One Of My Favorite Fly-Fishing Photos

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By Louis Cahill Some photos remain special over the years. There is some truth to the idea that doing anything for a living makes you a little numb to the result. I have a good friend who is an incredible guitar player but he would never play...



4 Tips For Capturing Better Release Shots of Your Fish

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YOUR BEST SHOT AT CAPTURING A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH OF YOU AND YOUR CATCH, IS FIRST HAVING SOMEONE ALONG WITH YOU THAT'S COMPETENT WITH A CAMERA IN THEIR HANDS. But even a world class photographer will tell you, it's extremely difficult getting those picture perfect photographs, if...



Saturday Shoutout / Know When To Hold ‘Em

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Some interesting perspective on Grip and Grin photos from the folks at orvis News. There is always controversy around hero shots of angers with their catch. While I personally support responsible grip-and-grin photography, not everyone is on board. Not everyone is responsible either. This piece by...



Sunday Classic / Camera Grip

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THE WAY YOU HOLD YOUR FLY ROD AFFECTS YOUR CASTING, RIGHT? THE WAY YOU HOLD YOUR CAMERA MATTERS, TOO. Most people never stop to think about it, but I remember being taught in school the proper grip for a camera. First off, all SLRs are right...



Fishing Dog Friday / Indy

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Meet Indy, half lab, all awesome. Indy calls Roscoe, NY home and can often be seen chasing, and sometimes catching, waterfowl on the Delaware River. His dad, Bryn Bode, can always count on Indy for some decomposing deer parts he finds along the bank. Thanks Indy!...