Ken Morrish wrote a neat article in Fly Fisherman’s April 2017 issue, describing our common adventure chasing King Salmon in the southern hemisphere (PDF, 880KB), namely in Chile. Ken’s photos are worth a glance! Another fine article about that adventure appeared in Travelling Angler (PDF, 2.2MB).
During my latest trip to Boston in May 2010, I was lucky enough to land a 37 inch striped bass, estimated at 18 pounds. It was the excellent guide Dave Skok who put me into that fish. He is also a talented photograph, and his photo of the fish (PDF, 160KB) appeared in the July/August 2010 issue of Fly-Fishing in Salt Waters magazine.
The potential world record arctic char (PDF, 750KB) I landed in Nunavut in July 2008 was described in a one-side article which appeared in the fall 2008 issue of Fiske-Feber. The article was written by Kim Jørgensen, and the picture taken by Allan Kofoed.
The first page of GetAway Tours‘ 2009 catalogue features the second largest arctic char (PDF, 300KB) I caught in Nunavut in 2008. The picture is taken by my Icelandic friend Leibbi, with my camera. The same picture also appeared in Fiske-Feber’s April 2010 issue, as an advertisement for their Nunavut trip (PDF, 1.5MB). Same picture was used in Fiske-Feber’s first e-zine (PDF, 350KB) in November 2011.
I appeared in Fly Water Travel‘s 2004 catalogue, coming home riding over the toundra after a fantastic day of steelheading in Kamchatka. The picture (PDF, 200KB) was taken by Ken Morrish, founder of Fly Water Travel along with Brian Gies.
Finally, Ken Morrish took a picture of me casting in the currents of the Snatolvayan River in Kamchatka (PDF, 150KB). It appeared in Fly Fisherman‘s 2007 calendar, on the December month page.