Posts Tagged ‘bonefish’

2016 In Review

TWENTY-SIXTEEN WAS A BIG YEAR. New clients were booked, revenue milestones were reached, shutter clicks were off the scale, and the official year-end tally of My Butt In An Airline Seat surpassed 15,000 miles. In this video, you’ll find a smattering of my 2016 work from The Olympic Range to the Seychelles. Much appreciation to YETI and Frontiers International Travel, […]


Far Flung

Far Flung

WHILE THERE AREN’T MANY new fly-fishing discoveries in this vociferous age of chatrooms, GPS, and social media; there are still a few “developed” spots so wild and remote that you feel a certain Captain Cook vibe when you first step ashore on a small island located 10 time zones from your home. The Seychelles have long […]


I’m Not a Scientist…But…

I'm Not a Scientist…But...

WHEN MIKE FITZGERALD CALLED and asked if I’d like to photograph a group of Frontiers clients heading down to Belize, I jumped at the photo-op when he explained that a sidebar of the mission would involve some tagging and genetic study led by The Bonefish & Tarpon Trust. I’d never met or fished with their lead […]


Bahamage

Bahamage

IN KEEPING WITH MY recent pattern, last month I packed up my gear and flew to the Bahamas on a mission for Frontiers International Travel. They need marketing images, and I have a camera, so this is working out really well. My first stop was at the Delphi Club, on Abaco, where owner Peter Mantle […]


Orale!

Celebrating the low-impact angler. A collection of fly-fishing scenes via kayak and canoe from Texas to the Yucatan.


Andros Redux

Andros Redux

This trip was originally scheduled for early May: a marketing shoot for Frontiers and Kamalame Cay, and an anniversary trip for me and my lovely bride. Fortunately for all, we were able to re-schedule when the first round of monsoons raked the Bahamas and made conditions not so ideal for brochure photos. In mid-June we […]


Filtered Light

Filtered Light

There’s an old mariner’s adage that suggests nice weather is coming if the clouds break late in the day and reveal the evening sunset. Red sky at night, sailor’s delight Red sky at morning, sailor’s warning Well, from the perspective of six blokes fishing Andros Island between May 20-25, 2012, that’s a big honkin’ load […]


Paddling the Pandemic

Paddling the Pandemic

One can never be too careful during a global health crisis… Last month I ignored the media’s warnings of Imminent Death by Pig and traveled to the Yucatan with friend/publisher Tom Bie. We were on a mission for Playa Blanca lodge to explore their backcountry waters via kayak and canoe. For six days we paddled, […]