Fly Fishing Books: Photographing the Rogue

November 29, 2006 By: Marshall Cutchin

Preserving the Rogue river in photographs was an idea that began as a commercial venture but became a labor of love for Roger Dorband, whose book The Rogue: Portrait of a River was recently published by Raven Studios. Paul Fattig writes about the book in the southern Oregon Mail Tribune. “His parents, Al and Alice Dorband, first moved to Grants Pass in 1939 after his father retired from the Navy to fish for the Rogue River steelhead that famed Western writer Zane Grey had written about in his book, Tales of Fresh Water Fishing.” The Rogue: Portrait of a River on Amazon.