What is the standard for Trophy Pics!?

6/13/14 @ 12:26 PM
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Keeper of the Gate
Keeper of the Gate
USER since 7/18/05
Not submission. Admiration.
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3/16/15 @ 9:16 AM
Robbollio
Robbollio
USER since 10/17/04
Every time Macho! ;) I need to get one of those fIsheye infisherman lenses that they use! Lol!

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3/16/15 @ 7:06 AM
machoprogrammer
machoprogrammer
USER since 1/19/07
Be sure to hold the fish at full arms length away from you to make the fish appear to be three times as big

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3/15/15 @ 10:05 PM
Robbollio
Robbollio
USER since 10/17/04
I generally take pics of anything if I randomly feel like it. Otherwise my personal 'trophy' lengths would be pike 35+, walleye 20+, bass 20+, musky 40+. Ive caught many of every species over those lengths but the quest continues for more! I love fishing.....

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3/15/15 @ 4:44 PM
ocetp
ocetp
USER since 7/7/01
Trophy, with universal admiration: Pike 38" Smallie 20" Walleye 28"

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3/14/15 @ 9:18 AM
pool 9 cathunter
pool 9 cathunter
USER since 9/23/14
I'll take pics of just about any size fish. Don't do it all the time but as mentioned I like them for the memories. The past couple of years I've been using a go pro a lot so I've taken considerably less still pics though.

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3/14/15 @ 8:13 AM
ayeFeesh
ayeFeesh
USER since 5/17/11
I've taken trophy pics of some relatively small fish. 28-30" pike, 15" bass or even 18-24" walleyes. Sometimes its more about the memories those pictures represent than the size of the fish.

I will say, I generally agree with the first post though.

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3/13/15 @ 9:26 PM
shadling1
shadling1
USER since 1/17/12
I couldn't tell you since I generally fish alone. So for me what ever I can remember I guess. Wondering

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3/13/15 @ 8:39 PM
SnakeSter
SnakeSter
MEMBER since 7/9/12
I'll go with Gill. Pretty darn close. It also depends on the situation. If it was in the middle of the biggest storm you've ever been out there in, then maybe a little lower. I'm getting my daughters first 18" mounted and should be done anytime now. Good call Gill.

Edited on 3/13/15 8:43 PM
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3/13/15 @ 8:00 PM
Gill 1774
Gill 1774
USER since 6/17/03
Bass 18" or better, bluegills 10" up, crappies 15" up and walley probably 26" up, just my opinion.

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