From the Back Cover
Get a quick, clear understanding of the essential information you'll need to fly fish the outstanding waters in Oregon's most popular region. Why No Nonsense? You won't waste time. In a few moments you'll know how to fly fish the most enjoyable and rewarding waters in Oregon's High Desert region. Detailed, maps, annotated by the author show you how to get there and where to fish. Illustrations show you flies, fish and everything you need. Use this guide to plan your Oregon fly fishing trip. Or, take this guide along for ready reference.
About the Author
Tom Welsh is editor of the MEDIA LAWYER newsletter, having previously worked at the News Chronicle and the Guardian before becoming Editor of the North Western Evening Mail. After gaining experience teaching journalism at Harlow College, he established the journalism courses at City University,
London where he was Director of Journalism Studies, and later honorary visiting fellow Walter Greenwood is law consultant to Trinity Mirror Editorial Training, Newcastle upon Tyne, former editor (training) of Thomson Regional Newspapers, and Chairman of the Law Examinations Board, NCTJ David Banks
is Head of Short Course Training for Trinity Mirror Editorial Training and the former night editor of the Daily Post. He also teaches law on the Trinity Mirror Group's foundation course in journalism
In the early 80's Harry Teel opened and operated The Fly Fisher's Place, the fly shop in the Central Oregon town of Sisters. He's since retired and devotes his time to grandchildren, fly fishing, and pursuing birdies on various golf courses throughout the United States. Jeff Perin updated information and helped with the new waters in the sixth printing of this popular fly fishing guidebook. He lives in Sisters, Oregon, where he owns and operates the Fly Fisher's Place.