I have put this off too long and would like to share with all of you fine steelheaders that have the fever. Attached is a reply to a letter I wrote to Roderick Haig-Brown back in 1974. I don’t have a copy of the letter I wrote, however, you can surmise what I was asking. (If the attachment doesn’t work, please let me know and I will repost) I have held off mounting this treasure since 1974 and welcome any and all ideas. My thought has been to tie up a “Steelhead Bee” with a shadow box and his letter. I did accomplish my goal of landing steelhead on a dry flies (although not many since I got away from it somehow), including one on a Steelhead Bee at the North Umpqua. I have since slowed my pursuit of the steelhead dramatically, but intend to reignite the fever maybe this fall someplace, or actually probably this summer. Anyway, here’s to all you steelhead fly fisherman that use to read Roderick Haig-Brown, the person that taught me to love fly fishing. Enjoy.