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.
WILD, REMOTE, RUSSIA “They would finally do battle with Kamchatka’s heavyweights” Jan/Feb 2018
I am pleased to see my work from this trip in print. Kamchatka is one of those places I will always want to go back to. Check out the photo essay on fly fishing Russia in the January/February issue of Sporting Classics. Head down to your local shop and grab yourself a copy, or better yet, order a subscription — you won’t be disappointed. This issue is packed with great articles and content. Not to be missed!
PHOTO ESSAY | KAMCHATKA PENINSULA 57° N 160° E – West of Russia Mainland
The Senanda River is mousing heaven if I’ve ever seen one. It’s not the fishing that draws me back here, it’s the overall experience. The landscape, the camp fires, the people, the food, the wildlife and then, of course, there is the fish. It was incredible to see a forest that is still relatively untouched and truly wild. Big thanks to Tom, Alejandro and James for letting me tag along with my camera daily.
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.
ATTN: SERIOUS ANGLERS| OPEN SEATS AVAILABLE ON UPCOMING ADVENTURES St, Brandons Atoll-Mauritius, Wrangell-Alaska, Kamchatka-Russia
Are you a serious angler looking for a trip of a lifetime? Join me for one of my upcoming adventures. I have a few slots open for the individual seeking a trip of adventure and the unknown. These are very adventurous trips with some of the best fishing found anywhere on the planet! This is not a big group of hosted anglers, rather a small select few. All persons should be in good physical condition; these trips require a lot of wade fishing and tons of action. Global Rescue is required for St. Brandon’s and Russia.
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+NOW! ST. BRANDON’S ATOLL: Monster bonefish and GT’s – March 30-April 13 – 1 spot + SOUTHEAST ALASKA: Wild remote Steelhead – April 17-23 – a few spots avail + KAMCHATKA: Mouse eating rainbows – Exploratory – July 25-8th – 1 spot
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.
Head down to your local shop and grab a copy today!
September was an adventure! Driving for days to meet destination deadlines was the name of the game here. We were a few weeks into the trip, still a week or more to go, we were headed from Alberta to Ferine BC. We were a tad bit ahead of schedule; a spare half-day was just lying around, we had no choice but to go on an exploratory Yellow Dog adventure.
Over the hill and through the hutterites land we went, finally arriving at some of the greatest grizzly bear habitat anyone could ask for. As luck would have it, the locals observed a sow and cub near the water we were about to fish. The only thing worse than bears is not being able to catch what Shaun calls “cantankerous” trout. A few patterns later, a miss fire with a small net big fish, and a waterboatman later, Shaun connected with a solid rainbow trout. Exploratory mission complete.