249: Photographing Your Entire Fly Fishing Experience

Fish pics are ubiquitous. Instagram has every angle of fish pic you can imagine. But there’s more to shoot when you’re on the river than just pictures of your big brown trout. In this episode, we offer up twelve tips to photograph your entire fly fishing experience.

We begin the episode with what is perhaps the most important tip: Make sure your fish pics don’t kill the fish! By photographing your entire fly fishing experience, you may even spend less time on specific fish!

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One Reply to “249: Photographing Your Entire Fly Fishing Experience”

  1. Informative cast thanks Dave and Steve. I love taking pictures of my fishing expeditions . Not only the fish but my surroundings like the people i fish with . I also love to take pictures of wildlife , insects flowers, and pets . My one advice to all of you . Dont be like me . When you download your precious photos please please please back them up on a disk or cloud file at the very least print them out . I lost over a thousand photos of my family friends vacation photos as well fishing photos when i dropped my computer going down a flight of stairs. I sent it in hoping they could recover them but they told me the drive was to damaged and were lost for ever. I took it to another place for a second opinion they to told me the same thing. There were many photos of my late dad . Of my kids when they are young and we were together. My pets who are gone now . Sad in so many ways.

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