NORTHWEST FLY FISHING MAGAZINE | COVER AND PHOTO ESSAY, ALASKA

ALASKA SEA RUN RAINBOWS
July/August 2017

I’m delighted to see the new Cover and Exposure Section of the current issue of Northwest Fly Fishing Magazine. It’s always a humbling honor to be accepted for a cover and photo essay piece.

See this and much more in the current issue. Head on down to your local shop and grab yourself a print copy or order a dual subscription and get it on your iPad, you won’t be disappointed and won’t ever miss an issue.

Big thanks to anglers: Rick Matney, Tom Melvin, Camille Egdorf, Austin Trayser, James Warren

+ Chrome Chasers Lodge: http://chromechasers.com/
+ Northwest Fly Fishing Magazine: http://www.matchthehatch.com/NorthwestFlyFishing
+ Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures: https://www.yellowdogflyfishing.com/

 







 

EDITORIAL | FLY FISHERMAN MAGAZINE GEAR GUIDE 2017

EDITORIAL | FLY FISHERMAN MAGAZINE
Gear Guide 2017

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.

+ Fly Fisherman Magazine: http://www.flyfisherman.com/

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SOUTHEAST ALASKA | FIELD ASSIGNMENT

SEAK TRIP RECAP
Steelhead + Crab + Prawns = OH MY!

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.

+ Yellow Dog Blog Report: http://www.yellowdogflyfishing.com/blog/trip-report-chrome-chasers

+ Stock archive here: http://bryangregsonphoto.photoshelter.com/gallery/Chrome-Chasers-2016

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DRAKE MAGAZINE | EDITORIAL

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.

+ The Drake Magazine: http://www.drakemag.com/

 

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THE SACRIFICE OF A KING

KING SALMON | NUSHAGAK RIVER, ALASKA
Protect Bristol Bay Alaska

Chinook Salmon (or King Salmon) in full colors is a beautiful sight to see. These fish have only one job: to travel back to spawn and to die. They unselfishly and willingly give up their life so the next generations can survive and the ecosystem can utilize its decaying body to gain nutrients. The cycle of life, it is so fragile.

ANGLERS
+ Tom Melvin – Yellow Dog Alaskan Program director
+ Camille Egdorf: Head Guide Egdorf Western Alaska Sportfishing

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