As the temperatures rise, melting away the remnants of last winter’s snowfall, our rivers are once again running clear and fishable. The rivers color will veer from brown to dark green and eventually run clear. While fish can and do feed in muddy water, the increase in clarity allows for[…]
I’ll be heading to the Madison, Beaverhead, Ruby, and Gallatin Rivers next week. My buddies Z, Dave, and Allen arrive for our annual July fishing trip. I’ll be sure and practice my fish photography while I’m reeling them in.
A photo captures a moment in time, and, when old photo albums are opened or the family portrait is glanced at while walking down the hallway, the photo has the power to bring back our memories. In the sport of fishing, plenty of fish have found themselves facing the glass[…]
Quality Studio portraits are an art form, requiring the professional photographer to commit countless, exhaustive hours of practice and study to achieve a perfect photo. Maybe that’s why Tony loves fly fishing. From the plentiful and varied hatches of a trout stream to the unpredictable weather of a bonefish flat,[…]
We’re attending the Montana Professional Photographers’ convention in Bozeman this weekend. Learning from our colleagues is important and helps to keep us fresh.
Yesterday, I was fishing with my grandson…… Today, I am working…… I like fishing more better than working…..