NEW 2015 LAS PAMPAS LODGE CATALOG IS HOT OFF THE PRESS! Published, Commercial Catalog
This is one of my favorite shoots that I look forward to every year. The fishing is great, the scenery is superb and the local people are the salt of the Earth. It’s the people that bring me back year after year. The culture, spirit and tradition of the old world are still alive and well.
Ol’ Henry got it right, but I’ve already knew it since a kid …. “Many men go fishing all of their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after.” … But sometimes I get too busy and forget, that is until I visit the quieter parts of the World, where time stops and Mother Nature roams free.
John Hudgens releasing a native perca (Percichthys Trucha) from the Limay River, Argentina. It was great to see one of the few native species. We had a great day fishing and creating images with Ron Sorenson of Chocolate Lab Expeditions.
The Perca is an interesting fish, a modern fish some say… so like a Perch Bass Trout?
“Grouped under the common name existed four endemic percíctidos Patagonia: Percichthys trout and Percichthys vincigerrai (smallmouth bass), Percichthys colhuapiensis (largemouth bass) and Percichthys laevis . Modern DNA analysis techniques, resolved the questions of classification and determined that there is a single species in Argentina (Percichthys trout).”
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!
COVER | THE FLY FISH JOURNAL 2013 Yucatan, Mexico | Vol.5 Issue 1
I am very excited and beyond humbled to have an image on the cover of the new issue of The FlyFish Journal! This was a great trip to the Yucatan, one I will never forget. Big thanks to Rita Adams for catching such a beauty and to the great folks at Casa/Playa Blanca Lodges.