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Infront of "Knoll's Landing Bonefish Resort" North Andros Island, Bahamas "Nice Catch"
Submitted by: Diane Knoll

Rated Below average (2.3) with 10 votes.
3,770 views
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Cold as Steel
Submitted by: Patrick Robinson

Rated Above average (4.4) with 7 votes.
3,757 views
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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.
3,740 views
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The Tigerfish, Africa's finest freshwater quarry on Fly. Here a trophy breaks the water next to the boat. For more on these species go to www.safarifilm.co.za
Submitted by: Rayno Egner

Rated Above average (4) with 9 votes.
3,696 views
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A Rainbow ready for release amongst the willow roots.
Submitted by: Stu Hastie

Rated Above average (3.6) with 14 votes.
3,564 views
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Around 40 cm Greyling from a nice little stream in Denmark. caught by my older brother on a streaking caddis
Submitted by: Esben Byskov Madsen

Rated Above average (3.9) with 10 votes.
3,559 views
 
Lake Trout caught with a Sex Dungeon.
Submitted by: Jason

Rated Above average (3.8) with 12 votes.
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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 (4.3) with 7 votes.
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