Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Mono Lake: Stop Fishing and Start Shooting!

The only thing you're going to catch at Mono Lake is a good picture. And, that was exactly my plan while on a fishing trip in California's Eastern Sierra a few years ago.

It was an oddly calm day. No wind! It's usually very windy in the afternoon on Mono Lake, but not on this specific day. I had my Nikon DSLR in hand and the sun was setting. I was able to capture some pretty good images of the Tufa formations that make Mono Lake such a unique place.

Join us in sharing YOUR favorite nature photos here on the Virtual Fly Guides website. My brother Darin and I have developed quite a love affair with photography. If you share the same love for fly-fishing and photography, start sharing both experiences here on the Virtual Fly Guides website.

If you have any questions about these images or want to discuss photography and/or fly-fishing the Eastern Sierra (or anywhere else for that matter) feel free to comment below and I'll respond as time allows.


Sean Wallentine
Co-Founder, The Virtual Fly Guides


  1. Amazing place.Sounds like you had an great and successful adventure fishing experience,Great blog!

    1. Thanks Exmouth. Yes, the Eastern Sierra is a great place to catch trout. So many places to fish! And, the imagery is outstanding. Best to you! - Sean

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