Fly Fisher, Author
Bill Horn started fishing in the Florida Keys in 1958. He took to fly fishing in 1965 primarily for trout. His first bonefish was landed in the Florida Keys in 1974. Bill has pursued bonefish, tarpon and permit on the flats of the Florida Keys and Everglades, the Bahamas, Mexico and Hawaii.
Bill has work in different capacities over the years for the U.S. Department of Interior for Fish, Wildlife and Parks, the U.S./Canada Great Lakes Fish Commission, National Wildlife Refuge Centennial Commission and the National Academy of Sciences.
On The Bow
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He presently works as a Natural Resources Law Attorney and has served the Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies, the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance, Trout Unlimited, The Ruffed Grouse Society, the Conservation Fund and fishing guides/lodges throughout western U.S. and Alaska.
Bill has served or is currently serving on the board of directors for the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, Friends of the Teton River, and Trout Unlimited.
His articles have appeared in American Angler, Fly Rod & Reel, Florida Sportsman, The Angling Report, Bonefish & Tarpon Trust Journal, Keys Weekly Newspaper, and The Pointing Dog Journal.
He has written two books Seasons on the Flats: An Angler’s Year in the Florida Keys and On The Bow: Love, Fear and Fascination in Pursuit of Bonefish, Tarpon and Permit. He’s also co-authored Appalachian Grouse Dog and contributed to A Passion for Grouse.