August 12, 2014
Our talented female anglers are making the best of the waning days of summer. Celebrating their prowess on the water will never end, however.
With more submissions than ever before, we're happy to give the girls of the Game & Fish Camera Corner the recognition they deserve.
Here's to the ladies of the great outdoors.
Submit your photos to the Camera Corner and you could be in the next edition of the Girls of Game & Fish.
Ellie Mae from Kentucky
Ellie Mae's beautiful day of fishing on Lake Cumberland complemented by a 15-pound, 29-inch striper.
Sonya from Idaho
She's a fly fisher who was worried about becoming "hooked" on rod and reel salmon. Looks like she has some discerning to do.
Christina from Minnesota
"I can't get enough of bass fishing."
Neither can we, Christina.
Brooke from Colorado
A once in a lifetime 46-inch snook.
Darcie from Florida
Gaffing a bonita while kite fishing in a tournament offshore Palm Beach.
Rosemary from Florida
Rosemary was finally able to check snakehead off her bucket list.
Jessica from North Carolina
38 weeks and still fishing...for two.
Brandy from Florida
Displaying her 16-pound, 31-inch grouper 50 miles out from Venice, Florida.
Julianne from South Carolina
Julianne's trophy while fishing a couples tournament with her fiancé.
Megan from Minnesota
Megan says she gets excited about the smaller fish, so this 37-inch northern explains that smile.
Rainy From Florida
Rainy posing with her redfish.
Katie from Indiana
20 plus bass within two hours makes for a memorable day.
Samantha from Florida
Samantha landed this 219-pound, monster tarpon while shore fishing for shark in Naples.
Debbie from Florida
The Sunshine State has some serious talent.
Chrissy from Minnesota
Chrissy with her bucketmouth bass.
Arielle from Michigan
Michigan's smallie master.
Laura from Arkansas
Laura caught this beauty while trolling at West Branch Reservoir in Ohio.
Kayla from California
Kayla doing what she does best.
Kayla from California
Kayla takes the "old man" out of Old Man and the Sea with her hard-earned yellowfin.
Stephanie from Virginia
The first bass Stephanie has ever caught, unhooked and cooked on her own.
Caitlin from Florida
Caitlin hooked both of these mutton snappers while chumming with oats over a reef in Islamorada, Florida.
Carrie from Florida
Carrie's first catch of the day on her favorite lure.
Lisa from Wisconsin
Fishing on her due date!
Mallory from Florida
"Fishing for sharks in Boca Grande, we had a tarpon surprise!"