Lucas De Zan
We bring you the next edition of Catch Magazine just in time for the holidays.
In this issue, we explore the theme of photography…stories from the people behind the lens share and reflect about experiences working on the water, fly fishing and photographing anglers of all ages in both Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
Check out Amber Toner’s essay “There’s Nothing Better Than This,” as it captures the essence of her experience as a photgrapher/ angler raising a family to appreciate and enjoy fly fishing Alberta’s natural landscape.
Also from Alberta, Canada, see the essay by Megan Vine called “Accidental Angler.” She captures the experience of a side-kick angler mom, harnessing the opportunity to become adept at her own photography skills on the river while encouraging the next generation.
From Idaho, Dave Reilly gives us a piece about his own photo history in “Seconds in Time.”
“Appalachia” is an essay by Ryan Forbus about his love of Alabama and North Carolina waters he calls home, including his experience photographing brook trout, brown trout and muskey.
Lucas De Gaz shares his incredible photos of Brazil’s Kayapo Indigenous people who live and work closely with Untamed Angling in the essay “Fly Fishing Brazil’s Iriri River.”
And finally, take in Todd Moen’s video “Portugal. The Man.” This film documents band members and the connection between music and fly fishing while guided by native Elke Littleleaf on Oregon’s Deschutes River.
We are very thankful for your support and readership this season, as your choice to be part of the Catch Magazine community allows us to continue bringing you world-class fly fishing photography and film.
We hope your season is full of peace and inspiration.
Cheers to 2022!