Reader Gallery: Current Events - The Fisherman

Reader Gallery: Current Events

For the first time in several months, I’m happy to be able to say that all of the photos displayed here are recent catches! April roared in with awesome fishing and, with the exception of just one of these photos which was taken at the end of March, all of these fish were caught during the first two weeks of April. As you can see, it’s a nice mix of species, with both freshwater and saltwater represented. And now, as we cross into one of my favorite months of the season, things should rapidly flare up to fever pitch! Get those photos in and you will have a chance to win seasonal prizes, watch our Weekly Fishing Forecasts on YouTube for details on what I’ll be giving away next!

Paul made an early April trip to Wachusett Reservoir and landed this monster lake trout that taped out at a massive 38 inches!
Zack Hintz, owner of Zah’s Bait & Tackle snuck out at the end of March and tagged this awesome brown trout in an undisclosed Connecticut pond.
Pascal Chmelar got in on some early blackfish action in western Long Island Sound with Shawn Barham.
This photo embodies why more kids need to get bitten by the fishing bug. Joey G fished a high and dirty Connecticut River and landed this awesome striper. Photo sent courtesy of Fishin’ Factory 3.
Todd Treonze took the kayak out for an early-season spin off Newport, RI and landed a bunch of keeper cod.
Nicholas Bolanos nailed this striking brown trout from a western Connecticut river back in early April. Photo sent courtesy of Fishermnan’s World
Tim Jensen took an early-season run with Reel Cast Charters running out of Old Saybrook, CT and got in some great striper action using soft plastics.
Photo gallery regular, Larry LaForce with a nice smallie he landed from his kayak in mid-April.
Eric Sykula fished a western Massachusetts pond and landed his personal-best brown trout, twice! The beast browns weighed 6 and 7.36 pounds using Kastmasters and Rough Rider spoons.
Larry Thompson with a solid largemouth bass taken from a Rhode Island pond in early-April.



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