An out-of-focus photograph shows H. H. West, Jr. fishing in Matilija Creek while he stands on a bed of rocks in the middle of the creek. He stands in profile at left and faces right. He holds his fishing rod out in front of him. Boulders in the creek stand behind him at right. Trees and shrubbery line the creek's bank behind him at left.
Photograph of dozens of fish, caught in Piru Creek, lying in rows atop a tarp that lines the ground. The tarp stretches across the sandy mid-ground at an upward angle from left to right. The fish lie in rows upon a smaller tarp set atop the larger tarp. The base of a chaparral-covered hillside stands in the background.
H. H. West's daughters, Frances and Elizabeth, and their cousin, Wilfrid Cline, on a boat. Elizabeth and Wilfrid are fishing. Frances sits back with her hand on her sister's shoulder. Elizabeth wears a hat. Wilfrid wears a tie.
Photograph, from left to right, of Charlie Stavnow and Al Schmitz looking at 2 trout caught from Convict Creek. Charlie sits on a raised, grassy patch of ground and faces towards the right. He rests his arms to his knees as he holds a trout by the mouth in each hand. He gazes down to his hands. A basket sits between his legs and a fishing rod rests against him. Al Schmitz stands in partial view at far right and also gazes at the fish. Open, grassy land stretches into the background. Snow-covered mountains stand in the far distance.