Photo by Earl Harper
Earl Harper is a gifted photographer—I’ve had the pleasure of his company a couple of times on trips to Alaska and Mexico. He’s got a unique eye for detail, and not just that fish-eye that a lof of us amatuer shooters think we have dialed in.
Check out some of the latest of Earl’s work in Hatch Magazine—his photo essay on a recent trip to Greenland to chase Arctic char is absolutely stunning, and ought to get your blood pumping. I know I’m already exploring travel options.
Here’s what else is happening in the fishing world today:
- The American Museum of Fly Fishing has appointed Sarah Foster as its new executive director.
- A women’s fly fishing club in Colorado is doing whatever it can to increase the numbers of women involved in fly fishing.
- A lake near Overland Park, Kan., gave up a massive muskie to a fly angler. Check out the story, and the video here.
- A reminder to hunters in Pennsylvania. Just because it’s almost deer season doesn’t mean the brook trout have stopped biting.
And, finally, your moment of fly-fishing Zen, thanks, again, to Earl Harper and Hatch.
— Chris Hunt