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Your biggest fish

Post By: yard dogs      Posted: 6/13/2019 11:26:18 AM     Points: 634    
Slow day on the forum and I am really not feeling the whole work thing today, so lets see some fish!

No rules, no specifics, just your biggest fish you have caught to date. I will start...
 Reply by: phidoux      Posted: Jun. 13, 12:20:37 PM     Points: 5383    
36" 25# channel cat. caught 6-1-2016. Still chasing one bigger.
 Reply by: Troutman      Posted: Jun. 13, 12:28:06 PM     Points: 62    
Not my biggest but biggest I have a pic of.
 Reply by: cookster      Posted: Jun. 13, 12:45:50 PM     Points: 62943    
84 in Cancun
 Reply by: Killerfihser      Posted: Jun. 13, 1:44:48 PM     Points: 564    
No records by any means but PB at 16.5" caught here in Colorado.
 Reply by: Gwill      Posted: Jun. 13, 2:55:21 PM     Points: 3650    
29 3/4 from Chatfield a few years ago.
Picture is the GF, not me LOL.
 Reply by: edawg      Posted: Jun. 13, 3:05:47 PM     Points: 223    
 Reply by: edawg      Posted: Jun. 13, 3:08:22 PM     Points: 223    
Just kidding - here you go!
 Reply by: shiverfix      Posted: Jun. 13, 3:11:46 PM     Points: 3481    
Freshwater, these are probably the biggest. Wiper was 29" and 11 pounds, didn't get a measurement on the cat.
 Reply by: waterlike      Posted: Jun. 13, 3:30:50 PM     Points: 0    
Cat last fall in Loveland. Didn't weigh it. I thought it was around 40 in. Thought it was a channel so wasn't concerned with state record. I've been told since it's a flathead and could've been the state record
 Reply by: jdavis      Posted: Jun. 13, 3:59:14 PM     Points: 222    
 Reply by: Desertsky      Posted: Jun. 13, 6:21:45 PM     Points: 512    
I lost the pictures of my largest. It was a 20lb+ pike from Spinney in 2011.
 Reply by: fathog247 (jimdog)      Posted: Jun. 13, 6:45:29 PM     Points: 15    
32 in wiper
 Reply by: Kev-o      Posted: Jun. 13, 7:50:46 PM     Points: 54722    
11 white sturgeon Columbia River Oregon
 Reply by: dizzel      Posted: Jun. 13, 8:24:53 PM     Points: 23158    
jimdog, I might be wrong but I believe that is a striper.
 Reply by: fathog247 (jimdog)      Posted: Jun. 13, 8:52:13 PM     Points: 15    
I caught in pueblo a few weeks ago I didnt think we had stripers there. If anyone wondering it was release
 Reply by: bharper      Posted: Jun. 13, 8:52:43 PM     Points: 205    
Awesome Laker Brad!!

Great catches by everyone!!


This is mine caught and released from shore on the Western Slope a few years back!
 Reply by: shmiley1      Posted: Jun. 13, 10:13:02 PM     Points: 2522    
Cant post some of my biggest laker pics cause of the backgrounds.
I got 1 over 40 today but i still truely drool at those gorge lakers. You should have seen parkerdude's face when he lifted the net with that 40 incher in it... Priceless!
Ive gotten 9 big fish in 3 days of fishing til noon. Its been pretty darn good.
Brad, you know you are always welcome to fish with me if you make it over this way.
 Reply by: yard dogs      Posted: Jun. 14, 8:24:14 AM     Points: 634    
Thanks Jeremy - you know I want to! Just wish you were a bit closer

Awesome fish fellas
 Reply by: shiverfix      Posted: Jun. 14, 8:26:14 AM     Points: 3481    
Kev-o, I fished the dock at West Linn on the Willamette for sturgeon. Had a couple of runs but no good hook ups. But it was amazing to watch 6 or 7 foot fish jump out of the water not 10 feet from you. I still want to catch one.
 Reply by: bron      Posted: Jun. 14, 9:04:58 AM     Points: 31034    
Does this count?
 Reply by: DaveBuech      Posted: Jun. 14, 5:54:22 PM     Points: 0    
Largest fish from land was this 49 in Redfish caught in Fla.

Largest,so far in CO was a 28 in Cuttbow from Spinney
 Reply by: xavierk31      Posted: Jun. 14, 7:07:57 PM     Points: 3053    
Unfortunately I dont have a picture of it but the biggest fish Ive caught was a 40 true Muskie.
Biggest one I have a picture of is this Walleye. 28 if I remember right.
 Reply by: wickedfisha      Posted: Jun. 14, 7:39:03 PM     Points: 1485    
Gwill-

That walleye from Chatty is something else! What a friggin pig! And these are some great catches all around folks!
 Reply by: antman      Posted: Jun. 18, 6:50:23 AM     Points: 70    
Not a good picture. PB 31 lb Mack. Released of course.
 Reply by: SirGreg88      Posted: Jun. 18, 9:36:35 PM     Points: 31    
My #15 from you know where. It was 2 degrees with a stiff wind as the ice was just peeling off about 12 years ago. Notice the bent elbow. HaHa. Photo taken by the late Jim Collins.
 Reply by: SGM      Posted: Jun. 19, 8:07:57 AM     Points: 9425    
Here are 2 from fresh and salt water.

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