G&F bragging board: Our popular Camera Corner features reader photos from successful trips in the field or on the water.
Here is the latest batch of shared photos (information supplied by readers). Game & Fish online publishes reader photos three times a week.
First Nice One
Matthew Eisel, 11, of Chesapeake caught this 6lb 12oz bass that measured 23″ long giving him his first citation while floating a shiner in a private pond in Chesapeake.
- Taken At: Chesapeake, Va.
- Taken On: 08/04/2016
- With: Matthew Eisel
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Full Bloom Wood Duck
On the very last day of duck season I was awoken by Matt who I was hunting with. Got layered up and drove a couple of hours to the spot within an hour of getting there the ducks started to work. Out of nowhere without warning three ducks weaving through the trees came in hot as I threw up the gun I shot and downed him.
- Taken At: Whitmire, SC
- Taken On: 02/04/2017
- With: William Murphy
After deciding to go home nothing was biting , my 5 year old son Lance Carter casted out one last time with a floating jerk bait near a dock and caught this pig. Caught in a pond in Gladys Va.
- Taken At: Gladys
- Taken On: 04/11/2017
- With: Lance Carter
Personal Best Smallie
Caught my personal best Smallmouth while kayak fishing Sugar Creek in Montgomery County. Fish was 19″ long and caught on a chartreuse Rebel Craw.
- Taken At: Sugar Creek, Montgomery County, Ind.
- Taken On: 04/10/2017
- With: Jeremiah Lee Thompson
Took my daughter fishing and she landed this nice 22′ Redfish
- Taken At: Crystal River, Fla.
- Taken On: 12/29/2016
- With: Cailyn Sheffield
Dominic (3 years) loves to fish and is proud to show off the largemouth bass he caught out of his great grandparents pond!
- Taken At: Park Hills
- Taken On: 04/09/2017
- With: Dominic Barnes
Southern Minnesota Gobbler
Before we set up about 50 yards away from where this big Tom was roosted, we set a lone hen on the field edge about 20 yards opposite the clump of brush we were hunkered down behind. After getting his attention with a few cuts from my box call, he flew down. Instead of coming right in, (like they do on tv), he proceeded to have a staring get contest with our hen. Within a minute he walked away leaving us to think he wasn’t interested. We knew better. There were still 4 gobblers roosted witin 100-150 yards around us without sight or sound of a hen. After 15 minutes of hard to get he returned. Even though he never strutted or even made a peep, his presence was certainly noticed. As soon as he finally gave into our decoy, he walked right past me, presenting a clean shot at 7 yards.
- Taken At: Fillmore County
- Taken On: 04/30/2016
- With: Andy Ness
Big Little Bass
Crappie fishing; this was the first fish of the day.
- Taken At: Chattanooga, Tennessee.
- Taken On: 09/08/2016
- With: Keith Cannon