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Fly fishing in Colorado is huge. As one would expect, there are no shortage of fly fishing guides. But whereas other guides focus on particular waters, Colorado Home Bases, Fishing Places is organized by region, centering on locations out of which fly fishers can "home base." In other words, this book is organized the same way that people organize their fly fishing trips.
The last volume of our series concludes with 19 experts sharing their techniques and tips which will improve the success rate of every flyfisher!
This volume promises to educate the Fishing public on the following species - Trout in Streams, Largescale Yellowfish, Tilapia, Smallmouth Black Bass, Saltwater Onshore & Offshore Species.
This volume contains the secrets of 21 experts, each divulging how to succeed in targeting the species of their choice.
This volume promises to educate the Fishing public on the following species - Brown Trout, Carp, Natal Yellowfish, Smallmouth Yellowfish in Rivers, King Mackerel and Bonefish.
In Volume 3 we, once again, call on 18 different experts, each sharing their extensive knowledge of the flies they favour, how they tie them and how to fish them.
This volume promises to educate the Fishing public on the following species - Stillwater Trout, Tiger Fish, Clanwilliam Yellowfish, Garrick and Queenfish.
This series of favoured flies and select techniques of the experts, referred to as favoured flies in short, will progressively introduce you to the complete collage of Southern African fly-taking species. The Contributors have done all the research and hard work with many hours bon the water.
This volume promises to educate the Fishing public on the following species - Rainbow Trout, Stillwater Yellowfish, Largescale and Smallscale Yellowfish, Catfish, Skipjack and Spotted Grunter.
In this remarkably in-depth book, you will share the secrets of the experts - information on their favourite flies, how they tie them and how they fish them.
This title is divided into six sections dealing with rainbow trout, large and smallmouth yellows, bass, shad and kingfish.
Each species is dealt with by three or four of our leading fly fishers (19 in total) who have picked up to six of their favourite flies, explained how and why they fish them, and then described each fly in detail with the support of excellent colour photography.
Mexico has enough flyfishing opportunities to
keep an angler busy for decades, and author Phil
Shook breaks it down from Baja to the Yucatan and well
beyond. Everything from tourist destinations like Cancun,
Mazatlan and Acapulco, to lesser known locales
such as Campeche, Ascension Bay, Tampico, Veracruz,
Xcalak and much more, Shook has dedicated years of
his life to researching Mexico's vast fisheries, and readers
are privy to his insights in this all-inclusive book. If
it's a viable sport-fishery, it's in the book.
Shook guides anglers to the best tarpon, permit,
bonefish and roosterfish fishing, while giving tips
to steer them clear from potential trouble. Shook also
details the best lodges, guide services and guides from
his experience. Also covered are dorado, sailfish,
mackerel, redfish, seatrout, snook, jack crevalle, marlin,
ladyfish, snapper, tuna, barracuda, baby tarpon,
needlefish, skipjack and more.
Angler's need not avoid Mexico with the information
contained in this guide. If you're a seasoned
saltwater expert looking to expand your repertoire,
you'll want this book. If you've always dreamed of getting
wet in the tropics with targeting 100-pound tarpon
or 8-pound bones, you'll want this book.
Second Edition of Flyfisher's Guide to New York with detailed maps, hatch charts and travel information
Nemec gives the Silver State's most-productive fisheries the complete treatment in this definitive guide for both the famous and underrated flyfishing opportunities in Nevada. Includes detailed maps, hub city information, where to find fly shops, and other necessary details to plan an exciting trip.
Here is a guide to the most revolutionary development in British angling for many years: fly-fishing for trout and grayling in the very centre of towns and cities throughout the United Kingdom.
There has long been a divide between flyfishing and coarse fishing - but there is no reason for it This book shows you how to fish in a new way, showing flyfishers and coarse anglers the benefits of both areas of the sport.
In this clear and attractive book are all the essential skills you need to be a competent all-round flyfisher. With John Symonds you will learn how to fish for trout and salmon in stillwaters from both bank and boat; in rivers; dry fly and wet fly. You will know how to tie reliable and easy knots, to construct the right leaders, learn where the fish are most likely to lie, how to cast to them and which flies to use. How to Flyfish will bring you up-to-date with all the latest on leader construction and knots, boat control with the paradrogue, traditional nymphing methods to the popular tenkara style. Packed with useful tips and clear diagrams.
This ample selection of articles and essays by one of America's
most popular writers about fly-fishing begins with a moment on
Michigan's Au Sable River--the exact moment when the author lost
his heart to fly-fishing. This collection chronicles a fishing life
punctuated by a revealing trip with one of his grown sons and
mellow reflections from a hospital bed.
Tennessee has long hosted some of the United
States' best big-brown-trout fisheries, yet somehow it
has managed to stay under the radar. Until now. Longtime
writer and flyfishing guide Don Kirk covers everything
in his all new guide book the Flyfisher's Guide to
Productive tailwaters like the Clinch River, South
Holston River and Watauga River are covered in full
detail, as are their tributaries and reservoirs. And Kirk
goes well beyond the major drainages, deep into the
Cherokee National Forest uncovering some gorgeous
gems that will give up trout for days.
From brook, brown and rainbow trout to bass
and panfish, Kirk covers all the gamefish. Hatch charts,
detailed maps, recommended flies, specialized techniques,
accommodations, sporting goods and fly
shops, restaurants and all other relevant information is
included. Kirk gives you tips from a lifetime of flyfishing
in Tennessee in this comprehensive volume.
If you're ready to give the tailwater pigs a shot,
or even if you just want to pluck some brookies from an
idyllic mountain brook, you'll want this book. Tennessee
is the next great destination - get in while you can.
The book prepares fly fishermen to increase their probability of fishing success on any given day of the year in the Rockies. It provides details on the identification of the fish, understanding their feeding habits, types and conditions of water in any season. The reader will be armed with an understanding of the types and availability of the various major hatches and their metamorphosis. The book includes information on terrestrials, preferred temperatures, spawning patterns and recommended flies for each season or hatch for both subsurface and surface fishing. A removable field guide is provided for insect identification and suggested flies. Special treatment is also given to diverse subjects such as night fishing, nymphing, "catch and release" procedures, and Northern Pike and Kokanee Salmon fishing.
Completely updated and with much new information, this is a guide to every trout and salmon fishing river in Ireland. It contains a description of each river, the game species present, the most productive stretches, stock levels, average size, catch records, permit requirements and best flies to use.
The Better Half of Flyfishing is not an expert "how-to" book, but rather a collection of helpful hints for the beginner. The author relates humorous stories about the many faces of flyfishing gleaned from the her female perspective, both as a novice to the sport and a pragmatist to life. This refreshing look at traditions, dogma and folklore will entertain all audiences. Women are often enticed into to the sport by their "better half" male counterpart. But flyfishing also embodies a "better half," a side beyond the catch, one that is exhilarating in its human and spiritual depth. The angler is often on a journey in a sport that parallels life's curious path. The flyfishing allegory symbolizes the "better half" within each of us that often needs luring to be revealed.
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