“TAMING A TIGER” | A PHOTO ESSAY BY JIM KLUG PHOTOGRAPHY | REVIVE FLY FISHING
Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures premier and primary shooter, Jim Klug, has a stunning layout in the new on-line issue of “REVIVE” Fly Fishing Journal. It features a photo essay from Jim Klug on African tigerfish in Tanzania. Here are a few images, but we won’t spoil it for you.
Tanzania’s Mnyera and Ruhudji Rivers together offer one of the last remaining frontiers of freshwater fishing – trophy tigerfish on the fly in one of the most remote areas of Africa. Set deep in an untouched corner of the Tanzanian wilderness, this area is home to monster 20lb+ tigers. A trip to Tanzania, Africa is without a doubt a journey to the wildest edge of fly fishing,
ABOUT JIM KLUG OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY
Jim Klug’s outdoor photography primarily focuses on fly fishing, outdoor landscapes, and global travel images. His work has appeared in dozens of editorials, commercial marketing campaigns, books and other various publications, including: The Drake Magazine, The FlyFish Journal, The Big Sky Journal, USA Today, Fly Fisherman Magazine, Fly Rod & Reel, Fly Fishing in Saltwaters, Fly Fusion Magazine, Caribbean Travel & Life, the New York Times, the L.A. Times, and many others. As founder and Director of Operations for destination angling entity Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures, Jim has been fortunate enough to travel to many of the world’s top fly fishing destinations, including Belize, all throughout the Bahamas, Central and South America, India, Asia, Africa, the Seychelles, numerous countries throughout Europe, and to all fifty of the United States. Aside from his photography, Jim is also the co-owner, producer, and writer for Confluence Films.