Posts Tagged ‘dorado’

Burning Sand

Burning Sand

My son Blake has been itching to try the Baja beach roosterfish gig. I told him that it’s the toughest thing you can do in fly fishing. I told him that roosterfish can make permit look like inbred aquarium drones. I told him about friends (accomplished anglers) who have made 3-4-5 trips to Baja without […]


Private Photo Assignments

Recently I’ve been booking a few private assignment shoots for folks that want a unique and lasting record of a special gathering of friends, clients, or family. I’m offering that program again this fall and here’s how it typically works: You schedule a cool event or trip that involves hunting, fishing, or outdoor activities I […]


Two Oceans in Two Weeks

Two Oceans in Two Weeks

I try to avoid back-to-backers, whenever possible. Pack, depart, return, unpack, wash clothes, repack, depart, return. This time, however, it was unavoidable. The first trip involved the extremely busy schedules of nine people, and the second trip involved tarpon fishing dates that have been carved in stone since 1991. I shall now apologize to my […]