Monday, December 31, 2007


every once in a while, we need "red bull". Happy New Year 2008!

Sunday, December 30, 2007


Deep fry them, they are nice crispy snacks!

Saturday, December 29, 2007


Happy New Year! 2008!

A new standard Father

Photo by Tricky Boy

Steeli 2008

Happy New Year! Friends! It would be my Steeli Year...2008!

Friday, December 28, 2007

Christmas Clave

We are fiberglass flyrodders

Good Man Flyfish...

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Monday, December 24, 2007

Sunday, December 23, 2007

sunday headache

soft hackle mania

looks easy right?! try it... it is hard...

Christmas 2007

Saturday, December 22, 2007

love the blue in brown trout

I love the blue coloration in brown trout. maybe I shoud draw the blue...hmmm...

Friday, December 21, 2007

My Earth Worm Pattern

don't worry sister! i will throw this thing with my spey rod, beautifully!

Thursday, December 20, 2007

realism or cartoonism? all from scratch...

Christmas is coming, quietly... still have no clue about the Christmas gifts...start to make it from "scratch"... this time, I decided to use a better paper... as you can tell, the costly paper make my drawing not that freely. hmmm...will see how the water color turns out...

Go-To Fly - Wooly Bugger

Need me say much!? It's Wooly Buggerism! BTW, you know they can be fish "naively" just like PT right?!@@

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Merry Christmas Fiberglassflyrodders


Recently, I start to dig out all the photos that buried deep in my hard drive. I like documentary/diary style photos a lot. I like to capture "the moment", no matter how usual/unusual it was... just a feeling. Like Cartier Bresson style. (Not a big fan of his work, I think Eugen Smith/Capa do a better job...) Anyway, I love ducumentary because it has stories in there and they remind you something intentional or unintensional.

This photo was taken in a countryside of western Wyoming, a nice breakfest in a early morning. The couple was a sweet one, there were no body sit on the opposite site of that booth. They like to "squiz in". I usually do that when sat with my parents, my buddies and my sweet heart, of course. This photo just remind me all the good memories!

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Winston LT

It is a beautiful rod with a strong personality.

Trout Pasta

What ever they said about wooly bugger... it works! this is my version wb for FFR swap. The hackles are very special, come from a friend Richard's rooster - a pure breed of Americana.

Monday, December 17, 2007


OK, too much fishing we start some food series for the gourmets
If you can rate a pasta from 1 to 10 scale. This one is called 17. They make you wondering "is the wild spirit all that good?!" Mike is a mussel expert with plenty of hunting skill and willing to sit in the woods for hours/days...He hunt, clean and cook the venision for us. He is our venison god!


met this young lady on the riverside, and her drunken mom said "let's take photos"... you can tell from the wrinkle in my face saying"i love it!" I mean...,the striper, of course...

Sunday, December 16, 2007

go salty

a skunk saltwater fishing trip. Fishing was stinky, car have sunken. but we have lot's of FUN!

Michelin Caddis

Familiar with "brassie"... alright... they all grew up and become Michelin baby...This is my secreat bomb! > < sunday sale...give it out free!


Saturday, December 15, 2007

Friday, December 14, 2007

Still Trout... dreaming...

Trout Diary

It's a old dream, but still alive!

Thursday, December 13, 2007

My Backpack Get Sick Too

My Binoculars Get Mad at Me

Because it is hot season, and I have to stay in the lab : (

Tuesday, December 11, 2007



I tie those "fur balls" for fun...they are cute, and they do hunt some big boys...even some eyes were falling...

Monday, December 10, 2007

Animal Behavior Photographer

if I can pick a photographer to work with in the world (besides my brother...)that would be him...
...for me, the edge can be a combination of graphic elements, which is why I have a lot of movement in my pictures, and then the edge of survival, and what that means. So I strive and I shoot a lot of bad frames trying to get tension and movement and an edge. That’s all graphic stuff, and colors, and underlying that is some kind of actual theme that’s about conservation...When I did tigers I pretended the entire weight of the survival of the tiger was on my shoulders for that project. Because I saw this huge fundraising for tigers was really misguided. They were raising millions of dollars to save zoo tigers, and as soon as I got to know about tigers I realized that the only thing that makes the tiger, is a female tiger raising her cubs. If I capture pictures that are really of a wild tiger carrying her cub from one den to the next, and there’s no manipulation, there’s no cage around it...
(A paragraph sum him up... actually this is the photo made me "shout out" when I was flipping over his TIGER album)


Will shoot more beautiful rods this winter! Excited!

Sunday, December 09, 2007

Metropolitan fishing and eating!

High sticking with a baby rod/ fiberglass/lamiglass 3wt 6'6 combined with wetfly was fun and I felt I am reunited with mother Nature and the spirit of FF again.