|Floattubing for pike in "peat"lakes. Beautifull colors seperate these fierce creatures from the normal pike.|
Submitted by: Brian
Rated Excellent (4.9) with 20 votes.
|Releasing a Bonefish|
Submitted by: Tord Andreasson
Rated Excellent (4.9) with 19 votes.
|Sun, sea and trout|
Submitted by: Kasper Mühlbach
Rated Excellent (4.9) with 17 votes.
|Pretty 12" brown taken on a black wooly bugger in the middle of the day.|
Submitted by: West
Rated Excellent (4.9) with 16 votes.
|A Char, just bevor it was released. This species is not very common in Germany. If you get one, it was surely put in by the owner of the water or a fishing club.|
Submitted by: Kai Nolting (the Fritz)
Rated Excellent (4.9) with 14 votes.
|A fine Tarpon caught by Alexander Haider during hosted trip to Cancun - Yucatan - Mexico!|
Submitted by: AustrianOutdoorSports
Rated Excellent (4.8) with 58 votes.
Submitted by: Marcus Sies
Rated Excellent (4.8) with 28 votes.
|NZ trout have large fins and eyes and are generally caught on very small #16 & #18 sized flies.|
Submitted by: Dave Cook
Rated Excellent (4.8) with 25 votes.
Fly fishing picture categories - pix shown by rating
|Anglers||The proud fly-fishers||901|
|Bank, beach, coast||At the water's edge||302|
|Casting and fishing||Caught in the act||310|
|Fish||Fish, dead or alive||1419|
|Flies||Our creative creations||610|
|Gear||Expensive toys for poor boys||278|
|Getting ready||Getting into the dress, rigging the gear||63|
|GFF Summit||Pictures from the meeting of GFF anglers||28|
|Insects and other animals||Creatures which aren't fish||185|
|Landing||Bringing fish to the hand||148|
|Landscapes, mountains||The firm stuff around the water||472|
|Night||When the sun doesn't shine, but the moon maybe does||41|
|Plants and flowers||Both green and colorful||98|
|Releasing||The fish which are allowed to survive||281|
|Rough weather||Hale, wind, rain, lightning, snow||37|
|Stream, lake, ocean||Waterscapes, scenes with fishing water||612|
|Sun up or down||On the fringe of the day||162|
|Underwater||In the wet element||102|