Posts Tagged ‘Yucatan’

Muy Difícil

Muy Difícil

THERE ARE PERMIT FANATICS and those who aren’t. I fall somewhere in between. I’m typically in need of quality permit images (aren’t most photographers?) so sometimes I lean toward fanatic. But even then I try to temper my expectations; and when I’m selecting a fly or tying knots or stalking a permit or making the […]


Orale!

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


Ode to a Trusty Yaller Box

Ode to a Trusty Yaller Box

  Casco Bay, Maine: he was more than just a camera box… This is a sad day for me; a day that I’ve dreaded for quite some time. His rusted wheels have slowed him down for the past couple of years, especially on long airport hikes. Too many days in saltwater, no doubt, and lately […]


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, […]