Reader Gallery: With A Bang! - The Fisherman

Reader Gallery: With A Bang!

Further proof that Fisherman readers are serious anglers. During a time when many anglers are calling it quits because the season is supposedly ‘winding down’ our readers are out there getting it done, chasing everything from holdover stripers and largemouth bass to porbeagle sharks and piles of blackfish. The season only ends when you decided to give up, keep at it and you too can keep catching through the cold months. If you’d like to see your photo featured here, email them to [email protected] with any important info, such as the name of the angler and the general area where it was caught.

luis
Luis Feliciano with an impressive stringer of tog taken from his kayak off of Groton, CT.
dan
The commercial bluefin season reopened on December 1 and Dan Parma and crew landed this 300-pound class porbeagle while waiting for the tuna to show. The fish was caught aboard Fishbucket running out of Boston.
michael
Here’s a 4-pound largemouth bass from a southern Maine pond landed my Michael Brangwynne.
tom
Here’s Tom Houde again, this time with a fat holdover striped bass taken from a tidal river last month.
cam
What a great photo! Here’s 7 year old Cam Edo of Milford, CT with a 7-pound blackfish he landed off of New Haven.
bob
Here’s Bob Billotti with a beautiful striped bass, taken on a tog rig fished near Hen and Chickens Reef off of Old Saybrook, CT.
jim
Here’s Jim Smith of Pembroke, MA with a nice female tog he caught and released back in November, he said he releases all the female blackfish he catches as an investment in the future.
scott
On his first trip to Newport, RI, Antoine Scott landed this keeper tog from the rocks in spite of the big surf and surging moon tide.
les
Les Basset made a late-season run aboard the Black Hawk running out of Niantic, CT and landed this pair of heavyweight tog.
enzo
Here’s one to warm your heart, Enzo Buoniconti caught this 7-pound brown trout while fishing in the Berkshires with his grandfather Joe Calabrese. Enzo is new to fishing, but he has an experienced teacher in his grandfather and many amazing adventures lie ahead for this angling duo.

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