Forced Perspective In Fish Photos, What’s Right?

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Is holding a fish up to the lens tantamount to Lying? The other day I shared a photo of my good friend and G&G contributor Justin Pickett holding a huge brown trout with Orvis for use on their blog. The...



G&G 2020 Photo Contest Winners

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The best fly fishing photographs of 2020 are on the board! We had so many great submissions this year, it was pretty tough on our judge, Tim Johnson, but he’s a trooper and came through with some awesome selections. Three talented photographers will be fishing in...



4 Tips for Getting a Better Picture of Your Trophy

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WAY BACK BEFORE WE HAD DIGITAL CAMERAS, I CAN REMEMBER HOW EXCITED I WOULD BE RACING TO THE CLOSEST ONE-HOUR PHOTO STORE TO GET MY FILM DEVELOPED. The anticipation of waiting to review my big fish photos was almost as fun for me as catching the...



The Fish That Took Three Anglers to Land

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I'LL NEVER FORGET THE EPIC BATTLE THAT TOOK PLACE BETWEEN THREE ANGLERS AND A TROPHY SALMONID ONE FREEZING DECEMBER MORNING IN 2010. I was having the time of my life on a steelhead fishing trip with my great friends Louis Cahill and Murphy Kane. We had...



Carp Czar

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I recently had the great pleasure of spending a day carp fishing with my friend Bruce Smithhamer. It was every bit as challenging as promised. The fish were gearing up for the spawn and were lock jawed. We would have gone fish-less if not for...