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admin March 29, 2018 460 No Comments


Our yearly trip to Morehead City chasing the Albies on their fall run. 5 Days, great fishing, good food, little sleep! Likes: 9 Viewed: 1234 source

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Albie Back

admin February 14, 2018 384 No Comments


First thing in the morning running around on a solo trip chasing Albies I lost my fly rod off the boat and it sank to the bottom of the ocean. Some how… I was able to follow my track line on the GPS casting furiously 360 degrees with another rod and found it! The jigRead More

YOU Decide! TRASH OR TROPHY Fish? (Fishing for Albies, Bonito, Striped Bass and Black Sea Bass)

admin November 13, 2017 353 No Comments


This is the last footage I have from my striped bass fishing trip in Connecticut. We fished the Long Island sound and caught Stripers, ablies, bonito, bluefish and black sea bass. Geography often dictates our perspective and attitudes, especially when it comes to fish. Bonito, Albies, False Albacore are all the same sa

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admin July 13, 2017 359 No Comments


Each year I capture images of a season spent Fly Fishing the Surf & Inshore waters close to home and produce a movie with the results. This is the “trailer” for the 2012 season fishing in the Northeast. Put those together and you get the name: SIFF12: NORTHEAST The full 20 minute movie is currently Read More

Surf & Inshore Fly Fishing 2011 – Intro

admin July 12, 2017 339 No Comments


The 2011 SIFF project is complete and is about 35min long. This is a clip of the first 2minutes. I may post the full 35 minute version if there is enough interest, but I was also thinking of figuring out a way to show it on a low-key screen somewhere in NYC first, someplace thatRead More

Surf & Inshore Fly Fishing 2011

admin July 11, 2017 369 No Comments


This is the full 35 minute version of the 2011 season fly fishing the inshore waters of the Northeast. Scenes focus on Western Long Island Sound, Breezy Point & NJ, flats of CT and New York, Block Island and Montauk. The premise is the same each year; drag camera gear around from March to DecemberRead More