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Seasons of the Steelhead

Just got a copy in the mail from the Red Shed. It Rocks! Started reading the text and checking out the photography and got home sick for the Clearwater River. It prompted me to make a post in "General". Will Godfrey and Drew Stoecklein have done a remarkable job portraying the essence of steelhead fishing throughout the seasons.

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Showed up under the tree for me, I'll second that this is a great addition to the bookshelf. The DW couldn't wait to show me the pic of Poppy in his element! Bravo Will and Drew.
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Check Out Red Shed Sign

Check out page six. It should look familiar also. It's the next to the door going into the Red Shed. Idaho Withdrawal.

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I can't seem to find any info on this book. Can anyone help me out with a link or something.
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Here is the publisher's blurb:

Riveting essays & journal entries written by legendary fly fisherman & guide, Will Godfrey, whose enthusiasm for the quest is captivating & contagious. Full color photos by Drew Stoecklein. Full color; 12x10 inches, 204 pgs.


Stoecklein Publishing's latest release celebrates the sport and tradition of fly fishing for steelhead in the pristine rivers of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Often a solitary, cold, and damp pursuit, steelhead fishing attracts individuals who embrace the mystery and challenge of searching for these elusive fish throughout the year, patiently waiting for that surge of adrenaline when a steelhead grabs the line.

David Stoecklein's son, Drew, conveys a passion for these majestic, beautiful fish with eye-catching photographs of gorgeous waters, sparkling fish, and the colorful flies and tireless fishermen who hunt for them. Stoecklein's photographs are accompanied by riveting essays and journal entries written by legendary fly fisherman and guide, Will Godfrey, whose enthusiasm for the quest is captivating and contagious.


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I can't seem to find any info on this book. Can anyone help me out with a link or something.
Poppy has them at the Redshed....a site sponsor.

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