2015 G&G Fly Fishing Photography Contest Winners

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Photo by Arian Stevens

Photo by Arian Stevens

We received hundreds of great fly fishing photos for this years competition.

Once again, I am so glad that I don’t have to be a judge but the cream has risen and we are proud to announce the winners of the 2015 Gink and Gasoline Fly Fishing Photography Contest.


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First Place and the Sage rod and reel combo go to Arian Stevens for this amazing B&W landscape with angler.



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Second place and the Redington Vapen goes to Matt Guymon for this beautiful release shot.


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Third place, the Fishpond Lumbar Pack and RIO InTouch fly line go to Joel Dickey for this stunning photo of a tarpon fin.

Congratulations to all three winners and a hearty thanks to all who entered! Thanks to our judges for their time and expertise.

And a very special thank you to Sage, Redington, RIO and Fishpond for the generous prizes they donated and for their continuing support of the G&G community! Let’s give them a hand shall we?

It’s impossible to share all of the great photos we received but below are the runners-up in no particular order. Click images to enlarge and see photographers name.

clintlosee_01 clintlosee_02 Ed-Jack-Dvorak-03 guillefebvre_03 jonashoholt_03 justinhamblin_01 justinhamblin_02 MarkKelly_01 martinchristensson_1 mengyang_02 pierrotbernier_03 RChadChorney_03 reubenbrowning_03 stephenschwartz_01 StevePetersen_03.jpeg stuhastie_01 stuhastie_02 UrosKristan_03 WillRice-1 WillRice-3


Louis Cahill
Gink & Gasoline
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11 thoughts on “2015 G&G Fly Fishing Photography Contest Winners

  1. Louis, good work on the contest and thank you for the posting of the runner-ups.

    I am personally especially fond of the Justin Hamblin #1 and #2, and the Ed-Jack-Dvorak#3 in the runner-ups, along with of course the Arian Stevens winner.

  2. That #2 tarpon shot is killer! You guys had your work cut out for you judging all those amazing shots. I think fly fishing has different inspirations for each of us. Reflections, sunrises and mountain scenes all tell a story. Great job and great contest.

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