|Resident/sea-run cuthroat. I have been fishing for these fish for years. This fish was caught on a peninsula river in washington state. This is a classic beautiful native fish in the area. Most of my submissions will be from the north west region of washington state. This will be nicknamed the october fish! The fishing is very good in october when they start to flood the streams following salmon in for the winter.|
Submitted by: Scott Fletcher
Rated Above average (3.8) with 10 votes.
|A spirited River Eden Grayling resists coming to the net|
Submitted by: Geoff Johnston
Rated Not good (1.3) with 7 votes.
Leonardo Ramírez, Outfitter, www.pescador.cl
Submitted by: Leonardo Ramírez
Rated Average (3.1) with 7 votes.
|I was stripping small streamers in September on the "Holy Waters" section of the Au Sable. This little 13.5" beauty was as pretty as the day. All in fall colors. The photo was taken with a Pentax Optio W60, underwater. The fish was released, never leaving the water, right after the shot. |
Submitted by: Deb Freele
Rated Above average (3.7) with 9 votes.
|A netted Brown Trout. This picture is my favorite. Caught while nymph fishing the River Enz.|
Submitted by: Joshua Didier
Rated Above average (4.1) with 9 votes.
|My son Zachary Nave landed this beautiful 24" Brown Trout on the South Holston River on the date of December 29, 2006. I'm Bart Nave, Zachary's Dad and I took this photograph with a Nikon D-50.|
Submitted by: Bart Nave
Rated Above average (4.1) with 11 votes.
Submitted by: István File
Rated Excellent (4.5) with 32 votes.
|Large Douphn caught in the Tounge of the Ocean out of "Knoll's Landing", with Capt.Rodney Miller "Andros Angler"|
Submitted by: Diane Knoll
Rated Below average (2.1) with 8 votes.