A 43cm brown trout falls for my clients artificial E. Danica over the hundreds of naturals.

A small stream in Denmark

Submitted by: Ripley Davenport - Distantstreams.com

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Camera manufacturer OLYMPUS CORPORATION 
Camera model C160,D395 
Exposure time 1/58 s 
Lens focal length 5 mm 
Lens aperture f 6 
ISO 50 
Date and time of original 2006-06-04 10:13 
Software used 42-1050  










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From: Carlos H. · crh·at·zetta.com  Link
Submitted July 8th 2006

Where is the fish?

From: mark · mark.hoffman·at·farmers.co.nz  Link
Submitted June 10th 2006

You got the first two steps covered here - you took the camera on your fishing trip, and you got it out while something interesting was happening. Now you've just got to work on the technique to create the picture that will get people's attention. Perhaps here you could have waited for the fish to jump or have zoomed in a bit for a closer view of the fish during the fight. Keep trying!

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