Ambassadors


Pesca Muerta Ambassadors embody our values and represent the essence of what our brand is all about.  They’re humanitarians, artists, field-testers, pioneers and extraordinary visionaries on and off the water.

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Eric Adams is a professional fly fishing guide based in Montana's Paradise Valley, and is the owner/operator of Montana Fly Fishing Guides, one of the area's most successful outfitting operations.  Adams has been chasing trout all over the world for as long as he can remember, and his passion for fishing led him to pursue an undergraduate degree in Environmental Biology and a Master’s degree in Ecology.  This background allows him to convey a unique perspective while guiding, ensuring a day on the water is an educational experience in terms of fishing and the surrounding ecological landscape.  Most importantly, though, Eric has mastered all of the techniques that put a bend in the rod.  This lifelong journey eventually led Eric to the Mecca of trout fishing in Livingston, Montana.  When not fishing or guiding, Eric enjoys skiing, hunting and golfing.

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Jay Talbot is an accomplished artist and angler hailing from the South Carolina Lowcountry, and is the owner of Jaybo Art. An Art Studio graduate from the University of South Carolina, Jay did a short stint in the mortgage business in Columbia, SC before he decided to go full-time as an artist, and we’re glad he did! Jay's art career focuses mainly on private commissions, but he has done some apparel design, including the exclusive artwork for our very own Artist Series of sun shirts and accessories. Jay is also a commissioned dog portrait artist and has donated works to various conservationist charities in and around South Carolina. When not working hard in his Charleston, SC home studio, Jay likes to spend his days on the water chasing redfish on the fly and listening to the Grateful Dead.

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Andy Tennille is a photographer, writer and filmmaker.  Over nearly two decades covering music, Tennille has had his work – photography, writing and short films – featured in Rolling Stone, NPR Music, Huffington Post, New York Times, Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Yahoo! Music, Los Angeles Times, Paste, SPIN, HARP and many others.  Most recently, Andy has worked as a tour photographer / documentarian for Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers and Widespread Panic, an experience which takes him all over the globe.  In addition to these two great bands, Tennille has worked with many other bands that are favorites at Pesca Muerta - Drive-By Truckers, Alabama Shakes, Dave Rawlings Machine, Band of Horses, Steve Winwood, Gillian Welch, Jason Isbell, Joe Cocker, and Patterson Hood.  When not working around the world, Andy calls Winston-Salem, NC home and enjoys spending time with his family. 

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