Fishin Pics

farley27 Dec 20, 2011

  1. farley27

    farley27 Test Drive Founding Member

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    Post em up!

    Here's a few

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  2. Macland

    Macland Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    Around Creede, CO

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  3. Roadwarrior

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    This is my roommate and one of his large fish. We were catching this size stuff in this hole that we found. but this is one of the largest fish that we caught.
     
  4. TomsRedX

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  5. farley27

    farley27 Test Drive Founding Member

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    Now thats a NICE smallie!!! We gotta go fishing this spring!
     
  6. TomsRedX

    TomsRedX Bought an X Founding Member

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    Thanks, I caught another almost identical to that one the next day. Yeah I'm ready to fish.
     
  7. civicjoe

    civicjoe lone wolf mod Super Moderator Founding Member

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    dang I know i have a fishing photos from like 2 years ago back when i lived next to the water. But i can find them ugh!
     
  8. coatimundi01

    coatimundi01 Bought an X Founding Member

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  9. AbuseTheElderly

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    Look, they are cooking the fish with a lighter! Now THAT is roughing it!
     
  10. AaronsX

    AaronsX Suspension Lift Founding Member

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    A small trigger fish
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    Flounder off the florida coast I caught
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    Biggest salt cat that night 6lbs
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    This is just funny, by far the smaller fish Ive ever caught....2oz.
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  11. NMTerras

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    Locations: Chama River, Little pond which shall remain nameless, Earl Park Lake, San Juan River, Lower San Juan River, Canyon Creek
     
  12. Blaze

    Blaze Test Drive

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    The fishing in Colorado isn't all that great for a SE Texas boy like myself. Unless you like trout (which I don't :meh:). I don't mind catching them, just don't really eat them too much. Here are a few pics I have from some fish I caught around the state.

    The 19" 3.5 Wiper I caught last summer. Caught it from 5 ft off the bank cranking a Kastmaster Lure.

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    A Rainbow I caught in Monument Lake.
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    A mess of Catfish I caught several years ago.
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    Hope to do more fishing this year. Had a boat last year, but sold it because I needed the money worse. Maybe I can get another one later this year.
     
  13. Macland

    Macland Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    I love trout fishing! I'll take river fishing over lake fishing any day of the week.
     
  14. NMTerras

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    ANY fishing beats most anything else...but a trout taken on a dry fly in a stream is hard to beat!
     
  15. Macland

    Macland Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    I don't like fish so I'm a catch and release fisher unless I'm with someone who eats them, which I usually am. I guess I may feel differently if I ate fish.
     
  16. KChurch86

    KChurch86 Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    I gotta get out there and fish more often...when I was in my last 3 or 4 years of high school, I'd go every night of the week during the summer months off. Then 2004 hit, I graduated and got a job, and didn't have as much time. I think since 2004 I've only gone fishing maybe a dozen times :( and only caught dinky little fish...perch, bluegill, and pumpkin seed mostly.

    I wish the waters around here were cleaner, I wouldn't eat anything that came out of the local rivers :( but I do love trout and catfish!

    Nice catches everyone!
     
  17. tommyboy

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    Man I would love to learn how to fly fish. There is a place near my grandpa called the Roaring River. There is a big trout farm there and they stock the river. It is a really cool place.
     
  18. coatimundi01

    coatimundi01 Bought an X Founding Member

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    NMTerras, where did you find my Hurley hat? lol!

    I have the exact one and it's been lost for a while now... It's around my house somewhere probably!

    Oh, and sweet trout dude!
     
  19. dhyde79

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    I'll chime in with some from an offshore trip with the father in law, wife, and step brother in law for my birthday last year.

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    if memory serves correctly, this was the first of my two king mackerel I caught

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    he was a fighter, and tasted pretty good too ;)

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    angels, rainbow runner, and a pair of king mackerel, a couple of strange sub-varieties of snapper...
    the phone that you see there under the mackerel is my blackberry storm2, with otterbox defender series case. I put it there for size reference. the phone is as long as a 12oz beer can, which, we may or may not have had a few whilst seeking some deep water tasty dinner.

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    some more of the haul, pretty nice sized snappers too...(and they taste fantastic)
     
  20. NMTerras

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    LOL - I stole that hat from a buddy of mine years ago, and claimed it as a good luck fishing hat! I actually lost it for more than a year, and then found it buried under crap in the back of the X. HA!
     
  21. NMTerras

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    Yeah, I don't eat much of what I catch here, there are high mercury levels in this state. Every once in a while I'll cook and eat one streamside, but that's about it.
     
  22. NMTerras

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    Visiting my daughter in boulder, decided to throw a dry in boulder creek 20 yards from her apartment door...she has no idea what a great place she has!
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  23. Xtacular

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    Fishing some native Rainbows on a property my employer owns
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    Golden trout
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    Cutthroat
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  24. tommyboy

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    Man I would love to... to have time to... learn how to trout fish.


    Great pics guys!
     
  25. Roadwarrior

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    I see your tiny fish and raise you a smaller fish

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  26. coatimundi01

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    How about a tiny catfish...

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  27. Roadwarrior

    Roadwarrior Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    I love that you put it on a scale

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  28. AaronsX

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    I can play this game :D I caught this one last fall break in florida. Baby Blue Gill!
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  29. coatimundi01

    coatimundi01 Bought an X Founding Member

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    Here's an old one that I never put up. This is from a little pond right in Tucson that is heavily fished, so any bass you catch is a good one, let alone anything with size...
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    And here's a few from a trip to Arivaca Lake last month.
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    Later in the day I ended up catching a bullfrog, on my frog!
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    Sean, notice the hat!
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  30. NMTerras

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    ^^^you found it! Nice!
     
  31. NMTerras

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    Muskie! Hurley hat, ben...[​IMG]


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  32. Cameron23

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  33. coatimundi01

    coatimundi01 Bought an X Founding Member

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    Took my oldest son, Lee, fishing for the first couple of times last month! We skipped over the Spider-Man push buttons and went straight to a 4'6" quantum ultralight, lol! There's no prouder moment for a dad!

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    The big one!
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    Then we took a trip to the mountains and did some trout fishing!
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    Reeling another one in!
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    The next morning
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    He tried to take a couple pics with my canon, so these are all I have of my first cutthroats. Three 16 inchers within 45 mins of each other!
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    Olive oil, fresh squeezed lemon juice, 2 cloves of garlic, fresh basil, salt, pepper, and 2 nice trout!
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    Foil on the grill and go to town!
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  34. drbandkgb

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    That is AWESOMe man...
     
  35. KChurch86

    KChurch86 Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    ^Agreed! There aren't many streams around here with trout left in 'em, and I'd never eat anything out of the rivers up here. Too dirty :( Those last pics made me damn hungry too, looks real good.

    Great pics, I can't wait until my boy is old enough to go fishin' with me.

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  36. coatimundi01

    coatimundi01 Bought an X Founding Member

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    Thanks, they were mighty tasty.

    It's definitely a blast, especially that FIRST fish! Just don't expect to get as much fishing of your own in! Lol
     
  37. AaronsX

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    Does this count?
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  38. yellowbug

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    Caught this one in a pond by Destin Commons in Destin, Fl

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  39. AaronsX

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    The pic in the post above yours is at the dock next to AJ's in destin, its like fisherman's warf dock? We fish off the dock every year and use the fish for bait (my pic). Catch a lot of decent size cats, pin fish, and I've even caught flounders.
     
  40. yellowbug

    yellowbug First Fill-Up (of many)

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    I used to fish under the brooks bride by a bait shop. I would buy a pound of squid for a dollar and a half catch pin fish then use them for reds. The brooks bridge connects fort Walton beach and okaloosa island
     

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