About the Author
Will Godfrey learned the finer points of fly fishing from his father at an early age. In 1967 he established Will Godfrey Fly Fishing Centers at Last Chance, Max Inn on the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River and in Boise, Idaho. He outfitted and guided on the Henry’s Fork in Idaho as well as all of the rivers in southwest Montana and Yellowstone Park for more than 20 years. Will first fished for steelhead on the Babine River in British Columbia. Will is an accomplished writer, speaker, fly fisherman, and fly tier. He has been honored with the Federation of Flyfishers Man of the Year Award, the FFF Presidential Award, and the Eastern Idaho Fly Fishing Heritage Award. Will and his wife, Sandra, currently live in Lewiston, Idaho, where he spends a lot of time further indulging and satisfying his passion for steelhead fly fishing on the Clearwater, Grand Ronde, and Snake Rivers.
Drew Stoecklein’s early years in Sun Valley, Idaho fueled his passion for the outdoors and photography. He honed his skills at Brooks Institute of Photography and obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with an emphasis on photography and a Minor in Business Administration from Montana State University in Bozeman. During his years at Brooks he studied with legendary Hollywood photographer Douglas Kirkland and world-famous wildlife photographer Dan Cox. Today he lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he continues his career as a professional photographer and big mountain skier.