PATAGONIA FISH | Fall workbook 2017 Argentina & Alaska
The new Patagonia Fish workbook for the Fall 2017 line-up is hot off the press and in the hands of dealer and reps. I was blown away to see my good friend Augustine Fox on the cover. I think it captures nicely the very essence of Agustin (Oggy) Fox, Argentina and the Patagonia brand. it was a memorable day! Another surprise was seeing this image of Yvon make it to print, ironically this was a day we all spent with our good pal Oggy.
A big thank you to all those folks who allow me to follow them around with my camera and document small significant moments of your life.
The Fly Fisherman Magazine 2017 Gear Guide has recently hit the newsstands! I’m happy to see that an image from our Alaskan shoot last year made the cover. This image of angler Camille Egdorf was taken in while on location shooting for Yellow Dog Fly Fishing Adventures. We were searching for the elusive Sea Run Rainbow Trout with Rick Matney when she hooked into this gem. It was a great trip with great friends. I hope to one day see to the temperate rainforest of the great white north again, it really is the last of the salmon (and steelhead) forests.
Head down to your local shop and grab a copy, or better yet, get a yearly subscription and never miss an issue.
I am very pleased to see this image on the cover of the 2016 issue of the Steelheaders Journal. It’s always nice to see your hard work in print and its even nice’r to see your work on the cover. I couldn’t be more happy. This image is of Rick Mantey releasing a chrome steelhead back into the native waters of Alaska.
Grab a copy from your local shop … or order one today! + Steelheaders Journal:http://www.steelheadersjournal.com/
I was certainly happy to get the call to head to Southeast Alaska this past spring. This remote temperate rainforest is a place of adventure, wonder and some of the best wild steelhead fishing around. The weather, the climate, the tides, the terrain and just trying to get there also makes it one of the most vigorous angling exploits imaginable, the temperate rainforest is not for the faint of heart. However, besides the constant uphill battle, this is also one of the most thrilling adventures a fly angler can have! It was a fun week of crab, prawns, and steelhead. I can’t wait to return.
For more on the trip and to book your trip be sure to check out the Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures trip report on the blog and the link to the complete stock image archives.
ATTN: SERIOUS ANGLERS| OPEN SEATS AVAILABLE ON UPCOMING ADVENTURES St, Brandons Atoll-Mauritius, Wrangell-Alaska, Kamchatka-Russia
Are you a serious angler looking for a trip of a lifetime? Join me for one of my upcoming adventures. I have a few slots open for the individual seeking a trip of adventure and the unknown. These are very adventurous trips with some of the best fishing found anywhere on the planet! This is not a big group of hosted anglers, rather a small select few. All persons should be in good physical condition; these trips require a lot of wade fishing and tons of action. Global Rescue is required for St. Brandon’s and Russia.
Looking for a few serious anglers. Please contact me for details –> firstname.lastname@example.org
+NOW! ST. BRANDON’S ATOLL: Monster bonefish and GT’s – March 30-April 13 – 1 spot + SOUTHEAST ALASKA: Wild remote Steelhead – April 17-23 – a few spots avail + KAMCHATKA: Mouse eating rainbows – Exploratory – July 25-8th – 1 spot
I’ve been fortunate to meet and photograph people from all different walks of life. Portraiture is not my strong suit but I enjoy attempting to capture people in their free unaltered moments.
1. Larry Keel – Last Chance, Idaho
2. Antonio of Asunta Village – Amazon Jungle, Bolivia
3. Rick Matney – Wrangell, Alaska
4. Rene Harrop – Henry’s Fork River, Idaho
4. Eric Grinnell – Bow River, Alberta, Canada
5. River Buddies participant
6. Pat Gaffney – Madison River, Montana
AURORA BOREALIS | 16 SECOND TIME-LAPSE Wrangell, Alaska
I’ve accumulated dozens of time-lapse shorts over the years. I’ll be slowly trickling these out from time to time. This was shot during an assignment in Alaska in 2014. The night before our departure I randomly walked outside and by luck I spotted the starting of the Northern Lights. I scrambled for my gear and set-up a time-lapse. I got lucky, right place and the right time.
DRAKE MAGAZINE | EDITORIAL Published Editorial Fall 2016
I am very pleased to see a few of my images made their way into the new issue of The Drake Magazine. It’s great to see these on printed on paper! A big thank you to all those who helped make these images a possibility.
Anglers: Brad Miler & Camille Egdorf.
If you’re not a subscriber, just head down to your local so and grab a copy — or if you want it on the go download it to your digital tablet — just think of it as an early worthwhile Christmas present.
EDITORIAL | THE FLYFISH JOURNAL 7.1 Published Editorial
I’m always very excited to see images on on actual paper. There’s no substitute for holding a magazine and turning the pages. I’m thrilled to see these images made it to the final cut. They bring back such great memories. A big thanks to those that help make these images possible – anglers, sponsors and lodges – without you these images wouldn’t be possible.