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  1. #251
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    Doin the lorr's werk out there, Swimmy. Paintin my home land well.... thank you. You're posting the finest imagery on this site these days.

    SFB for the honorabro mention, love your stuff, too.

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  3. #253
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    2022 SHITTY FISHING PICTURES AND TALL TALES OF THINGS THAT DIDN'T HAPPEN

    Quote Originally Posted by happytimefunbox View Post
    Got out with my kid for the cutthroat opener on the local creek. Nothing better than sight fishing to eager Cutts with big dries.
    That’s a week early? 2nd Saturday in July I thought.


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  4. #254
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phall View Post
    That’s a week early? 2nd Saturday in July I thought.


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    Forgive me father for I have sinned. I checked the regs for that water and you are right. FUK I had the first of the month in my head Welp now I can't say I'm an ethical fisherman any longer.

    FWIW these boys and girls were spawned out and not on redds. That doesn't justify not knowing the regs and they probably could have used another week to rest before barbless hoppers and ants started floating over their heads.

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  5. #255
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealurface831 View Post
    I was fishing a section of local river today and eyeing two rainbows in the middle of a shallow run from the bank. Two kayakers came by the near side of the river and sent a school of 100+ 12" to 18" fish from the shadows of the treeline behind me out into the middle of the run. They were slow and flashed their silver bellies while doing barrel rolls. Those were carp, right? I'd never seen them in this river before and have never seen them school like that anywhere.
    Skipjack shad?

  6. #256
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    Quote Originally Posted by neckdeep View Post
    Skipjack shad?
    Never crossed my mind that they could be shad but I think you're right.
    "somebody's gotta do it"

  7. #257
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  8. #258
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  9. #259
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    Quote Originally Posted by I've seen black diamonds! View Post
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    Aww! He looks like a little hot dog

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    The freaks come out at night.


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  11. #261
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    2022 SHITTY FISHING PICTURES AND TALL TALES OF THINGS THAT DIDN'T HAPPEN

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  12. #262
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    Out on the Kayak this morning. Boated an absolute hog, probably 12+ lbs. Unfortunately it was a wild king which is way verboten to keep around these parts (gotta make sure the orcas get fed) so had to let it go. Still cool to land my first large salmon on the kayak. At one point the thing jumped clear out of the water with enough force to get the shiner and deep six troll weight both airborne!

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  13. #263
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    Freaks.
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    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
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  14. #264
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    Quote Originally Posted by LegoSkier View Post
    Out on the Kayak this morning. Boated an absolute hog, probably 12+ lbs. Unfortunately it was a wild king which is way verboten to keep around these parts (gotta make sure the orcas get fed) so had to let it go. Still cool to land my first large salmon on the kayak. At one point the thing jumped clear out of the water with enough force to get the shiner and deep six troll weight both airborne!

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    Awesome. Somewhere in the cook inlet I assume?

    Been doing okay on the Kenai and kasiloff. Lots of work though. Click image for larger version. 

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  15. #265
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    Not many salt water photos in this thread…

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    Because rich has nothing to do with money.

  16. #266
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    2022 SHITTY FISHING PICTURES AND TALL TALES OF THINGS THAT DIDN'T HAPPEN

    ^That’s huge! Great pic.
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    Asked my fishing partner for help landing this one he is holding below because a few minutes earlier I had managed to have a fish kick my rod off the jetty and into the water. Thankfully I was able to retrieve the setup.
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    They were smashing topwater lures so hard that they’d get hooked on treble hooks with clipped off the tips and crushed barbs
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  17. #267
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    Horse pets for good luck

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  18. #268
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    Lost count. Fished from 630-4 with a hour and a half lunch/hammock snooze. Fish size was way up from two years ago. Love this creek and drainage.
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  19. #269
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    My first fish on a fly rod after several missteps on my part last week. Thanks to my friend and guide for coaching me through it.Name:  IMG_1719.jpeg
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  20. #270
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    ^^Noice lefty. Lots of great pics in here.

    A few family pics from our trip to the Land of 10,000 Lakes. No whoppers this year but steady action.

    Wife's first real fish:


  21. #271
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    2022 SHITTY FISHING PICTURES AND TALL TALES OF THINGS THAT DIDN'T HAPPEN

    Quote Originally Posted by Self Jupiter View Post
    ^That’s huge! Great pic.
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    Asked my fishing partner for help landing this one he is holding below because a few minutes earlier I had managed to have a fish kick my rod off the jetty and into the water. Thankfully I was able to retrieve the setup.
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    They were smashing topwater lures so hard that they’d get hooked on treble hooks with clipped off the tips and crushed barbs
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    Much respect for landing fish on a jetty. A little more precarious than netting them over the side of a boat.

    The rocks around the lighthouse are off limits due to the construction, but there’s typically anglers fishing off of them. I’ve been on those rocks and could not imagine trying to fish there with the crushing waves.

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    Here are two more from yesterday. All these were quickly put back into the water.
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    Had some good luck out on the local lake. Haven’t chased char since I was a whippersnapper!

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    Fast water has resulted in several broken lines, burned hands, sore fingers, and going to my backing more than I would like. But it's still a ton of fun and I like eating salmon.

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  25. #275
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    Fishing in AK is on my bucket list….nice haul.

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