I will 100% admit to anyone that I am a gear head, gear nut, gear fanatic. I have a feeling … Continue reading Gear I Can’t Live Without
For anglers, being on the water is where many of our most memorable experiences are created. Capturing those moments on film, or in megapixels helps us to relive the instances that frame our experience. But balancing photography time with fishing time is a tricky business which requires a balancing act between rod and camera.
For those who aspire to strike the balance between rod and camera, take heart because it can be done by keeping one thing in mind; you can’t get the shot with a fly rod in your hands, believe me I’ve tried. Continue reading “The Fly Fishing Photographer”
Tenkara is breathtakingly simple, a delight in terms of minimalist gear and ease of use, and an easy piece of kit to pack along in the car or on a hike. Most people purchase a tenkara rod because they are already anglers, but a good number of people get them because they were always intrigued by fly fishing but never wanted to go all out in learning about knots, rods, and all the ephemera that surrounds the fly fishing world. However you ended up purchasing a tenkara rod, and however much experience you have on the water, there are a few things that every tenkara rod owner should think about. Check out these tips and maybe you can avoid some rookie mistakes with your gear. Continue reading “So, You Bought a Tenkara Rod, Eh?”
Fly photography can be a big step and sometimes overwhelming if you know more about tying flies than taking pictures. … Continue reading 3 Easy Steps To Photograph Your Flies
Congratulations to Greg A. from Colorado! He was our winner of $25 in AvidMax rewards during the week of December 5, … Continue reading 5 out of 5 Stars! “Wonderful multi-use bag!”
I have a friend who makes beautiful time-lapse videos of New York Harbor. He takes them from his tugboat with his GoPro action camera, and we have all probably seen what a dedicated skier or surfer can do with one of those.
What about the angler who wants to document his or her experience? Continue reading “Photos On The Fly”