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Better Fish Pictures

I am going to be incredibly lazy with my blog post today, all I am going to do is copy a blog done by my co-worker and buddy Greg Wagner.  Don’t worry, he knows I am doing it. Greg recently wrote a blog on taking better fish pictures.  It is a very good blog and I want to circulate it even more: How To Take Better Fish Photos Greg Wagner July 10, 2018 Whether you or your fishing partner have landed the fish …

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How To Take Better Fish Photos

Whether you or your fishing partner have landed the fish of a lifetime, a neat looking fish, a more unique species, or a memorable outing casting a line, here are some great tips for better fish/fishing photography from two professional photographers/outdoor writers at Field & Stream Magazine – T. Edward Nickens and Tim Romano, longtime Missouri River fly fishing guide and outfitter in Montana – Mark Raisler, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Fisheries Biologist – Daryl Bauer, plus yours truly. These easy-to-follow tips should help you better capture that priceless fishing moment with …

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Wanna See Some Fish?

People are fascinated by big fish, even photos of big fish.  I learned that a long time ago.  If you want to see some, some big fish photos that is, Y102 in Kearney and The Boat Dock in Grand Island are currently running a “Wishin’ I Was Fishin’ Contest”. You can see a bunch of fish, some big fish, most caught in Nebraska, and some really good photos that have been entered in their contest, Wishin’ I Was Fishin’ Album. …

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Secrets Exposed

Some of you will recall my blog post from a week ago about taking quality fish pictures, Hero Shot. Today I must come clean and admit my fish-photo secrets have been revealed. “Busted!” Never fear, you can have your own “fish fingers“. Have a great weekend, everyone!

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