Lets see some FISH !

MidnightRider

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Fishing is probably my all time favorite outdoor activity. I enjoy all types of fishing, from catching big yellowtail off the back side of San Clemente island, to catching bluegill at the local pond with my daughter. Even If we get skunked, it's a good excuse to get out there, and we always have a good time. Here are a few photos to start off the thread. I can add more later. Everyone post your fishing pictures.
 

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here are a few more for now.
 

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Great thread, here is my youngest son with a largemouth on the Occoquan. He was using a chatter bait that was maybe 2" under the water when it struck and the water exploded; he wasnt ready for it and almost fell out of his seat.

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This is my oldest son but this picture is about 4yrs old; caught this huge smallmouth on the Upper Potomac. Unfortunately we dont keep/eat our catch, I wouldn't eat anything I caught out of the Potomac or its tributaries.

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I love me some fish! I love catching fish, eating fish, and keeping fish! My favorite places to go fishing are the Colorado River, Imperial Valley canals, San Diego and Mission Bay.

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Here's one I tickled out from underneath a rock in the crick behind the house...

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Catch and release is a foriegn phrase in the Clanhold.

There's a good story with that fish...if you ever share a fire with me I'll share it someday.
 
Catch and release just confuses the fish. Looking forward to that fire, Sir.

Andy
 
Here a few of my pics to share...

My son Mason and his first bass - a smallie caught during an ARSES trip
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My first brown trout during the same trip
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Black Sea Bass
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Mason's first tuna - a bonito off Key Largo
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Father and Son Stripers off Montauk, NY
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Mutton Snapper - Key West FL
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Getting antsy to be back on the water!
 
Those fish almost look to pretty to eat...................... NOT, lol. They actually look pretty tasty. And caught by spearfishing is cool, Id like to try it. I bet those smaller ones were fast moving targets. Good shot.
 
I don't have a fish story, because I can't seem to catch fish... So I'll steal one from Mitch Hedberg, the comedian. All this talk of catch and release made me think of it...

[video=dailymotion;xodpt6]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xodpt6_hedberg-on-catch-and-release_sport[/video]
 
Here are a few more specimens.
 

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