Anglers Journal Behind the Scenes at Jody Dole's studio in Chester CT
Anglers Journal Behind the Scenes at Jody Dole's studio in Chester CT, shooting a series of still life photos for Anglers Journal magazine, telling the story of 3 anglers who are no longer with us through images of their tackle.
A Rough Ballet
Trap fishing with the Wheeler family requires a strong back, finesse and a healthy does of old-fashioned seamanship.
Boats were everywhere on opening day of Maryland’s 2015 spring trophy striped bass season.
Competitive, curious and obsessive-compulsive, Nick Smith has laser focus once he sets his mind on something.
Where Water Meets Sky
Al Barnes scans the flats, his trained eye picking up the flick of a tail, the flash of a bonefish or permit prowling the shallows for a shrimp or a crab.
John Ellis fishes hard, smart and often. During the season this sharpie is on the water four or five days a week, often alone and usually well before dawn, in search of live bait.
The Gospel According To Jim Harrison
Jim Harrison, beloved author of more than 30 books, and his thoughts while sipping vodka at the Hitchin’ Post in Melrose, Montana.
Finding the right fishing partner is a bit like courting a potential spouse. Hold on to the keepers; they're few and far between.
On the Edge
Ode to a workhorse boning knife that is a natural extension of muscle and bone.
Toe-to-Toe: The Wrestler and the Bigeye
A high school wrestling coach finds himself in the match of his life against a 230-pound bigeye. The only question is, who will break first?
Poetry of Motion
Her paintings of trout trumpet her passion for color and her love of fly-fishing.
Catch ’em Up, Boys
Party-boat fishing is a fast, chaotic and uniquely American experience
Beneath The Surface
I lay on the surface moving quietly through the clear shallows in 3 to 5 feet of water.