EDITORIAL | DRAKE MAGAZINE SPRING 2017


Spring Issue 2017, Volume 19.1

The new Spring issue of the Drake Magazine jsut hit the fly shops. This issue is not to be overlooked; it’s chock-full of original content from great writers and skilled photographers. It’s always a pleasure to see those images on paper and relive those moments again.

Its always an honor to see your name in the contributors section. But it takes a real team effort to create images and photograph dreams. Big thanks to my team and all those anglers, editors, lodges, guides, booking agents and supporters who help make these images come to life.

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.

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




PICTURED HERE - Miles LaRos: Sportsmans Lodge,
Matt Clawson and Jake Wells: Big Horn River Lodge,
William Bland: Fly Castaway - Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures


EDITORIAL | THE FLYFISH JOURNAL

TFFJ || Volume 8 Issue 2
Published / Editorial

The new issue of The FlyFish Journal is hot off the press. Its always an honor when one of my images accompanies the work of superb writers. Be sure to check out the words penned by Mike Sepelak in the new issue.

Head down to your local shop and grab yourself a copy or order a subscription, you won’t be disappointed.

+ The FlyFish Journal: http://www.theflyfishjournal.com/
+ Mike Sepelak: http://www.mikesgonefishing.com/


EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAG

EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE
Fall 2017

I’m pleased to see a few of my images made it into the new issue of American Angler Magazine. Ironically, the TOC image of the brook trout skin are both from the same location and shoot.
Big thanks to Rick Matney for always getting it done.

Head down to your local shop and grab a copy, or better yet, get a yearly subscription and never miss an issue.
+ American Angler Magazine –  http://www.americanangler.com/

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EDITORIAL | FLY FISHERMAN

EDITORIAL | FLY FISHERMAN MAGAZINE
image accompanying an article

The summer issue of Fly Fisherman is packed with some really great content. I am very happy to be able to contribute an image to a feature article penned by Yvon Chouinard. This one is not too be missed, as always he has great insight, I really enjoy his thoughts and lessons. All this and much more in the current issue so be sure to grab a copy when your at your local shop or download it electronically… or both!

+ Fly Fisherman Magazine, Lessons From A Simple Fly
 http://www.flyfisherman.com/fly-tying/yvon-chouinard-lessons-from-a-simple-fly/

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EDITORIAL | THE FLYFISH JOURNAL 7.4

EDITORIAL | THE FLYFISH JOURNAL 7.4
Published Editorial

It’s great to see his mug in print. This is a portrait of one of the fishiest, hardest working, most genuine people I know, my roommate, Rick Matney. All this and more from other great photographers and writers in the new issue of the FlyFish Journal.

Head down to your local shop and grab yourself a copy or order a subscription, you won’t be disappointed.
  + The FlyFish Journal – http://www.theflyfishjournal.com/

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EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAG

EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE
Henry’s Fork – Island park, Idaho

In the latest issue of American Angler Magazine this image accompanies author James P. Spica Jr.’s article “Going Dark” where he explores fishing at night for monster trout. Its great to see this image of Jon Stiehl in print.

+ American Angler Magazine –  http://www.americanangler.com/

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EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE

EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE
May/June 2016

I’m always thrilled to see my images in print, no matter how big or how small or the location where it’s placed. It’s just really nice to hold an actually printed photograph. I had an image squeak into the new issue of American Angler May/June 2016 issue. It’s an opening image for the feature article, “Supersize”. Fitting as this image was taken with my friend Rick Matney who certainly likes to catch super sized fish.

Head down to your local shop to get your copy today, or better yet, sign up for a yearly subscription.

+ American Angler Magazine – http://www.americanangler.com/

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AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE | EDITORIAL

AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE | EDITORIAL
January/February 2016

I’m always thrilled to see my images in print, no matter how big or how small or the location where it’s placed. It’s just really nice to hold a photograph. I had a few images make it into the American Angler January/February 2016 issue. TroutHunter Henry’s Fork River guide, Brad Miller, was shot here spinning up one of his monster Salmonflies for the upcoming big bug season. It’s certainly a staple in my box.

Head down to your local shop to get your copy today, or better yet, sign up for a yearly subscription.

+ American Angler Magazine – http://www.americanangler.com/

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AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE | EDITORIAL

AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE | EDITORIAL
Bristol Bay, Alaska

I’m always thrilled to see my images in print, no matter how big or how small or the location where its placed. Of course the cover shot is the most coveted and then on down the layout list it goes. Often time’s images accompany articles and tid-bits. I couldn’t be more happy to see this image tied in with an article that needs some much needed attention in the day and age of “grip and cringe” and targeting big spawners off their beds.

The fishing media is exploding, for better and for worse. It’s up to those who have the power to say something and do something to act with a voice and a backbone and help educate all anglers to the sport. Fly Fishing is a big hit amongst the hip outdoor crowd now, and although they are consciously eating at the lasted whole food stores in the city, they are unknowingly hurting the very thing they so called love and protect, nature. From hot spotting locations, to fishing when the temps are too hot, to raping big vulnerable spawning fish off their beds in hopes to drop the latest ‘gram, things are certainly changing, for the worse?

Bravo to both the author and the editors for running such a hot topic. I hope to see more articles like this in the future and I hope that those who enjoy nature become more educated in their actions…ignorance isn’t actually bliss. Head down to your local shop to get your copy today, or better yet, sign up for a yearly subscription.

+ American Angler Magazine –  http://www.americanangler.com/
 + Author: Jessica McGlothlin – http://www.jessmcglothlinmedia.com/

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BIG AGNES CATALOG 2015

BIG AGNES CATALOG 2015
Las Pampas, Chubut, Argentina

The Big Agnes dropped the new 2015 catalog and I am grateful to see I was able to sneak one in there. This image brings back such great memories, an expedition I’ll never forget. I can’t believe its been a year already.. and it’s almost time to pack to head back down again!

This image of environmental steward Yvon Chouinard was captured on location during a film expedition to the remote Andes Mountain’s of Argentina for an up coming film conservational film titled Finding Fontinalis. The team was well equipped with the latest in quality and technology with Big Agnes gear and we cold have been more pleased. Thanks BA!

+ Big Agnes –  https://www.bigagnes.com/

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