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The CatchFeed: 60 Top Photos from Catchbook, Field & Streams New Social Fishing App

The CatchFeed: 60 Top Photos from Catchbook, Field & Streams New Social Fishing App

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from shadillac wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

Love all the photos but #57 of Loren Spaulding's "20 pound monsta" made me laugh. I'm sorry but that fish doesn't go over 12lbs. no matter how close you hold it to the camera.

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from tom warner wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

The turtle photo is a soft shell turtle and the snake photo is NOT a Water Moccasin. It's a plain old harmless water snake.

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from GoProBros wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

The first photo is from GoProBro's facebook page. Be sure to check them out and give them a like if you like what you see. Search: "GoProBro's" Well soon be putting out a "Bro's Gone Wild" episode shortly, so stay tuned and GoPro!

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from GoProBros wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago
from bassasian wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

thats a copper head #25

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from stick500 wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

no carp?! :)

I say the big snake eating sitting on a log downing a bullhead is a common water snake- that's what they do and that's what they look like

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from Rhett Ballard wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

Whatever it snake is, a snake is a snake, kill it

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from RockySquirrel wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

#25 is a copperhead. A big one, but thats a copperhead.

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from Huntchuks wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

#25 looks like a common water snake like we see here in New York state. The copperhead's dark markings are thin on top and wider at the bottom, unlike the pictured snake.

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from wiscoguy wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

To quote the Wisconsin fishing regs: It is illegal to take fish other than rough fish by hand. Last time I checked pike weren't rough fish.

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from Zach Harmer wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

I love all these pictures. My favorite picture is pic number 38, because it's a beautiful fish and was caught in Hawaii and that's where I am from. I live on Maui. I am glad someone from Hawaii had a fish caught in the top 60 photos from catchbook! Congrats Gage!

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from Master Flash wrote 1 year 37 weeks ago

#22 with the ray: You're lucky he didn't spool you. Maybe he forgot which way was home. That one isn't huge, but I've had plenty of rays take my tackle. SoCal Pacific side here - of the larger ones, we get mostly bat rays. The steady, irreversible pull makes it easy to ID. When I get one heading out to sea I cut it off right away to save whatever line I can. If that's like the ones out here, the wings are quite tasty.

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from SCoutdoorsmen93 wrote 1 year 37 weeks ago

No matter what anyone says a trophy is in the eyes of the beholder. You don't know the conditions of someones fishing trip. So don't be so critical y'all. Good job y'all great fish.

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from ocimaroli wrote 1 year 37 weeks ago

yes 25 is a common watersnake. known as an eastern watersnake.

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from Alan Butterworth wrote 1 year 35 weeks ago

Awesome pictures anglers but either some of You Guys need to give credit to those Pretty Young Ladies for catching those Beauties that they're holding or You should be commended for not making us look at Your MUGS!
Tighten up every chance You get!

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from GoProBros wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

The first photo is from GoProBro's facebook page. Be sure to check them out and give them a like if you like what you see. Search: "GoProBro's" Well soon be putting out a "Bro's Gone Wild" episode shortly, so stay tuned and GoPro!

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from GoProBros wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago
from Huntchuks wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

#25 looks like a common water snake like we see here in New York state. The copperhead's dark markings are thin on top and wider at the bottom, unlike the pictured snake.

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from tom warner wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

The turtle photo is a soft shell turtle and the snake photo is NOT a Water Moccasin. It's a plain old harmless water snake.

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from bassasian wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

thats a copper head #25

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from Zach Harmer wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

I love all these pictures. My favorite picture is pic number 38, because it's a beautiful fish and was caught in Hawaii and that's where I am from. I live on Maui. I am glad someone from Hawaii had a fish caught in the top 60 photos from catchbook! Congrats Gage!

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from RockySquirrel wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

#25 is a copperhead. A big one, but thats a copperhead.

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from wiscoguy wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

To quote the Wisconsin fishing regs: It is illegal to take fish other than rough fish by hand. Last time I checked pike weren't rough fish.

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from Master Flash wrote 1 year 37 weeks ago

#22 with the ray: You're lucky he didn't spool you. Maybe he forgot which way was home. That one isn't huge, but I've had plenty of rays take my tackle. SoCal Pacific side here - of the larger ones, we get mostly bat rays. The steady, irreversible pull makes it easy to ID. When I get one heading out to sea I cut it off right away to save whatever line I can. If that's like the ones out here, the wings are quite tasty.

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from SCoutdoorsmen93 wrote 1 year 37 weeks ago

No matter what anyone says a trophy is in the eyes of the beholder. You don't know the conditions of someones fishing trip. So don't be so critical y'all. Good job y'all great fish.

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from ocimaroli wrote 1 year 37 weeks ago

yes 25 is a common watersnake. known as an eastern watersnake.

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from Alan Butterworth wrote 1 year 35 weeks ago

Awesome pictures anglers but either some of You Guys need to give credit to those Pretty Young Ladies for catching those Beauties that they're holding or You should be commended for not making us look at Your MUGS!
Tighten up every chance You get!

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from shadillac wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

Love all the photos but #57 of Loren Spaulding's "20 pound monsta" made me laugh. I'm sorry but that fish doesn't go over 12lbs. no matter how close you hold it to the camera.

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from stick500 wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

no carp?! :)

I say the big snake eating sitting on a log downing a bullhead is a common water snake- that's what they do and that's what they look like

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from Rhett Ballard wrote 1 year 39 weeks ago

Whatever it snake is, a snake is a snake, kill it

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Additional Info

These 60 photos are our editors' picks for the best shots posted over the past few weeks by users of our new Catchbook app!

About Catchbook Fishing Reports
Catchbook is a free social fishing app we built for the iPhone to help you share photos of your fish while recording the spots where you caught them. Check out more great fish photos from around the country (and start posting your own catches) by downloading the app from iTunes! Visit fieldandstream.com/catchbook for details on how the app works, and why it'll help you catch more fish.

Catchbook Photo Contest
We're giving away a Columbia PFG Blood and Guts™ Ball Cap, for the best photo posted each week (as chosen by our editors) from now until then end of July. At the end of each month we'll pick our favorite overall shot and run it in the magazine! Each monthly winner will also receive a Columbia Airgill Chill™ Long Sleeve (men) or Ultimate Chill™ Long Sleeve (women). Click here to learn how you can enter this contest. Click here for the official rules.

Check out our previous gallery of Catchbook Photos here!

 

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