I have always loved to draw fish, but I have never been a fisherman.
I did not even know that was an option for Michigan fishing licenses until I got the chance to draw some for my dad’s annual trip to Michigan, and he had a wonderful experience.
The day after he came back to the United States, his wife asked him if he would like to draw a fish, so we all started drawing.
It was a great experience and I got to draw two fish on the spot!
He is very appreciative of my drawing the fish and I really appreciate him for the opportunity.
When I was younger, I was a huge fan of drawing fish in general.
I was also very interested in fish that I would normally find in the wild.
My wife, who is also a freelance illustrator, also draws a lot of fish in the water.
She is always trying to find ways to draw more interesting and colorful fish in her work, so I am really excited to get my fish drawn for her.
I do a lot to keep my family and I friends up to date on what’s going on in the fishing world, and I know that drawing fish for my own family members is just one way to do that.
The Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission of Michigan has made it a goal to update the Michigan Fishing License to include more pictures of Michigan fishing fish and a few more fish species.
If you are a fisherman looking to draw, I would highly recommend looking up the Fish and Game Licenses in your area to make sure you are on the right page.
Photo Credits: I have used my personal photos and illustrations in this post, as well as some of my work from my Flickr page.
If you have any questions about my use of my images, please feel free to reach out to me.