A Toast to Steelhead with Fly Fishing Host, Photographer & Writer – Jeff Bright -
When: July 30th 5:30 pm-7:30pm
Where: Lost Coast Outfitters
Come join Lost Coast Outfitters for evening with Jeff Bright.
Jeff will give a presentation about fly fishing for anadromous fish 365 Days a year, while you sip some specially selected scotchs and beers for the evening.
In summary, Jeff Bright is a flyfisher committed to the celebration, pursuit and conservation of wild sea-run fish, wherever they swim. In support of those activities, Jeff is a flyfishing writer, photographer, travel specialist/host and graphic designer. His published works include the book Found in a River: Steelhead & Other Revelations (Frank Amato Publications, 2002, HB), magazine articles in Chasing Silver, Fish & Fly, Fly Fisherman, Northwest Fly Fishing, Southwest Fly Fishing, California Fly Fisher, Salmon Trout Steelheader, Fly Fusion and The Contemporary Sportsman, where he also contributes a regualr column titled The Sea-run Angle. His photography has appeared in galleries and periodicals including American Angler, Catch Magazine, Steelhead & Salmon Journal, The Drake, The Fly Fish Journal and on numerous covers of California Fly Fisher. Fine art prints of Jeff’s photographic works are owned and displayed by collectors of angling art throughout the Pacific Northwest and can frequently be seen as auction and raffle items serving fundraising events and campaigns for fish-focused non-profits from Alaska to Southern California. Jeff’s design clients include Wild Steelhead Coalition, California Trout, Native Fish Society, Smith River Alliance, California Coastal Conservancy and California Hydropower Reform Coalition. He is an agent and host for Nicholas Dean Lodge on the Skeena River in Terrace, hosts a week each summer at Blackwell’s Dean River Lodge, both destinations in British Columbia, and travels the world in search of angling opportunities for the biggest and brightest sea-run fish. Other agent/host relationships include Copper Bay Lodge on Haida Gwaii, British Columbia; Estancia Maria Behety on Rio Grande and Estancia Laguna Verde on Lago Strobel, both in Argentine Patagonia and in association with The Fly Shop; and Grand Varzuga Camp on the Varzuga River and Umba Lodge on the Umba River, both on Russia’s Kola Peninsula and in association with Salmon Junkies.