EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE, JAN/FEB 2020

EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE
Jan/Feb 2020

The new issue of American Angler Magazine has hit the shelves. This is the first issue of 2020! We were delighted to see a few of our images make the cut and accompanying an article by Chris Santella. Bonefish are certainly one of our favorite fish to pursue. If you get a chance, check it out!

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EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE, SUMMER 2019

EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE
July/August 2019

Here’s one from this summer – It’s great to see our underwater photography work as the lead image for an article on Iceland in American Angler Magazine. Underwater photography has been a big part of our work for many years. Each time we dip our camera underwater the anticipation is always as exciting as the first time. It’s one of those techniques that is always fun to do, fun to learn and fun to share.


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+ Image represented by, Images on the Wildside: https://denverbryan.com/



 

EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE, FALL 2017

EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE
September/October 2017

It’s great to see these images make it to print in the new Fall issue of American Angler Magazine. Landing the table of contents was a big bonus! It was a great evening photographing on the Henry’s Fork river with the crew at Western Rivers.

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EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAG | MAY ’17 ISSUE

EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE
May/June 2017

It’s great to see this image in print. Big thanks to Rick Matney for always getting it done in clutch situations.

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EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE, FALL 2017

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.

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EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE 2016

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.

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EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE, SPRING 2016

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.

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EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE, WINTER 2016

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.

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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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EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE

EDITORIAL | AMERICAN ANGLER MAGAZINE
January/February 2015 issue

The new issue of American Angler Magazine is now on newsstands. I’m very happy to see my image of a giant sculpin from the Henry’s Fork River on the Table of Contents page. They are such amazing little fish. A few others made it to print, to compliment an article. Angler Brandon Prince and a spotty rainbow trout.

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