Texas 2020 Video Highlights

Texas 2020 Video Highlights

There are over 150 species of freshwater fish species found in Texas, and well over 500 species of saltwater fish species found in the Gulf of Mexico off Texas shorelines. Having had the opportunity to explore the state over the last year or so, I compiled a short video of some of the species of … Continue reading

South Roadtrip 2019 Video Highlights

South Roadtrip 2019 Video Highlights

Spring is in the air! I took advantage of the beautiful weather last weekend to take an impromptu roadtrip through Southeastern US, in search of some small native fish species. Although I have traveled the world in search of exotic and beautiful fish, it’s a great reminder of how many unique and colorful fish species … Continue reading

Africa 2019 Video Highlights

Africa 2019 Video Highlights

Some video highlights of the last month that I spent traveling through the Southern Africa region. Not only was I able to catch and photograph just around 100 new species of fish for my collection, but I also saw some of the most stunning views in the world. This features just a taste of my … Continue reading

Species #1000: Beyond the Fish

Species #1000: Beyond the Fish

I strained my eyes to see a tiny red dot as it spun and slowly grew in size in an abyss of aquamarine water. The mighty Pacific Ocean, prone to fits of watercraft smashing violence was strangely calm, almost as though it was holding it’s breath along with me. I wondered what lay at the … Continue reading

Stalking Zebras

Stalking Zebras

The stillness of the early morning greeted me as I hopped onto the beach from the rocky cliffs. I had taken a rare opportunity to visit my hometown near San Francisco and to revisit a species that had eluded me for a very long time. Although I have fished the beaches and cliffs of Northern … Continue reading

Trophies in the Chum Line

Trophies in the Chum Line

The wind whipped across my face, as the seas furiously crashed around us. Wintertime in the Florida Keys seemed to only bring fury and flash, as each time I ventured here, the wind and seas seemed to conspire to smash my watercraft into the ocean bottom. Although the 45 mph gusts that had whistled their … Continue reading