Author Tags: Fishing, Mitchell Press
An American economist who graduated from Princeton in 1920, Fennelly taught economics at Columbia and entered the investment business in 1929. Having served in World War I as a flying cadet, he was on the staff of the War Production Board in Washington in World War II at which time he co-authored a book called Fiscal Planning for Total War. While living in a suburb of Chicago he made frequent visits to British Columbia as a fisherman and businessman, writing a book about his fishing triumphs in northern B.C.
Steelhead Paradise (Mitchell Press, 1963, 1970)