Posted by: Kirk Deeter
September 5, 2012

Tips for Fall Fish Photos

Autumn might very well be the most photogenic season, and that certainly applies to fishing. The key ingredients: a crisp blue sky, accents of bright, colorful foliage as a backdrop, and of course, a big fish (and fall is often a great season to land a lunker.) Here are some tips to make an image worthy of hanging on the wall when everything lines up perfectly. 1) Be sure to have the camera ready before…

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Posted by: Andy Whitcomb
September 4, 2012

Andy Whitcomb

“Go Ahead, Make My Shade.”

  At work, I often can be found roasting in an Oklahoma field wearing just a short-sleeved t-shirt with a bandana tied around my head. At play (generally fishing), frequently in shorts and sandals, I may be even less covered against the sun that is intensified by the reflective water.  Though always wearing sunscreen, I have a tendency to lose track of time and end up staying out on the water longer than intended. One…

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