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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Hot off the press, René Harrop’s article on the Gray Drakes in the recent issue of Fly Fisherman Magazine. Rene’s articles are always very well written and packed with decades of on the water knowledge, a great read. It’s also a great honor for me to see a few of my images were selected to complement an article written by person whom I have a lot of admiration and respect for. A wise and skillful angler, René has opened my eyes to the master’s game of technical dry fly fishing, to the life lessons found on the river and has been an instrumental person in my career, I am very grateful to call him friend. I look forward to the next time we talk life while watching the bugs float down the river from the observation deck.
FLY FISHING PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS 2017 FISH . PHOTO . TRAVEL Belize, Idaho, Cuba
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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.
By chance I was in Last Chance Idaho at the TroutHunter Lodge and Milton Menasco & the Big Fiasco from Bozeman Montana were live on stage and rocking it. It was a great night on the Fork, hope to see these guys again!
WEBSITE HEADER | GIRL’S CLOTHING Millie and Ella tying flies in the magic bus. Henry’s Fork, Idaho
I’m thrilled to see this image once again show up. This image was captured in Island Park on the banks of the Henry’s Fork River inside a really cool bus named “Lucinda” owned by Branden Born. Ambassador Mille Paini and daughter Ella were tying flies. At times Ella would be very witty and full of energy, as usual. The present and future of the Yellowstone caldera is in good hands with these two ladies.
COVER | FLYFISHING & TYING JOURNAL Spring 2015 issue | Island park, Idaho
The new spring issue of the Flyfishing & Tying Journal hit the newsstands a few weeks ago. I’m excited to see my image landed on the cover! This was a great surprise, it wasn’t expected.
The cover image is of TroutHunter guide Pat Gaffney. Randomly had a day off and we took advantage of the late spring hatch on the Henry’s Fork River. Also included is a photo essay on the Henry’s Fork Salmonfly hatch. I was fortunate to be able to get on the water with some top guides, who just so happen to be my friends. Images include: Brandon Prince, Phil Sgamma, Brad Miller and Carlos Chaves.