February 2013 Reader Photos

Browse through the latest gallery of our readers' best fish shots. Did you make the cut? Send in your photos today!

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WE WANT TO SEE YOUR PHOTOS! Send your best shots with the details of your catch, full name and hometown to editor@flyfishinsalt.com. We'll highlight our favorites on the site and our Facebook page, and the cream of the crop could appear in_ Fly Fishing in Salt Waters _magazine. In this gallery of photos, we credit the angler and their catch. Obviously, the more information included with the photo, the better the caption. Here's an albie I caught in September of last year off Fishers Island on my 8 weight. As I am resident in the UK, it was a real privilege to fish these hallowed waters. In all, over 3 days, I caught some 17 albies and some very large blues. Can't wait to get back there. Mike Cuell
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Chad Perlyn can handle a bit of rain.
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Danny Cambria got up close and personal with this tuna.
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Danny Cambria with tuna.
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Danny Cambria with tuna.
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Danny Cambria's tuna head.
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Danny Cambria with the hookup.
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This unknown angler had this to say: "Here is my favorite pic of saltwater fly fishing in sea from the past. Great web page, it’s always a pleasure to follow your posts."
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Dr. Bernie Loewenthal caught this false albacore (bonita) about ¼ miles west of Naples, Florida, using an 8-weight floating line and a brown muddler.
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Tom Levy with a nice redfish.
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Richard Curran with a fun snook.
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Kesley Gallagher and her largest redfish to date from the waters near New Orleans (and Mardi Gras). Credit goes to Captain Greg Dini.
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David Wratchford with a nice albie off of Montauk, NY.
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Charles Tindall with a nice redfish.
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Charles Tindall with a nice redfish.
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Charles Tindall with a nice redfish.
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Charles Tindall with a cute tripletail.
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Charles Tindall with a speedy bonefish.
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Charles Tindall with a chunky permit.
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Charles Tindall had some help with this bonefish.
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Charles Tindall with a nice snook.
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Skipper Gentry landed this 19.4 pound cobia on 8-pound tippet in Bimini, Bahamas.
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Mashpee Raymond Avitable fishing the Cotuit Narrows near Cape Cod.
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Cindy Howard with a permit in Belize.
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Cindy Howard with a permit in Belize.
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Greg Becker with a false albacore.
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Graham Clarke caught this African Pompano at the Lighthouse, Ease Cape, Baja Mexico.Picasa
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Graham Clarke caught this African Pompano at the Lighthouse, Ease Cape, Baja Mexico.Picasa
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Bob Rifchin and a nice striper.
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Bob Rifchin and a nice shore-caught striper.
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Bob Rifchin and a nice striper.
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Joe Sakaduski landed this jack crevalle in the marsh, down near New Orleans this fall.
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Anthony Chubon with a fun snook.
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Webb Jackson with a nice redfish from a trip to Chokoloskee.
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Webb Jackson with a nice redfish from a trip to Chokoloskee.
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Steve Di Pillo with a striper caught on a beach near Long Island, NY.
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Craig Caldwell says: "Okay so it looks empty. It was. I found this off Grand Guana Cay in the Bahamas. No one around all week ... Heaven."
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Drew Chicone with a fun redfish.
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Drew Chicone with a chunky snook.
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Drew Chicone with a hard-fighting jack crevalle.
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Drew Chicone with a lengthy snook. WE WANT TO SEE YOUR PHOTOS! Send your best shots with the details of your catch, full name and hometown to editor@flyfishinsalt.com. We'll highlight our favorites on the site and our Facebook page, and the cream of the crop could appear in_ Fly Fishing in Salt Waters _magazine.