Peter Laurelli fishes the waters of New York, Connecticut and Rhode Island with his fly rod to great success – and he takes a camera with him. His unique style is earning him well deserved attention – today, he joins us on The Schtick.
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Derek Grzelewski is a Writer, Photographer and Adventurer from New Zealand. His work appears in National Geographic Traveler, Australian Geographic, New Zealand Geographic, FlyLife and others. Now, you can hold a copy of The Trout Diaries: A Year of Fly Fishing in New Zealand in your hands, and you’ll want to. You’ll want to even more after hearing this.
We’ve all been on the road so today we just wanted to catch up!
Bryan Huskey is a freelance photographer, film maker, fishing guide, and magazine ad-rep. For a “real” job he works in media and marketing for Silver Creek Outfitters in Ketchum Idaho. He also shoots as much video and photos as he can – he says for selfish reasons. We’ll unpack some of his recent stories today.
Tony Forte is the Executive Director at the U.S. Freshwater Fishing Federation. That’s the organizing body that allows the United States to compete in international fishing competitions. One day, fishing might even be an Olympic Sport. That would be the ultimate goal for Tony, who has had the honor of representing America through fishing. It’s a totally different take on fishing and international competition than you’ve ever heard, on today’s Schtick.
Rob Snowhite doesn’t call himself a guide. He calls himself a Fly Fishing Consultant. That’s because he guides on the waters in and around Washington, DC where everybody is a consultant. Last year he tried something crazy. He ran a Groupon deal for Fly Fishing Lessons. In a day, he sold 1300 deals. How he managed his way through 1300 new clients – plus snakehead fishing in our nation’s capitol, and the crazy kinds of people who you wind up fishing with when you guide inside the beltway.
Thad Robison is one of a very small handful of Fish Schtick Regulars. That’s what he gets for doing such interesting things. The latest in his adventures, like Motiv Fishing’s latest excursion to Belize, and loading up to hit the road for another Fly Fishing Film Tour.
It’s the time of the year for Top 10 lists, looks back, and those annual clips shows. We’re no different, we like to look back on all the awesome people we’ve talked to and recount some of our favorite moments on The Schtick.
At is own blog – Yukon Goes Fishing – his bio reads like this. Brace yourself. “I’m a graduate student studying fluvial geomorphology, applied hydrology, and environmental geochemistry at a fine institution in Missoula, MT. Originally from the Atlantic Coastal Plain of the eastern US, I have always been a fan of all sorts of fishing. However, during a “family” trip up to Alaska when I was in high school, I fell in love with the sport of fly fishing.