New illustration for Floodplainsmag.com on what it means to be native.
“Out on the lake, fat predatory walleye prowled the nearshore for baitfish. Dozens of other anglers had come to the breakwall to cast glowing baits and rattling plugs, slowly retrieved in the hopes of hooking one of the year’s biggest walleye. Fish up to 30 inches and over ten pounds cruised the surface looking for shiners and shad in a vast food-web sprawling across this Great Lake.” – Matt Stansberry
New illustration for “Fly Fishing in Hell” by Matt Stansberry for Floodplains Magazine. You can read the entire article here.
With the recent launch of www.floodplainsmag.com I figured I would share some of the photos I took during the process of creating the illustrations.
I’ll be creating artwork for www.floodplainsmag.com. A blog with great fishing/nature writing by a few anglers in Ohio.
Eight of us headed North to fish on the Grand River for our first Hog Slam weekend looking for Steelhead but happy with anything that would bite. It’s a little early in the year for steelhead fishing so we were all pretty happy when we landed two of them. Total fish count for the weekend: 2 Steelhead, 1 Pike, 3 Bass, 1 carp (giant chub).