Three well-known fly fishers (and friends) come together to share the solid technical know-how they've learned from years of fishing the ever-elusive trout.
Rick Hafele (www.rickhafele.com) has been studying aquatic insects and freshwater biology professionally for over thirty years. As a writer, he penned the Entomology column for American Angler magazine for thirty years, and has several major books to his credit including Complete Book of Western Hatches, An Anglerâ€™s Guide to Aquatic Insects and Their Imitations, Western Mayfly Hatches, and Nymph-Fishing Rivers and Streams. He is also the host of numerous instructional fly-fishing DVDs, among them Anatomy of a Trout Stream and Advanced Tactics for Emergers & Dries. He lives in Wilsonville, Oregon. Dave Hughes is a highly respected fly-fishing writer with more than two dozen books in print, including Trout from Small Streams: 2nd Edition, Handbook of Hatches: 2nd Edition, and Trout Flies. He lives in Portland, Oregon. Skip Morris (www.skip-morris-fly-tying.com) is the author of seventeen fly-fishing books--including Seasons for Trout, Tactics for Trout, and Trout Flies for Rivers--and hundreds of magazine articles. He fishes and writes from his home in Washington State.