Here's a look inside my personal fishing log. Fisherman keep logs to record details of fishing trips to reference and study for future outings. Things like date, time of day, weather conditions and notes about the water are highlighted, adding details on how fish were caught or why the big one got away. I've been keeping a log like this since I was a kid.
My First Northern Pike – On the Fly
A winter pike caught with two good buddies on a secret river in the Northeast, January, 2014.
Carp On The Fly – The Eat
I'm obsessed with fly rodding carp in and around New York City in the summer. Here's how to target a carp that will eat.
My first time targeting Steelhead on a centerpin rod.
Florida Peacock Bass
I've always wanted to catch a Peacock Bass, and on a recent trip to South Florida I had some success. This page details a spot where we found some quality fish stacked in an outflow pipe.
A trip from a few winters ago where we slammed fresh steelhead on the fly in a tailout section of the pool. This was how the pool was structured.
Full Moon Bass — Cuttyhunk, Mass.
This page details a night where we caught multiple striped bass within a 30 minute window between sunset and moonrise.
Montauk – The Noreaster
Fishing rocky points in heavy winds. This is how the fish sometimes set up.
The work below is created with ink and watercolor, of events experienced on the water or various fish caught by myself or my clients. Prints are available (I'll have an online shop up soon, but for now please email me for requests and pricing). I'm also now accepting private commissions. All originals below is either sold or no longer available.