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Antietam Slab Photoshopped - NOT
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SubmitterYepMore Photos from Yep   CategoryFish   Last Update2009/6/28 8:37
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Been getting alot of flack since posting the last pic - about my pic being photo-shopped - So, just to satisfy all the critics here is another pic of same fish (trust me, I have plenty) caught early evening by Chris M. on Antietam Creek (unspecified location, of course)

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Published: 2009/6/28 12:26  Updated: 2009/6/28 12:57
Joined: 09/09/2006
From: Gettysburg
Comments: 439
 Re: Antietam Slab Photoshopped - NOT
Don't take the photoshop accusation posts seriously - very few of us buy that. Frankly, I think it's a great photo of what appears to be a heckuva nice wild brown in the 20" range. I'd be curious to know if it was caught in PA or MD but I respect your right to keep the location a secret.
Nice fish,
Published: 2009/6/28 12:49  Updated: 2009/6/28 12:49
Joined: 05/08/2009
Comments: 15
 Re: Antietam Slab Photoshopped - NOT
What'd it eat?
Published: 2009/6/28 15:17  Updated: 2009/6/28 15:17
Joined: 11/19/2008
From: Hagerstown, MD
Comments: 266
 Re: Antietam Slab Photoshopped - NOT
Very nice brown. I do not buy the argument that it is photoshopped. I've taken a couple nice browns out of the Antietam, but non of that magnitude. There are plenty of wild browns in that stream and I would not hesitate to say that your's is streambred. Good Job!!!
Published: 2009/7/9 0:25  Updated: 2009/7/9 0:27
Joined: 07/08/2009
Comments: 1
 Re: Antietam Slab Photoshopped - NOT
Thanks for all the good comments fellow fly guys. I'm actually the one holding the fish but It wouldn’t have all happened without Troy who was right there to take the excellent pics. I have to say I've fished a lot of local and regional waters and who would have guessed this one was lying where she was. Def. a fish of a lifetime. I'm actually getting an artificial mount (first one ever) of this fish. And I can assure anyone that I'm not a trophy hunter or even out for the glory. But this one couldn’t just sit in the picture folder of my computer. I'm in it for the experience and connection to a wonderfully rewarding sport. And for the creation and protection of superb environments such as the ones we have here in PA.
p.s Don’t overlook any water that looks fishy. And always practice c&r. You and others will be rewarded.
Published: 2009/10/29 23:50  Updated: 2009/10/29 23:54
Joined: 12/29/2008
From: Frederick, MD & New Philly, OH
Comments: 24
 Re: Antietam Slab Photoshopped - NOT
That fish is a beautiful fish! Just wondering if it was caught just above the rt. 997 bridge where the "club" waters are? It's very possible that it's even wild. I was disappionted when I just happened to trespass by stream into their waters one day. I was greeted by a man from VA who boasted of catching a 27inch brown before I stomped and trespassed through "their" hatchery, I mean club water. It is unfortunate because a trib to it supports an excellent population and stocking is in my opinion is ignorant for that stretch. Same problem with the trib (some of you know which one I mean) and down the road at beaver creek (3 feeders!!!). I hate catching stocked fish, just my two cents and not trying to rain on your parade. But many people dont care about stocking over healthy populations of fish.
Published: 2011/7/7 20:39  Updated: 2011/7/7 20:39
Joined: 07/07/2011
From: South Central,PA
Comments: 187
 Re: Antietam Slab Photoshopped - NOT
beautiful! I live in Waynesboro and enjoy fishing the Antietam. It being my hometown stream, it's my favorite to fish... I'm determined to figure out where this one was caught!

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