The business end

By Martin Joergensen (ed.), additional photos by Henning Eskol, Steve Schweitzer, Kasper Mühlbach, Lars Persson, Ken Bonde Larsen and Bob Petti.

 Tails  Fins  Heads 
We focus and concentrate on the head when we snap pictures of the fish we catch. This gallery presents a few of the many pictures of fish heads in our portfolios.

Beaverkill trout - A nice Beaverkill brown trout that rose to a #14 CDC&Elk dry fly in Horse Brook Run
Beaverkill trout
Under the bridge - Sea trout taken close to the Great Belt bridge in Denmark
Under the bridge
Test brown - A brown trout from the chalkstream River Test
Test brown
Coho - A grand coho salmon from BC, Canada
Cutthroat - A sea run cutthroat taken in British Columbia
Weever - A very common coastal fish in the Baltic during the warm season. Beautiful but also dangerous due to its venomous dorsal fin.
Brassy bream - A large bream just before its release
Brassy bream
Brownie - A brown trout taken in a small Danish stream
Ready for release - A small sea trout poses for a portrait before its release
Ready for release
Pastry fish - A sea trout has bitten over a Danish Patry fly
Pastry fish
Steelhead - This was a 90 centimetres or 30 inch plus fish. The name could hardly be more suitable.
Red eye - The beauty of the vastly underestimated roach with the red eyes
Red eye
Eyes and beak - The typical appearance of a Danish needlefish - a garfish
Eyes and beak
All eyes - The garfish is a visually oriented hunter.
All eyes
Released - A swedish trout about to swim off.
Round - The proof: the world is round. And so is this escaped farm rainbow.
Sand eel - A very common food source in the ocean: the sand eel.
Sand eel
Tarpon trap - When this opens, small fish die!
Tarpon trap
Flounder - Flatfish do take a fly now and then
Pike - A smallish pike has fallen for a Valeur Pike Streamer.
Different angle - Sea trout are beautiful from almost any angle
Different angle
Greedy perch - This little perch was only marginally larger than the pike fly it engulfed
Greedy perch
Winter sea trout - Fish, rod and reel
Winter sea trout
Up for a photo - A Baltic sea trout poses.
Up for a photo
The sight of spring - Dandelions and a garfish - two signs of spring
The sight of spring

User comments
From: CYK · changyk_1993·at·hotmail.com  Link
Submitted November 5th 2006

I love the tarpon trap by Martin! Its the coolest fish i ever seen!

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