Leo (Lee) Hartman lives along the Upper Delaware River in Equinunk, PA. He is a 45-year veteran on the Delaware system and former owner of Indian Springs Fly Fishing Camp in Lordville, New York. Lee continues to guide on the river and host anglers to great fly-fishing destinations throughout the world. Lee, a staunch conservationist, co-founded Friends of the Upper Delaware River (FUDR) and is currently co-chairman of the Delaware River Committee for the Pennsylvania Council of Trout Unlimited. Lee accepted a Community Service Award by the Upper Delaware Council in 2014 and also received U.S. Congressional recognition for outstanding and invaluable service to the community.He is the author of Trails in a Wild Frontier (self-published) about his fishing travels throughout Siberia and the Kola Peninsula from 1990 to 2013. Hartman was an agent for a Swedish company on the Kola Peninsula, routinely taking American clients for Atlantic salmon.