Bass is a Blast
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.
Life is Short, DO More Sport Fishing
Silver Creek, Idaho
Loon Creek, River of no Return Wilderness, Idaho
A W E S O M E
Trinity river steelhead near willow creek, Ca on the Spey rod. 26".
Here are a few more from a Colorado trip last month
Brownie on the Colorado
Rainbows on the Yampa, I think the last one was a CutBow but not super colored up
And more from a Canada trip last weekend
All these guys are in the 32-35" range