Henry Giles caught his first salmon on Scotland’s River Conon in 1981. Schooled at Christ's Hospital, he read medieval history at university and has sub edited and written on newspapers from the Sunday Express to the Evening Standard and country and fieldsports magazines, where he worked for six years on Trout and Salmon. His fishing writing has in the last two years been published in the Flyfishers' Journal; Trout & Salmon and Waterlog. Henry lives in Cambridgeshire with Chloe and Pippa, 10, Yorkshire terrier Lucky and two horses. He blogs about fishing in Scotland, Norway and New Brunswick where he fishes most years.