Southeast Alaska Steelhead will help all shermen catch more steelhead from Southeast Alaska to everywhere else steelhead may be found. Furthermore, it will give you the information you need to be successful on a self-guided steelhead shing trip to Southeast Alaska. It will inspire you to challenge yourself to become a better sherman and to think more deeply about this sport you love. By reading Southeast Alaska Steelhead, you will become more excited to get out on the river, to experiment, to learn, and to perfect your shing methods. Southeast Alaska Steelhead will add tools, methods, philosophy, and secrets to your current repertoire of skills you already possess. Simply stated, after reading Southeast Alaska Steelhead, you will hook more steelhead. e stories in Southeast Alaska Steelhead also teach life lessons that will be enjoyed by any sherman or outdoor enthusiast. Southeast Alaska Steelhead is a must have book for any serious sherman's library.
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About the Author
Steven McLaren grew up in Wyoming, Idaho, and Arizona. His father taught him how to y sh in Idaho on the Henry's Fork of the Snake River. Steve's wife and three of his kids moved to Ketchikan, Alaska in August of 1998. His last son was born in Ketchikan. Steve is principal for an elementary school in Ketchikan. He has steelhead shed many streams in Southeast Alaska. Steve shes speci cally for steelhead more than 60 days a year. He has logged and researched more than 4,000 hours of time shing for steelhead on Southeast Alaska streams.