About Henry

Henry has been pursuing striped bass on both fly and light tackle for over 30 years in both Saltwater and Freshwater. His reputation and knowledge precedes him as being a leader in the fly fishing and fly tying industry.

Henry currently guides on both Lake Sidney Lanier (north of Atlanta, GA) and Lake Allatoona (northwest of Atlanta, GA) for stripers and trophy spotted bass. He is an accomplished fly tier  and outdoor writer as well. As an Umpqua Feather Merchants fly designer his flies are available at many fly shops around the United States as well as in the Orvis and LL Bean catalogue.

His flies, as well as the articles on how to tie them continue to appear in magazines such as American Angler, Flyfishing in Saltwaters, Fly Tyer, Flyfishing America and Fly Fisherman. His articles on fly fishing techniques and tactics appeared regularly in Salt Water Fly Fishing Magazine as his name was on their masthead as a contributing writer. Henry’s name now also appears on the masthead of both American Angler and Fly Tyer magazine as a contributing editor/writer.

Henry is also an FFF certified casting instructor. He is well known for his many seminars on salt water fly fishing as well as fresh water fly fishing for striped bass, Kentucky spotted bass and carp.

He has appeared, as a guest, on a number of nationally televised outdoor shows (The Orvis Sporting Life, Growing Up Outdoors, The Reel Guys, One More Cast w/Shaw Grigsby and Oneill Outside) as well as some regional outdoor television shows (Georgia Outdoors etc). He is also the fishing personality on the video “Flyfishing for Landlocked stripers” which is available at many fly shops around the country.

Henry was recently named to be on the Yellow Dog Fly Fishing Adventures esteemed “field advisory staff”.

Henry is currently on pro staff with Humminbird Electronics. He is on the guide programs for Sage, Simms, Tibor, Rio, TFO and Orvis in addition to Ranger Boats, G3 Boats, Yamaha Marine and Johnson Outdoors (Minnkota trolling motors).

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