We couldn’t be more pleased to see a few images from Kamchatka grace the pages of Fortune magazine. This was a great trip with great folks — Tom Melvin and James Carroll.
Kamchatka is still a completely wild place with incredible fishing. If you have ever dreamed of fishing remote, untouched rivers for large, aggressive, surface-feeding native rainbow trout, then this trip should be at the very top of your list.
This issue is has a lot of interesting articles and great adventure travel destinations, it’s not one to be missed.
Be sure to head down to your local newsstand and grab yourself a copy or better yet, order a subscription, you won’t be disappointed.
SIMMS FISHING: FALL 2019 Commercial Product Catalog and Advertising Photography
Simms Fishing Products has been manufacturing waders, boots and gear in the heart of Bozeman Montana for over 25-years. Our team had the opportunity to work on marketing materials this past year. A few resident anglers combined with our local rivers and mountain valley’s proved to be a fitting backdrop for this homegrown company. Although our team loves traveling globally for work, it was nice to work at home locally.
It takes a lot of motivated individuals to tackle a substantial shot list in a short amount of time. A big thank you to the production crews and our fantastic talent, we couldn’t have accomplished this without your efforts.
3M SCOTT FIRST RESPONDER CATALOG 2019 Scott Fire & Saftey
I’m always excited to see the final outcome of all the hard work that went into the shoot. We were hired as the principal photographer for the new 3M Scott First Responder marketing advertisement campaign. It was fun to be on the same famous Holywood set where projects including Iron Man 2, American Sniper and many others were filmed.
Big thanks to Paul Bourcq at Drift Media Productions, the Follow North/Northern Creative Consulting Agency, and the entire talent and crew for a successful collaborative effort. We couldn’t do any of this without you.
PHOTO ESSAY | ANDROS ISLAND 24° 25′ 59.99″ N -77° 56′ 59.99″ W – North Andros
I traveled around North Andros in the Bahamas with Ian Davis with the purpose of wade fishing for bonefish. One of the many great things about fly fishing on Andros Island is the extensive wading options. In certain areas, utilizing the tides, you can fish wade for bonefish all day with a just a spool of tippet, and a handful of flies. It’s also always a good idea to have a ‘cuda rod handy. The barracuda are also hunting bonefish. When planning what to bring, it also doesn’t hurt to toss in a few local Kalik beers for the celebratory ride home after a fun day of flats fishing. Big thanks to guides Solomon Murphy and Phillip Rolle for working hard to help us get into fish and the images.
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.
YELLOW DOG FLYFISHING ADVENTURES ON-THE-WATER PHOTO WORKSHOP El Pescador Lodge // Ambergris Caye, Belize
Bryan Gregson Photography, Jim Klug and Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventuresare pleased to announce the continuation and expansion of their popular fly fishing photography schools and workshops. These “On-the-Water Workshops” are designed for photographers of all skill levels and are a great chance for experienced shooters and aspiring photographers alike to join Yellow Dog instructors for a hands-on, adventure-filled outdoor and fishing photography workshop in the field. In November of 2019, our team of adventure angling photographers will once again lead an in-depth and immersive workshop on Ambergris Caye, Belize – one of our favorite destinations for photography. As with our previous schools, this year’s workshop will include daily classes, personalized instruction, field trips, guided fishing, all lodging, and meals.
Our On-the-Water Photography Workshops were created to offer a hands-on learning experience built around real-time fishing, travel and outdoor scenarios. These workshops are taught by working professionals who specialize in adventure angling and off-the-grid travel. Whether a participant is an advanced shooter or someone who is new to photography, this is a curriculum that provides the opportunity for shooters to “up their game” by delivering the tips and tools necessary to create great images. Each participant has the help of an instructor with almost every shot, creating a solid educational experience for all levels.
ONLY A FEW SPOTS LEFT
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Everyone! Whether you just purchased your first camera and are wondering what all those buttons are for or you’re a seasoned amateur to the intermediate photographer wanting to make the most of your fishing and travel photography, this workshop will advance your skill level and improve your photos in the field. With two working professional photographers instructing, we’re able (and happy) to teach and accommodate photographers of any skill level. The diversity of instruction and a curriculum designed specifically for outdoor, travel and fishing photography, this workshop will help you to “up your game” and make the most of your future fishing trips.
Jim’s new podcast was created for those that fish and for those that travel to fish. Dive into the what, why, where and how of destination angling, discussing relevant topics and breaking down the issues that matter to those who travel and fish.
It was undoubtedly humbling to be asked to sit down and talk fishing, life, and photography. Take a listen – I hope you enjoy it.
Waypoints with Jim Klug, Podcast Episode #4
“In this episode of Waypoints Bryan shares years of experience and his favorite tips and techniques for how to pack and travel with camera equipment, how to select the right gear, and how to get the most out of your travel photography.”
WHITE RIVER FLY SHOP CATALOG 2019 Table of Contents
As a photographer, there is just something personally gratifying about holding an image on paper. This photo in the White River Fly Shop catalog brings back so many great memories of the adventure, comradery, and experience.
The first time I saw this area I was elated to see this how crystal clear this Argentine spring creek was. Then I saw the colors of the fish who call this water home. I still remember how excited I felt, I couldn’t wait to get my camera underwater. Luckily a few fish were caught, a few images were captured, a few lifelong memories were forged.
Earlier this year Patagonia Ambassador Eric Paulson and I were commissioned to take the new Patagonia boots from Danner into the field. I always like shooting with Eric, it’s hard work, fast-paced, everyone knows their role and its never ever a dull moment. From knocking out teeth to torrential downpours, we seem to never time the weather right but we always return with new fishing stories of adventure and a few new images.
I’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with Rick Matney of Wild Game Chef to photograph his incredible cooking. Rick is a contributor to MeatEater, Inc and he was in need of images to accompany and showcase his recipes. Fortunately for me, and my taste buds, Rick is also my roommate. Needless to say, it has been a great co-lab success.
For detailed information about Rick’s recipes check out the links