Roderick Haig-Brown (1908-1976) was an English-born writer of fishing literature. He spent much of his childhood on his grandfather’s estate, spending time hunting and fishing with his extended family. A series of events early in his adult life brought Haig-Brown to British Columbia, Canada and he fell in love with the area, its scenery and fish and wildlife resources.
Haig-Brown was an avid writer and penned about 30 books. He became well known for his writing on fly fishing, but also had numerous jobs that took him throughout Canada, and promoted various conservation efforts, particularly in British Columbia.
Roderick Haig-Brown books: