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Outdoors photo gallery: June 20, 2013

Submitted - Mike Reitano was fly fishing for trout on Yellow Creek in Indiana County using a white wooly bugger on a 4X tippet when he landed a 27-inch carp. He caught several trout and bass that day, but the carp was his most interesting, landing it only after a long fight.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Submitted</em></div>Mike Reitano was fly fishing for trout on Yellow Creek in Indiana County using a white wooly bugger on a 4X tippet when he landed a 27-inch carp. He caught several trout and bass that day, but the carp was his most interesting, landing it only after a long fight.
Submitted - Thirteen-year-old Chucky Webb IV took his first spring gobbler this year. Hunting with his dad in Derry, he took this 15-pound bird. It had a 4-inch beard.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Submitted</em></div>Thirteen-year-old Chucky Webb IV took his first spring gobbler this year. Hunting with his dad in Derry, he took this 15-pound bird. It had a 4-inch beard.
Submitted - Tom Bray of Reserve Township last killed a turkey in the fall of 1975 before scoring again this spring. Bray, 83, was hunting with friend Larry Weir when he took his first-ever spring gobbler, an 18-pounder with a 15-inch beard.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Submitted</em></div>Tom Bray of Reserve Township last killed a turkey in the fall of 1975 before scoring again this spring. Bray, 83, was hunting with friend Larry Weir when he took his first-ever spring gobbler, an 18-pounder with a 15-inch beard.
Submitted - Robbie Longanecker of North Huntingdon holds the 16-inch, two-pound crappie he caught at Loyalhanna Lake. The fish hit a rubber worm.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Submitted</em></div>Robbie Longanecker of North Huntingdon holds the 16-inch, two-pound crappie he caught at Loyalhanna Lake. The fish hit a rubber worm.
Submitted - Fifteen-year-old Luke Benzinger of Trafford holds a 15-inch, two-pound largemouth bass he caught at Raystown Lake. The fish hit an artificial worm.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Submitted</em></div>Fifteen-year-old Luke Benzinger of Trafford holds a 15-inch, two-pound largemouth bass he caught at Raystown Lake. The fish hit an artificial worm.
- Eleven-year-old Paul Hope of North Huntingdon had quite a spring gobbler season. Hunting private property in Penn Township with his dad, Paul, under the mentored youth program just days after passing his hunter safety course, he bagged this fine gobbler. The bird weighed 24 pounds and had a 10-inch bird and 1 1/8-inch spurs.
Eleven-year-old Paul Hope of North Huntingdon had quite a spring gobbler season. Hunting private property in Penn Township with his dad, Paul, under the mentored youth program just days after passing his hunter safety course, he bagged this fine gobbler. The bird weighed 24 pounds and had a 10-inch bird and 1 1/8-inch spurs.

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