A day in the life of fly-fishing photographer Val Atkinson
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.
“Good fishermen know that in talking about fishing,nothing is more interesting than the truth.”
My first love is catching largemouth bass. I keep a 14-foot aluminum Tracker at my cousin’s house in Texas and use my mother’s Dodge van to tow it to the lakes and reservoirs when I’m there.
This ancient form of beach-seining still practiced in parts of Portugal has changed little in 500 years.
Fishing photographer Pat Ford has been chasing tarpon for more than 25 years
A well-traveled photographer is drawn to Piñas Bay, Panama, for its black marlin and other hefty cohorts.
The photos on the “Salts” feature pages are tintypes, which were introduced just before the Civil War. They eventually replaced daguerreotypes, which captured images on silver-plated copper, and became the most popular photography of the last half of the 19th century.
The marine photography of Pat Ford, featuring breath-taking photos from the waters surrounding Isla Mujeres.
I was kayaking around the Brigantine Cays in the Exumas when I came upon a tightly packed school of 75 to 100 bonefish that had been corralled by 3- to 5-foot lemon sharks.