Morgan Lyle is an award-winning journalist and lifelong fly fisher from New York. He has written for publications including The New York Times and Newsday, and served as assistant director of public relations for Long Island University. In his free time, he fly fishes for striped bass in the Long Island Sound and trout in upstate New York and around the country.
Morgan has written for national fly fishing magazines including American Angler, Fly Tyer, The Drake, Trout: The Journal of Coldwater Fisheries Conservation, Fly Fisherman and others, and been the fly fishing columnist for the New York Outdoor News since 2004, as well as author of his blog, The Fly Line. Along with the basics of fly fishing and fly tying, he has written extensively about environmental and regulatory issues and business trends in the fly fishing world.
Fly fishing is for everyone -- whether you're male or female, old or young, and no matter where you live. Whether it's wading a sun-dappled stream, casting on an East Coast beach on a starry summer night or angling for big trout amid the changing leaves of fall, I've had many of my happiest moments while fly fishing. I'll share what I've learned and help you discover this great sport for yourself.