Nick Price is a photographer, writer and fly-fishing guide based in Hailey, Idaho. He has been guiding for more than 20 years and got his start in Missoula, Montana, where he graduated from the University of Montana with a degree in English.
Portraits of fly-fishing guides from around the world.
This remote fishery off the Mosquito Coast of Honduras is known for its bonefish, permit and flats that stretch to the horizon.
A day in the life of fly-fishing photographer Val Atkinson
Eight guides who make their their living on the insect-rich waters of this desert spring creek, which runs through Idaho’s sagebrush prairie
Fishing both sides of the Andes in one trip highlighted the region’s diversity
There’s a spot in Chilean Patagonia near the confluence of two rivers, one aquamarine-clear and the other the color of earthen tea, where Pancho Salas and his family call home.
A fly guide from Idaho discovers more than just bonefish, tarpon and permit on his first visit to Cuba.
This Montana guide is returning for his second winter on the flats.