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Top 40 Field & Stream Reader Photos: July 2011

Top 40 Field & Stream Reader Photos: July 2011

Kenai River King Salmon

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from jalander1953 wrote 2 years 36 weeks ago

Best photos yet in this series. The bear from Idaho was a beuat. As were a number of the photos. Keep it up guys. I don't get to get out much, but get to do so vicariously through your photos. Thanks

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from edward depue wrote 2 years 36 weeks ago

number 39 looks to be Gray fox not Red

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from fishrmn100 wrote 2 years 36 weeks ago

Ahhhh! #14 is me two years from now. When I retire and can regain and recall.

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from IND_NRA wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

The coyote howling is one of the best pictures that I have seen on a Trail cam.

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from rjtunks wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

The first pic, the Kenai King is NOT 57#. Maybe 35-40. I live in Kenai and fish and dipnet (Which is how this King was caught, dipnet in the background) and look how skinny the belly is, not to mention the small girl holding the fish. Nice fish, but not 57#.

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from Justin Engelman wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

Well wether it was 57lbs or not it ius still a good fish, and number 39 definently looks like a gray fox not red.

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from Jim Berardi wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

Sorry guys-# 39 is definitely a red fox it's just a dark picture-he has some white on tip of tail that's difficult to see 7 look at the black front legs. We haven't had any gray fox in our area for over 10-15 years now-DNR officials said parvo got them. Jim

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from Kyle VanBritson wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

#2 is simply amazing.

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from paolapickaweb wrote 2 years 31 weeks ago

i wonder what bait and how strong their rods are!

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from George Eighmie wrote 2 years 30 weeks ago

Catch and Release Fishing

Is a sport, but it has become less about survival and more about fun in recent decades. There is an issue of fish becoming depleted and many anglers are now employing the practice of catch and release fishing. Catch and release fishing is a great theory, but many people are doing it incorrectly and as a result many fish are dying. A few steps should be followed when trying to catch and release a fish. Once you get the hang of how to do it correctly, you will be able to enjoy your hobby and keep the population of fish full in your favorite stream or lake.

For more info visit; http://www.fishingtechnique.org

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from jalander1953 wrote 2 years 36 weeks ago

Best photos yet in this series. The bear from Idaho was a beuat. As were a number of the photos. Keep it up guys. I don't get to get out much, but get to do so vicariously through your photos. Thanks

+1 Good Comment? | | Report
from IND_NRA wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

The coyote howling is one of the best pictures that I have seen on a Trail cam.

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from Jim Berardi wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

Sorry guys-# 39 is definitely a red fox it's just a dark picture-he has some white on tip of tail that's difficult to see 7 look at the black front legs. We haven't had any gray fox in our area for over 10-15 years now-DNR officials said parvo got them. Jim

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from paolapickaweb wrote 2 years 31 weeks ago

i wonder what bait and how strong their rods are!

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from fishrmn100 wrote 2 years 36 weeks ago

Ahhhh! #14 is me two years from now. When I retire and can regain and recall.

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from Kyle VanBritson wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

#2 is simply amazing.

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from George Eighmie wrote 2 years 30 weeks ago

Catch and Release Fishing

Is a sport, but it has become less about survival and more about fun in recent decades. There is an issue of fish becoming depleted and many anglers are now employing the practice of catch and release fishing. Catch and release fishing is a great theory, but many people are doing it incorrectly and as a result many fish are dying. A few steps should be followed when trying to catch and release a fish. Once you get the hang of how to do it correctly, you will be able to enjoy your hobby and keep the population of fish full in your favorite stream or lake.

For more info visit; http://www.fishingtechnique.org

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from rjtunks wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

The first pic, the Kenai King is NOT 57#. Maybe 35-40. I live in Kenai and fish and dipnet (Which is how this King was caught, dipnet in the background) and look how skinny the belly is, not to mention the small girl holding the fish. Nice fish, but not 57#.

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from Justin Engelman wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

Well wether it was 57lbs or not it ius still a good fish, and number 39 definently looks like a gray fox not red.

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from edward depue wrote 2 years 36 weeks ago

number 39 looks to be Gray fox not Red

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