Caye Caulker, Belize
I had the chance to jump in the water and swim with a school of Tarpon in Belize. It was a great experience, one I will never forget.
SEA SERPENT | GREEN MORAY EEL
Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Belize
Hol Chan is also the habitat of a large moray eel population. With 5 different morays, the Green Moray is the largest specie of Moray eels. It’s been said the green moray is not green in color it’s actually brown. The yellow tint of the mucus that covers its body, along with the drab background color, gives the fish its characteristic uniform green color.
STAGING SOCKEYE SALMON | KULIK, ALASKA
This is a photo of a school of wild sockeye salmon staging at the mouth of the Kulik River. Their bodies are transforming its shape and colors in preparation for their last greatest run. When the time is right, they will proudly swim up river give life and to also sacrifice their very own life too. They know their last swim is of most importance. The gloom of death doesn’t exist amongst their great purpose of living, surviving and giving back. They proudly sing their death tune like a hero going home.
FRONT & BACK COVER | AMERICAN ANGLER
Argentina + Washington
The new September/October 2014 issue of American Angler Magazine is hot off the press and I’m deeply humbled and beyond thrilled to see my images on both the front and back cover!
It’s great to see this moment make print as it brings back such great memories of adventure in both Argentina and Washington.
+ American Angler Magazine – http://www.americanangler.com/
About the image: John Hudgens and Ron Sorenson teamed up for a great day of fishing for wild brown trout on Filo Hua Hum River in Argentina.
About the image: Jonathan Knapp standing at attention with his trusty rod waiting for first light on the Skagit river.
KING SALMON | NUSHAGAK RIVER, ALASKA
Protect Bristol Bay Alaska
Chinook Salmon (or King Salmon) in full colors is a beautiful sight to see. These fish have only one job: to travel back to spawn and to die. They unselfishly and willingly give up their life so the next generations can survive and the ecosystem can utilize its decaying body to gain nutrients. The cycle of life, it is so fragile.
+ Tom Melvin – Yellow Dog Alaskan Program director
+ Camille Egdorf: Head Guide Egdorf Western Alaska Sportfishing
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.
+ Las Pampas Lodge, Argentina 2015 Catalog – http://issuu.com/laspampaslodge/docs/brochure-2015
+ Las Pampas Lodge – http://www.laspampaslodge.com/
UNDERWATER RIVER BUBBLES | ARGENTINA
I always take a few images of bubbles in every river. What at first happened on accident is now a staple image. Each river offers unique shapes, colors and patterns.
UNDERWATER BROWN TROUT | ARGENTINA
Patagonia Brown Trout Under H20
Image of an underwater wild Brown Trout in rural Argentina. It’s unreal how clear these mountain streams are.