Got a little angry with this guy after he caught what looked like a medium sized Rainbow Trout. I could tell he was having problems, not only handling the slippery fella, but removing the hook. I always thought that “catch and release” meant using barbless hooks. But evidently this guy skipped that class. I couldContinue reading “One Fisherman who shouldn’t be”
The annual River Festival was in full swing this weekend, after a year off due to the pandemic. The festival usually features kayaking competitions, but once again, the river’s flow is too low due to the drought. But the music, food, and beer was flowing non-stop. The festival, which is normally free to attend, was,Continue reading “The River Festival is back, almost…”
…and this one had a very good day with this beautiful Brown Spotted Trout catch. I estimate it was approx. 18″ long. These fishermen are usually catch and release. This one will see another day and probably another lucky fisherman’s catch down the road…
The fish didn’t seem to be biting today…
Fans were excited and lines were long for the Reno Aces home opening game. I had hoped to be invited to the opener by the team’s General Manager (Emily Jaenson) to cover it, but wasn’t, so this is all I got from outside the stadium
One of my favorite subjects to capture with my 300mm lens are the kayakers on the river. I love capturing the facial expressions and stopping the action of the water swirling around them. There was a small group this evening attempting to practice their tricks in the rapids
…he’s sitting on a rock in the center of the river repairing it.
The Comstock Arabian Association held their Spring Fiesta Horse Show this weekend at the Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center
…seeking new edges to test their skills on without drawing blood or breaking a bone. The higher, the better. This is a sequence of images of one of the skateboarders, being documented by a videographer, sliding along a concrete edge, successfully making it to the other side without as much as a scratch.
Even though we don’t have any large white water rapids, our kayakers make due with what we do have. And usually do a pretty good job with their trick executions
It’s not often I get to witness a fisherman’s catch. This one was definitely a whopper of a catch Rainbow Trout. After a quick photo, the catch was released back to the chilly waters to be someone else’s catch another day
Following a year of shutdowns due to the pandemic, the festival organizers are planning one for this year…