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20 Best Camera Corner Photos for February

20 Best Camera Corner Photos for February

Last month, we launched our brand new Camera Corner app that allows you to upload your best fishing and hunting pictures, see them instantly, share them directly to Facebook and Twitter, and earn points that could win you FREE gear.

We had so many submissions flood in this February, that we want to share with you the best of the bunch. These suckers are impressive. There's Cole Horn who bagged a 10.5-inch Kentucky long beard at only six years old! Then at the other end of the spectrum, Fred Hale spends every day of his glorious retirement fishing, and in June of last year pulled up 30-pound, 42-inch striper in Missouri. Sounds like something we could get used to!

Kick back and check out the best photos from around the country:

Chelsea Berges

Chelsea caught this crappie at the Brushy Creek Recreation Area in Iowa.

Braylon Fortin

Eight-year-old Braylon Fortin caught this largemouth bass fishing with his Papa Ricky on Lake Russell in South Carolina.

Matt Brown

On Jan 25 it was about 6 degrees with a layer of snow on the ground and 15-20 mph wind. As I pulled my trail cam card out I was having some second thoughts about hunting that evening. As I stood at the base of my tree looking at the picture I quickly saw that I needed to get into the stand. At about 530 I saw a deer moving toward me through the woods. I soon realized it was the buck I was after. After a 20 yard shot and a tracking job I had my hands on a 165 inch buck.
-- Matt Brown

Amanda Sauer

Amanda Sauer, 15, of Camas Washington shot this bruiser 5x5 Blacktail during the 2013 Modern Rifle Season in the West Klickitat Unit. One shot with a 7mm.08 did the trick.
Mary Sauer

Jennifer Campbell

I caught this massive blue catfish Feb 8 2014 on Lake Wateree, SC with my husband Ashley Campbell. It weighed 66 pounds and was 53 inches long! It was close to the lake record.
Jennifer Campbell

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It was only 15 degrees out, but he stuck it out to catch 3 large chain pickerel. Cooper has been fishing with me in New York for the last 3 years and this was one of the few game fish that he had not caught.
— Ricbme

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Jorjanna Talley

My name is Jorjanna Talley I live in Attalla Alabama these crappie were caught in the Coosa River. I never weighed them but I found out it was a good catch! Just wanted to show that GIRLS CAN FISH TOO :)

Cameron Cavadini

Cameron Cavadini with his 8x7 Mill Creek Watershed, WA bull. (2013)

Fred Hale

Fred Hale, 78 years old, is retired and fishes everyday!

29.9 pounds, 42 inch Striper

Caught in the "Pot Hole" in Bull Shoals, right below the Powersite Dam by Forsyth Missouri

Landed using 8 lb. test line and a 1/8 ounce "Slider"

June 4, 2013

-- Kathy Hale

Cole Horn

Six-year-old Cole Horn took this 10.5-inch long beard during youth weekend 2013 in Kentucky.

Ryan Johnson

On January 31, 2014 at dusk I caught a female walleye on a tip-up fishing for northern pike on gull lake. The fish weighed in at 11 lbs 29" 19" girth. Gull lake is not known for walleye in fact, very few if any are caught in gull lake each year. What a surprise! I am Ryan Johnson from hickory corners michigan and excited to share this epic catch with you all.
Ryan Johnson

Quint Newell

Quint Newell caught these kings off the coast of Westport, WA.

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Ryan Bell

G&F reader Bruce Bell sent in this photo of his son Ryan who shot his first limit of ducks on the Feb 1st youth hunt at the Lonesome Mallard Duck Club in Gustine, CA.

Layton Mygrant

On the opening day of the Indiana Youth Turkey Season (4-20-2013), Layton Mygrant age-11 was successful by harvesting a fine gobbler in Pulaski County, Indiana. His father, Tom Mygrant was present with him during the hunt and is in the photo as well. Tom and Layton reside in Galveston, Indiana. The gobbler sported a 10 inch beard, weighed 22 lbs. with ¾ inch spurs. The bird was called into the decoy set-up at 9:30 a.m. The bird strutted and gobbled all the way in.

Tyler Schaefer

With a round of applause from the announcer's table, 15-year old Tyler Schaefer of Cleveland pulled up the largest fish at the German-Jefferson Sportsmen's Club annual ice fishing contest, held on West Lake Jefferson Sunday afternoon. Schaefer had to reach down into the hole to pull out the 6-pound, 4-ounce northern pike after it spit out the hook. He won $100 for his effort.
-- Kevin Schaefer

Photo by Richard Rohlfing/Le Center Leader

Jack Strachan

13-year-old Jack Strachan caught and landed this 10lb 1oz bass while fishing from the dam of a lake in Washington County, AL on February 22, 2014.

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Taryn Austin

My daughter Taryn caught these two bass unassisted on a local pond in Boynton Beach, FL yesterday (2/16/14)...Both were caught on a Zoom finesse worm on her 2nd & 3rd casts of the day.
-- Chad Austin

T-Man on Camera Corner

T-man shared this awesome greenhead photo from his hunt on Bayou Meto in Arkansas.

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