The 2014 Gink and Gasoline Fly Fishing Photography Contest Is On!

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Stu Hastie's 1st Place Entry From Last Year

Stu Hastie’s 1st Place Entry From Last Year

It’s that time again!

Time for you to hit us with your best shot…of 2013.
The annual Gink and Gasoline fly fishing photography contest is on. Send us your best fly fishing photos shot in 2013 and win one of these fabulous prizes. (I just love saying fabulous prizes!)


•All submissions must be in by midnight EST on Feb 8th 2014.

1st Place An Echo3 590-4. 9ft four-piece fly rod for a five weight line. Value $350


2nd place A Fishpond Westwater Boat Bag. Value $220


3rd Place A RIO Perception fly line. Value $90


Last year’s contest was amazing and we can’t wait to see what you and that camera of yours have been up to all year. We have a panel of rock star judges lined up, so get those entries in.

This year’s esteemed judges include:

Brian O’Keefe

Brian needs no introduction. Co-founder of Catch Magazine and one of the true heavyweights of the fly fishing industry. Whether he’s wielding a fly rod or a camera, Brian is pure perfection.

Andrew Bennett

Founder of Deneki Outdoors and godfather of the fly fishing blogosphere, Andrew is a true pioneer in fly fishing media. In addition to being a Skagit Master and king of the bonefish, he knows a thing or two about great photography.

Whitney Ott

Whitney is one of the brightest rising stars of editorial lifestyle photography. One of the most talented and prolific photographers I know, this girl makes it look easy. Her clients include Garden and Gun, Entertainment Weekly and The Bitter Southerner. And her Instagram feed is not to be missed!


•The contest is open to everyone except me, Kent and the judges.

•Limit three submissions per person, that’s three photos so a triptych counts as three.

•Images should relate to fly fishing in some way and have been shot in 2013.

•All submissions must be made by email to

•Photos should be jpeg format and 1000 pixels at their longest dimension.

•Please use the subject line, “Photo Contest” for your email

•File names should be your full name plus a # 01-03. So my file name, for example, would be louiscahill_01.jpg , louiscahill_02.jpg , louiscahill_03.jpg

•All submissions must be in by midnight EST on Feb 8th 2014.

•Winners will be announced the week of Feb 17th. OK, probably on the 17th, but I want to give our judges a little wiggle room. They are doing us a big favor.

•All prizes will be shipped directly from our sponsors.

•Photographers retain all rights to their work, We only ask that we can use the photos on G&G, within the context of the contest and with proper credit to the photographer.

We can’t wait to see what you’ve been shooting this year so, get those entries in and win some cool gear! I’d like to offer a big thank you to Echo, Rio & Fishpond for donating these cool prizes.

Good Luck!

Come fish with us in the Bahamas!

Louis Cahill
Gink & Gasoline
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3 thoughts on “The 2014 Gink and Gasoline Fly Fishing Photography Contest Is On!

  1. Another great contest! And some awesome prizes! The winning pic from last year was awesome. Can’t wait to see the pics from this year’s contest. I might even sift through some of my photos and see if I have anything worthy. Good luck to everyone that submits their photos!

  2. I am excited that we are already getting so many injuries. Please pay close attention to the guidelines. Especially where the naming of miles an email subject line or concern! This is the only way we can keep up with all of the entries. I want everyone to get a chance at the prizes so please hey close attention to the guidelines.

    Thanks and good luck!

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