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!
Don’t have a subscription? Head down to your local shop and grab a copy, or, get a yearly subscription and never miss an issue — digital versions available too.
Coffee tables and guide bathrooms across the world are rejoicing!! The always highly anticipated Hatch Outdoors Anglers Annual is finally out! The new 2014 Hatch Outdoors catalog was just printed and being shipped to a shop near you and available on their website.
I’m exceptionally fortunate to be able to work with the imaginary guys at Hatch for the last 4 years. They’ve been very supportive of my journey and me. That support has helped immeasurably along the way. I’m pleased and humbled to have my image land on their new 2014 catalog cover this year!
Other notable catalog work is a featured article and other catalog images. Destinations included: Pacific Northwest, Yucatan and Argentina. Many thanks to all those anglers, lodges and staff, friends, editors and the many, many persons who helped make this possible. Without you, this reality would only have been a dream.
I’m looking forward to the upcoming year with Hatch and all the adventures that go along with it! New projects are already in the works and logistics are getting the last of the kinks worked out.
YELLOW DOG FLYFISHING ADVENTURES | CATALOG COVER 2014 New 2014 Catalog
I’m very excited to be featured on one of the covers for the new 2014 Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures catalog and worldwide travel planner! Hard copies of the catalog will be mailed out in early January….BUT you can enjoy a sneak-peak of the new travel publication AND download the full catalog to your iPad, E-Reader, smartphone or laptop right now!
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Deep in the Yucatan jungle sits ruins of an ancient civilization. An old canoe is the transportation through the labyrinths of mangrove tunnels and lagoons, which all looks sticking similar. Don’t forget to watch out for saltwater crocodiles, which lurk in the back lagoons. The canoe shows marks of where the cocks “tasted” the old fiberglass canoe. It’s worth the experience and adventure to stand on top of an ancient Mayan ruin targeting ancient fish, tarpon. You can’t help but think how small we really are in this big world we call Earth.