John P. Lee
Website: www.gotight.net (currently offline)
J.P Lee is the co-director of Outflow Fishing. He has been fishing his whole life, mostly in New England, in many different fisheries, from bluegill sunfish to broadbill swordfish. Along with being an angler, he also worked commercially for many years on Rhode Island squid and lobsterboats. Lately, John has focused more of his efforts into writing and photos—which often center around fish and the sea. His work can be seen in Surfcasters Journal, where he is a regular columnist; Anglers Journal, Edible Rhody, National Fisherman, and the Providence Business News. But his love for working at sea is not gone: he has a regular gig working on a pilotboat in the shipping industry. If you happen to see a blue pilotboat, 64-feet long, making a fluke or striper drift on Block Island Sound that would be John.
Dave Anderson is also the co-director of Outflow Fishing. His fishing obsession began, in earnest, at age 7 when his family moved to the shores of one of Massachusetts’ best bass ponds. Surfcasting took over around the age of 18 and took firm hold in 2002 when he moved to the shores of Buzzards Bay. He is known for upholding an old school fishing mentality—don’t ask, don’t tell. But he also loves to pass his knowledge on through writing, focusing on the experience and how to become a better angler rather than where to go. Dave held the positon of Managing Editor of The Fisherman Magazine from 2007 to 2010 and now holds the same position with Surfcasters Journal. In addition to fishing, Dave loves to build wooden lures, play guitar and hunt for Native American artifacts. He is also a family man, and enjoys nothing more than introducing his young daughter to all of the things the New England outdoors has to offer.
Jerry is an adventurer, who is uncompromising in his pursuit of his outdoor passions. Principle among these pursuits, is fishing. Jerry came to fishing very young; the moment he could hold a rod in his hand, he was catching panfish, catfish, trout, and bass on his family’s property in Vermont. As an adult, Jerry became a fanatical surf fisherman, employing lures and flies in the pursuit of his quarry. In freshwater, he’s now gone all in on fly fishing. He’s fished up and down the East Coast of the United States, and some of the West, but New England has always been “home”. He often combines his love of running, mountain biking, and hiking with fishing. He also enjoys writing both technical and entertainment pieces about fishing, and is a contributor to The Fisherman and Surfcasters Journal. He holds a Doctorate in Exercise Physiology and has conducted a wide variety of biomedical and comparative biological research- from working with dragonflies to US Army soldiers.