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Pictures of Trout, Salmon, and Grayling, Page 22

Boasting is an important part of a proper fisherman's website. Look at all the big trout I've caught! Well, okay. Some of them were caught by friends. And family. And some of them weren't caught at all, but now that I know my way around a camera I can take pictures of them anyway.

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 From the Taylor River in Washington.
LocationTaylor River
Date TakenOct 3, 2017
Date AddedOct 4, 2017
AuthorTroutnut
CameraiPhone 6
 From the Taylor River in Washington.
LocationTaylor River
Date TakenOct 3, 2017
Date AddedOct 4, 2017
AuthorTroutnut
CameraiPhone 6
Small rainbow from a small stream. From Dresserville Creek in New York.
Small rainbow from a small stream.
Date AddedOct 4, 2006
AuthorTroutnut
CameraPENTAX Optio WPi
Closeup of the 20-incher From the Yakima River in Washington.
Closeup of the 20-incher
LocationYakima River
Date TakenOct 1, 2017
Date AddedOct 1, 2017
AuthorTroutnut
CameraNIKON 1 AW1
I caught this 18-incher about half an hour after playing for 3-5 minutes and then losing what I'm pretty sure was the same fish. It's the first time a big trout ever gave me a second chance. Both hookings were on a size 18 parachute BWO to match the light Baetid hatch the fish were rising to. From the Yakima River in Washington.
I caught this 18-incher about half an hour after playing for 3-5 minutes and then losing what I'm pretty sure was the same fish. It's the first time a big trout ever gave me a second chance. Both hookings were on a size 18 parachute BWO to match the light Baetid hatch the fish were rising to.
LocationYakima River
Date TakenOct 1, 2017
Date AddedOct 1, 2017
AuthorTroutnut
CameraNIKON 1 AW1
Small rainbow with an exceptionally vivid stripe From the Yakima River in Washington.
Small rainbow with an exceptionally vivid stripe
LocationYakima River
Date TakenOct 1, 2017
Date AddedOct 1, 2017
AuthorTroutnut
CameraNIKON 1 AW1
Lena unceremoniously releases her first self-fly-caught trout.  It landed safely in its home pool.

I like the unexpected "oops" pictures so much better than normally posed fish! From Mystery Creek # 89 in New York.
Lena unceremoniously releases her first self-fly-caught trout. It landed safely in its home pool.

I like the unexpected "oops" pictures so much better than normally posed fish!
Date AddedOct 13, 2006
AuthorTroutnut
CameraPENTAX Optio WPi
Oops!

This little rainbow decided to pose on its way back to the water, instead of sitting still in my hand.  Whatever works... From Mystery Creek # 62 in New York.
Oops!

This little rainbow decided to pose on its way back to the water, instead of sitting still in my hand. Whatever works...
Date AddedOct 4, 2006
AuthorTroutnut
CameraPENTAX Optio WPi
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This kype-jawed 21 inch male was my biggest trout ever at the time.  Two casts after I released this one, another of about the same size savagely hit my nymph, leapt into the air, and spit the hook in about half a second. From the Namekagon River in Wisconsin.
This kype-jawed 21 inch male was my biggest trout ever at the time. Two casts after I released this one, another of about the same size savagely hit my nymph, leapt into the air, and spit the hook in about half a second.
Date AddedJan 25, 2006
AuthorTroutnut
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