This issue came out with a bang. Todd Moen who does video's for the online e-zine put together a video from Andros South called Wade Andros. All I can say is this movie is just beautiful. I just got a new iPad, and the colors just pop in this movie. Maybe I'm excited about my new toy, but it's also a great way to view Catch.
|Todd filming Wade Andros. Courtesy of Catch Blog.|
The scenery is magnificent. Moen's wife, Kelley, is the featured angler and he gets a shot of her that is just pure, classic bonefishing. Kelley is wading and a bone is moving towards her. A well placed cast, followed by a strip...strip and game on. It's really well done.
In addition to Wade Andros, there is an awesome spread on the Seychelles and also a piece by Jay Fleming called America's Atlantic Shoreline. It features snook, redfish, tarpon, and a shot of a bald eagle that is spectacular. One of the great things about Catch is that it exposes the reader to new photog talent. Let me just say I've glanced at Jay's Web site and his pictures are absolutely off the hook. Hopefully you will hear and see more from Jay here in the future.
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The other reason to dig deep is Pulp Fly. Bonefish Bjorn over at Bonefish on the Brain put together an E-Book available only on the kindle, but coming to iPad and other online book stores soon. It features an intro from my new friend from writer's week Kirk Deeter and also writing from notables like Bob White, Bruce Smithhammer (a Drake regular) and Davin Ebanks at Flatswalker (I just got added to his blogroll, so check out his site).
There are sure to be some salty tales in this so as soon as I figure out how the kindle app on the iPad works, I'm going to get it. It's $4.95 so get it while it's hot.