Spey flies, ready for action.
Epoxy Fly for ocean fishing
Locked and loaded.
This was my backyard while anchored after a day of exploring the coastline of Nootka Inlet. Best night on the boat ever.
Big black bear feeding on grasses growing along an secluded estuary near Hot Springs Cove, Tofino.
Sometimes the most amazing moments while fishing in the evening are not the fish you catch, but the scenery and the memories they make.
Tyee Chinook Salmon, the king of the salmon.
A little color in a grey world.
Perfect habitat for sea run cutthroat trout on a misty morning.
Serene morning paddle
Winter steelheading often leads to scenes like this, where reflection on the day is mandatory.
Popsicle marabou fly for Steelhead.
Cowichan River on a gorgeous February morning.
Saltwater estuary near Port Alice, Vancouver Island.
Nice little Rainbow
Flame Marabou fly for Steelhead
Ready for action!
Gin clear river!
Bridge to adventure.
Clear green waters of a Vancouver Island Steelhead river.
Still waters of Shelter Inlet while rowing out to fly fish for some salmon.
Beauty in the eye of the beholder.
Spey cast in motion.
Tossing loops on the Hoh River, Washington State.
Laying it down on a Snap-T cast.
The Mahoney Fly after some river work.
A sure sign of spring, a clutch of Canada Goose eggs at amongst the driftwood.
Stunning emerald green scene on a gorgeous rainy day on Vancouver Island. This stream has produced countless numbers of cut throat trout, and even a small number of Steelhead.
Beauty in the estuary.
The moment where fisherman and the fish are united for a brief moment in time before they go their separate ways.
The colors on this sea run Cutthroat Trout are spectacular. Just one of natures amazing canvases.