Jack W. Berryman, Ph.D., professor emeritus of the history of medicine, University of Washington School of Medicine, book author, magazine columnist, former guide, and avid fly fisher, will present an illustrated lecture on three Northwest fly-fishing pioneers and legends: Zane Grey, Ken McLeod, and Roderick Haig-Brown.
Jack is a past columnist for Salmon Trout Steelheader and Northwest Fly-Fishing magazines. He is a past president of the Northshore Chapter of Trout Unlimited, past vice president of the Washington Fly Fishing Club, and past president of the Wild Steelhead Coalition. His book, Fly-Fishing Pioneers & Legends of the Northwest, won the best book award in 2007 from the Outdoor Writers Association of America. He was the recipient of the Fly Fishers International 2017 Roderick Haig-Brown Award for his “literary works that embody the philosophy and spirit of fly- fishing ethics, conservation and the rich history of the sport.” For additional information about Jack and to read some of his writing, look at his website: jackberryman.com