|02-02-2005 04:41 PM|
Ste-Marguerite River is a pretty piece of water. It reminds me a bit of a section of the St. Joe, Idaho. I understand why you don't travel much; why bother, you would be hard pressed to find a more picturesque place. Thanks for the link to your site, I ejoyed the visit.
|02-02-2005 04:11 PM|
All the pictures are on the Ste-Marguerite River her ein Central Quebec. I'm lazy and don't travel about much, so I just have to make do with my home waters
My home waters
|02-02-2005 11:41 AM|
nice fish on the bottom Chris. Always enjoy that first fish photo too, smiling ear to ear.
The river in the background looks so nice on the Salmon photo, what river is that?
|02-02-2005 10:32 AM|
André Bernier with the 2002 season record (probably). 63 cm so probably well over 6 lbs
Memorable - Our son Vincent's VERY FIRST trout. After 2 years of rain, snow, sleet and black flies.
Memories: Dream fish, sunshine, sight casting, 6lb tippet, almost got spooled twice
|02-02-2005 08:46 AM|
|02-02-2005 07:45 AM|
bigfish small flies
It is not that big, but over 4 lbs. Caught in a small stream with a 2 weight rod, and size 28 fly with nylon thread for a leader.
|02-01-2005 11:46 AM|
|salt dog||My son Jason's first steelhead on a fly, October 2004. T.J., he's almost your age, and probably like you, he's already a fly fishing fanatic.|
|02-01-2005 11:45 AM|
|chromer||Extra points for the fish in the water!!|
|02-01-2005 11:41 AM|
|salt dog||A wild one going back home.|
|02-01-2005 10:52 AM|
Cherokee Sound <Abaco Island
Took a Mini-Puff.............like a great white hitting a crippled seal !!
|02-01-2005 08:14 AM|
|teflon_jones||This is me with the second bone I ever caught. It's not exactly a trophy bone, but it's the only pic of me with a bone that I have. My first one at 8 lbs definitely was a trophy though, but no camera! If I'd had the camera I never would have caught it of course.|
|02-01-2005 07:45 AM|
My best fish came without a picture, although my friend offered to hike back to the truck to get the camera. It was a lifetime steelhead, native, I estimated to be just over 40" with no arguments from witnesses. If he hiked up the ravine to the road and back down we figured almost 30 minutes, no sportsman would hold a fish that long for a pic. Besides every scale is still burned into my memory today.
So in my minds eye, that is my 'trophy pic'.
|01-31-2005 07:13 PM|
here are mine from this year already
|01-31-2005 06:49 PM|
Post your trophy pics
Its probably been done before but is still fun. Im pretty new to the forum and would like yall to post some of your best trophies, fresh and salt. Thanks