Camera Corner: Holy Crappie, Zebco 33 Battle, Big 'Bow

Reader submitted photo

Game & Fish's popular Camera Corner is where readers share their photos from successful trips in the field or on the water.

With wild turkey hunting opening this month in many states in the country, it seems like a good time to share some reader-submitted photos of successful trips into the woods (information supplied by readers):

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Holy Crappie!

8 year old, Thomas Williams Jr caught this fish while ice fishing a lake located in Saratoga Springs NY.

  • Taken At: Saratoga Springs NY
  • Taken On: 01/10/2017
  • With: Thomas Williams Jr

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Zebco 33 Battle

This is a picture of Jett Jelinek, 7, with a 7ib1oz Lunker Bass that he caught on a Zebco 33 (4 X his age) and nightcrawler at a farm pond while visiting Grandpa and Grandma in Eastern NE.

  • Taken At: Eastern NE Farm Pond
  • With: Jett Jelinek

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West Virginia Rainbow Trout

This fish is 24 inches and 7 lb, 1 oz. Caught it on a 6 foot ultra lite rod with 4 pound test using cheese Power Bait. Took me around 15 minutes to finally get it in where my buddy, Jorden Rollyson, could net it for me. Caught it at lower Shavers in Randolph County. Caught on March 3, 2017 around 2:00 pm.

  • Taken At: Randolph County
  • Taken On: 03/03/2017
  • With: Bo Drummond

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50 incher

  • Taken At: Green River, Ky.
  • Taken On: 02/21/2017
  • With: Eric Cole

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Teach 'Em Young

My oldest son kayden and his 1st prize catch. He's the 4th generation of the smerud line to be hooked on hooking lunkers.

  • Taken At: Hamel
  • Taken On: 07/07/2016
  • With: Kayden Smerud

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First Squirrel

Cooper Ellis got his first squirrel this year, even a broken arm couldn't slow him down!

  • Taken At: Faulkner County, Ark
  • Taken On: 12/01/2016
  • With: Cooper Ellis

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 49LB Flathead

Spending the day out with the family and I hooked this monster of a fish. I was using cut skipjack and casting from the bank with casts approximatley 30 yards out. It turned out to be an exciting day.

  • Taken At: Land between the Lakes, Tennessee
  • Taken On: 03/04/2017
  • With: Paul Duran

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Late Grandfather's Tradition

Grandpa Lyle started the fishing teaching and passed the love of the outdoors down 4 generations so far recently passed on but never forgotten..

  • Taken At: Minnetonka
  • Taken On: 06/16/2014
  • With: Lyle Smerud, Cameron Smerud

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Texas Drum

We reached the dike on the right side of the bolivar ferry landing and were using dead shrimp on size 2 hooks with 2oz sinker and 12lb mono line and landed this big red drum after 45 mins of reeling in and out.

  • Taken At: Bolivar Ferry Landing
  • Taken On: 02/07/2016
  • With: Syed Masood

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