GRAY’S SPORTING JOURNAL: PHOTO ESSAY // RUSSIAN SPRING

PHOTO ESSAY | KAMCHATKA PENINSULA
57° N 160° E – West of Russia Mainland

The Senanda River is mousing heaven if I’ve ever seen one. It’s not the fishing that draws me back here, it’s the overall experience. The landscape, the camp fires, the people, the food, the wildlife and then, of course, there is the fish. It was incredible to see a forest that is still relatively untouched and truly wild. Big thanks to Tom, Alejandro and James for letting me tag along with my camera daily.

This issue is packed with great articles and some impressive photo essays, it’s not one to be missed.
Be sure to head down to your local shop and grab yourself a copy or better yet, order a subscription, you won’t be disappointed.

Gray’s Sporting Journal
Vol. Forty-two, Issue 3
Photo Essay: Russian Spring
https://www.grayssportingjournal.com/
https://www.grayssportingjournal.com/russian-spring/





This essay is from my trip last year while on assignment for Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures

NEXT STOP, THE GREAT WHITE NORTH

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES, YUKON & ONTARIO BOUND
On Assignment: Part I 

My bags are packed, Global Rescue and SAT phone in tow and I am heading out the door for a few weeks. I was thrilled to get the call to head to the Great White North accompanying Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures program director Shaun Lawson. Shaun and I will be headed to several remote locations over the course of the next few weeks, including the Arctic Circle. We will be targeting char, lake trout, brookies, pike and maybe a few other fin’d species. This is the first leg of my Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures summer tour. There are a numerous locations lined for up for the next few months, stay tuned!

+ Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures: http://www.yellowdogflyfishing.com

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Plummers Lodge
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