May Reader Shots, Part I

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Robbie Burrow hauled this largemouth out of the town lake in Austin, Texas.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Andrew Pinckney caught this 80-pound grouper during a trip to Costa Rica.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Bill Goodwin reeled in this 5-pound, 4-ounce black bass from a lake in Polk County,Texas.Field & Stream Online Editors
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"My 3-year-old won the local fishing derby in Palmdale, Calif. with his 10 1/2-pound rainbow trout. It was his first cast of the day, and he was using Powerbait and his Spider-Man fishing rod!"--Tina LaxField & Stream Online Editors
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Brad Pugh caught this 2-pound, 2-ounce bluegill while fishing in a private lake in Texas. "I'm holding the second biggest bluegill in my basket next to it for scale," says Pugh.Field & Stream Online Editors
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On the fourth day of fishing the Amazon River in Brazil, Jason Caraway landed this 23-pound, 4-ounce peacock bass.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Zach Woiak harvested his first gobbler, this 3-bearded bird, this spring.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Nicholas Oddo downed this 20-pound bird while hunting in Colorado. The gobbler had a 7-inch beard and 1-inch spurs.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Tommy Sancic, 9, harvested his first turkey this April hunting in Cadiz, Ohio with his grandfather.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Nick Beane reeled in this 10-pound, 8-ounce lake trout from Lake Superior.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Jason Crites hauled in this 20-pound carp while bow fishing near Alma, Mich.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Mark Frederick caught this10-pound carp from St. Louis' city lake.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Daniel Delacerda (left) and his friend caught their limit of mahi-mahi off the coast of Trinidad and Tobago last summer.Field & Stream Online Editors
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J.D. Fosburgh took this bird in the second week of the season.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Andrew Kummerfeld caught this 47-inch muskie from Lake of the Woods, Canada.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Amanda Thompson, 17, downed this goat in Colorado last year.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Colton Arnstein shot his first turkey, this 26-pound gobbler, during the youth hunt in Indiana.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Blake Snow with his night's worth of fish from a trip bow fishing on Lake O' the Pines in Texas.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Dan Ray (right) and his father, Dr. W. J. Ray, Jr. tug three gobblers this spring while hunting in Sonora, Texas.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Scott Nugent caught and released this 63-inch, 80-pound sturgeon at Rainy River, Minn.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Wayne Wagner downed this 350-pound wild boar in eastern Tennessee last spring.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Caitlin Lucientes, 6, hooked this 12-pound, 25-inch freshwater striper while fishing with her grandfather at Lake Mendocino in Ukiah, Calif.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Adam Barton with an asp that he caught while deployed in southern Baghdad.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Billy Rhodes (left) and his son Justin were both successful during the opening week of turkey season in eastern Virginia.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Brian Williams shot this gobbler with his 5-year-old son, Hunter, watching. The turkey was about 23 pounds with a 9 1/2-inch beard and 1-inch spurs.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Scotty Sanders shot this 4-bearded tom this spring. The beards measured 10 1/4-, 8-, 5 1/2-, and 4 1/4-inches, and the gobbler weighed 20 pounds with 1 1/4-inch spurs.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Chris Ising caught this 4-pound, 3-ounce largemouth bass in a private pond in Indiana. According to his "new tattoo of a measuring stick--to scale from the tip of his pinky finger," the bass was 19- to 20-inches long.Field & Stream Online Editors
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While on a weekend break from Clemson University, Chris Hyers downed this South Carolina gobbler with a 9 1/2-inch beard.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Mitchell Chapman caught this carp while stationed at Camp Liberty, Iraq.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Millicent Holmes shot this boar, her first game animal ever taken, at Caryonah Ranch in Crossville, Tenn.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Pat Brannigan and his group of friends and family after a productive day in southern Maryland.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Mike Landau downed this 25-pound, double-bearded bird in early May.Field & Stream Online Editors
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It took Michael Gangi five years to bag his first spring turkey. The bird weighed 22 pounds with 1-inch spurs and a 10-inch beard.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Alex Edington caught this 6-pound, 2-ounce largemouth this March at Lake Ray Hubbard in Texas.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Adam Cardone from Queens, New York with his first gobbler.Field & Stream Online Editors
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This is a pair of long beards shot on opening day of New York's youth hunt by Mike and Chad Donovan.Field & Stream Online Editors