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It’s wild to think this is my 9th catalog with Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures. When I look back and think about all the adventures over the years, it just feels, well, unbelievable. I am very fortunate to work for such a great company, with an incredible team, and long-lasting global friends.
It’s also really nice to work for a company that gives back to the very communities we work in. YDFA created The Yellow Dog Community and Conservation Foundation (YDCCF) in 2016 as a means of providing direct support to communities, fisheries, and ecosystems where great angling is found. In the first five years, YDCCFhas granted over $1 million to over 60 projects worldwide, funding projects both large and small that focus on conservation, education and community growth, and resilience. + Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures: https://www.yellowdogflyfishing.com/ + Yellow Dog Community & Conservation Foundation: https://www.ydccf.org/
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EDITORIAL | THE FLYFISH JOURNAL 13.2 Published Editorial
I’m always thrilled when I see my work in print. It’s nice to relive those small moments again. A big thanks to those who help make these a reality. Anglers, sponsors, and the lodges, without you these images wouldn’t be possible.
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WEBSITE IMAGE Millie Paini + Karlie Roland + Idaho
I had the pleasure of working with Millie Paini and Karlie Roland this past year on the famed Henry’s Fork River in Idaho. It’s always fun shooting with friends at a location that is near and dear to my heart.
Big thanks to our friends at TroutHunter Lodgein Island Park, Idaho, for the continued support.