Here’s an outtake from an assignment for Fly Fisherman Magazine. They were looking for some images along the Rapid River in Maine. That’s about 3 hours from my front door, a bunch of those miles are on rugged gravel roads used mostly by logging trucks throughout the winter and autumn months. Spring brings rain, soggy roads and very little logging, as luck would have it the fishing’s best in the spring for native Brook Trout and as the weather warms in July the Salmon end up being the more active fish. After two different trips we covered most of the upper part of the river from Lower Richardson Lake down to Pond in the River. An incredible place to fish and photograph. I’m looking forward to heading back up there this fall for some more Brook Trout.