Michael Riehle is the Supervisory Fisheries Biologist for the Deschutes National Forest in Oregon. He is stationed at the Sisters Ranger District at the base of the Three Sisters Mountains. Mike has spent the past decade working to protect the district’s resources. He succeeded in helping to gain “Wild and Scenic” status for a corridor of Whychus Creek, which runs through the town of Sisters. Mike is the Lead Resource Advisor during wildfire season. He is an avid fly angler and a reader of Catch Magazine.