Nature Pictures from Trout Streams
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Date AddedAug 3, 2015
Aurora over the Arctic Oven tent at USFWS sheefish camp. Not pictured: the wolf howling in the background as I took this picture.
Date AddedDec 23, 2014
A small brown trout jumps at the end of my line. Photo by Sandy Neuswanger. Yes, the most popular photo on this website was taken by my mom when I handed off the camera to play this fish!
This beautiful, remote stretch of one of the lesser-known large Catskill trout streams produced my only trout in two days of slow fishing, a 9 inch brown. Better than nothing! In fact, even "nothing" in this setting is really something!
A small brown trout returns to the clear water from which he sipped my tiny ant imitation on a hot August afternoon.
This beautiful 20 inch brown trout took a dry fly placed very tight against some overhanging alders. I was proud of that cast even before the trout smashed my fly. This brown is so vibrantly colored that as I caught glimpses during the fight I began to wonder if it was not a brown, but a monster brook trout. It turned out to be a very bright red/gold brown trout. The picture, fine as it is, doesn't do the trout justice.
A perfect brook trout.
Date AddedOct 4, 2006
CameraPENTAX Optio WPi
My girlfriend took this picture with my camera, and I'm not sure how she did it. Instead of being crisp and sharp it has a surreal look like an oil painting, perfect for the scene. (Edit in 2011: Now that I see this picture so high up on the popular list, perhaps I should point out that she's now my wife, so there's no confusion.)
My friend Ian throws a fine cast in a section of river that's open year-round. From the bridge, we spotted a very nice brown nymphing, but neither of us could get it to take.
This 15" brown trout took a small emergent sparkle pupa on a large Catskill river.