Following Peackock Bass and Flyrods Around the World
Imagine spending your life with a camera following fly anglers around the world. Sometimes you get to fish yourself, too.
This original story came from The Bulletin in Oregon and is about a guy named Todd Moen. Todd also manages his own site - which is why he spends his life moving from site to site tracking people catching fish on flyrods. Sometimes he even gets to fish himself.
This image came from RiverPlateAnglers.com
Todd Moen travels the world to find some of the best fly-fishing destinations.
But don’t ask him how many fish he landed when he returns home to Sisters after one of his many trips.
Moen, 41, can more likely be found behind a video camera filming somebody else fishing, or in front of a computer editing his video and photos, than with a fly rod in hand.