I vote for Maggie's Grass carp. It was a giant.
Id like to nominate two, since one is myself.....This Goldeye of Greenwood's was one of the most memorable of the fish I saw entered.
Look at the size of that goldeye!
"It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees" -Emiliano Zapata
Yeah, that Goldeye is a freak. Hard choice here.
I'd like to nominate these fish for consideration:
Mike B's Inconnu:
Mike B's Massive Northern Pike:
Maggie's Grass Carp:
Maggie's Black Buffalo
TonyS' Fixed-line River Redhorse:
Flytyin' Joel's Heavy Metal Sturgeon:
Do not meddle in the affairs of BAGMAN, for thou art crunchy and good with Old Bay seasoning...
I nominate Greenwood's goldeye. Probably a world record by the looks of it.
Greenwood’s Goldeye, hands down! Nothing else really compares, to be completely honest
that goldeye is something else. Mike b’s pike looks like it could eat an 8 year old. Both outrageous. I think that goldeye takes it though. It has to be some sort of record.
Greenwood's huge Goldeye or Joel's extremely cool looking Sturgeon.
Marge’s grass carp, gwooody’s goldeye that looks like it takes blood pressure pills or Joel’s sturg. Gotta be one of those three. But wait mike B’s pike....or Hengelar’s conny... to hard to chose I pick them all
Ya just Can't catch um from the couch.
BTW IGFA all tackle world record for goldeye at 3lb 13oz ..... I think that one has it beat by quite a bit!
I'm gonna have to nominate Josh Knuth's magnificent striped bass. He caught that beast from the top of a high bridge, so many many miles away from the ocean. That great fish was not the product of an impoundment or lake, just a big mean ole striper that swam upstream to eat and f**k sh*t up. It was pretty cool to see and the photo shows a pretty astounded Josh
Greenwood's goldeye. Not even a question.
I vote for The Wood's Goldeye Tank, too.
Fishn sure is neat
Marge's Grass Carp and Joel's Sturg.
Roughfishing is the act of fishing for all species: game, rough, and micro. Roughfishing is more of a lifestyle to me, rather than just a hobby.