well CPR (catch-photo-release) works great..
Something I learned (which I'll never stop learning ) from a good friend is a good picture tells it all.. We all hated to take pictures because they need developing..
This is the computer age.. Photo's of our adventures have never come so easy..
Blah,blah about hurting the wildlife.. follow some easy steps and it is almost "leave no trace"
The main thing is take MANY pictures.. Only about 1 in 10 will look good..
For fish : a good rubber net .. keep fish in water (net) until ready to shoot.. Easy task and no harm done ..
dripping water shots are killer !!!
Think ahead of time ... use a Tripod or position the camera BEFORE you start fishing.. Timer Baby !!
Another real good solo shot is the release .. Low and to the water..
so it's not all about fishing .. It's about being out there & after all said & done, sitting back home and LOOKING at that experience !!
Hope that was helpful ...
Peace & Tuna
some pic's from last week...
But New York has better fishing !!!