Chester Allen: My new book, "Fly Fishing for Sea-Run Cutthroat," was published earlier this year. I've been a fly angler for 44 of my 51 years. I live in Hood River, Oregon and I'm a graduate of the University of Oregon. I was outdoor columnist for The Olympian in Olympia, WA for eight years. I've been fishing for sea-run cutts since 1989.
Nate Brumley: See workshop biography
Nick Farline: See workshop biography
Kelly G. Glissmeyer: Kelly is a long-time fly tyer, demo fly tyer, author, photographer of all things fly-fishing. He currently authors the Fly Tips column for the Federation's Flyfisher magazine. Kelly resides in Rigby, ID with wife Cathy.
Rod Griffin: I am a fly fishing river guide specializing in steelhead trout and smallmouth bass. I have 14 years’ experience as a guide and fish the Methow and Grande Ronde Rivers.
Bill & Dean Keister: See workshop biography
Soon Lee: See workshop biography.
Darrel Martin: See workshop biography
Dayle Mazzarella: Dayle, a Master Certified Instructor, has coached over 50 championship athletic teams in 4 different sports and has been the recipient of numerous coaching and teaching awards. His instructional model has been recognized by "Newsweek" magazine, "Worth" magazine and "Tearing Down the Gates", by Peter Sacks.
Bart Mihailovich - Spokane Riverkeeper: Bart Mihailovich has been the Spokane Riverkeeper since 2010. As Riverkeeper, Bart works to protect the Spokane River through advocacy, outreach, education and when necessary legal action.
Ed Nicholson: Mr. Nicholson had a 30 year career in the Navy that included the command of a destroyer and a frigate. His own stay in Walter Reed in 2005 gave him a close look at the returning wounded and was the genesis for Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing. A desire to offer fly fishing to some of those patients soon blossomed to currently include 130 programs in military and VA hospitals and clinics in 46 states.
Jim Pankiewicz: Jim is the creator and producer of "Lessons from the Carp Lodge" the original video series demonstrating how to catch Carp on the Fly. He has also published numerous magazine articles.
Jim Teeny: See demonstration tier biography
Stu Thompson: Stu is currently on pro-staff for Streamside Products and Super Fly Inc. He has fished for numerous species and has 21 patterns in production. Stu is also a free lance writer and has appeared on Fly Fish T.V.
Jeff Voigt: Lifetime fly fisher. Twenty nine year resident of Eastern Washington. Spend and average three days per week fly fishing the waters of Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho, and Western Montana. See my information at www.flyfishingprograms.com
David Paul Williams: David is an outdoor writer, media presenter, teacher, and deonstration fly tier who caught his first smallmouth bass forty years ago. He is the Washington Council secretary and newsletter editor. In real life he's an attorney and real estate broker.