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The L L Bean Ultimate Book of Fly Fishing

The L  L  Bean Ultimate Book of Fly Fishing Author Macauley Lord
ISBN-10 159228891X
Release 2005
Pages 344
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A compilation of the best instructional books on fly fishing available today, authored by some of the world's foremost fly-fishing experts.



L L Bean Fly Fishing Handbook

L L  Bean Fly Fishing Handbook Author Dave Whitlock
ISBN-10 9781461749707
Release 2006-12-01
Pages 196
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The newest edition of a fly fishing classic by one of the sports most noted authors and illustrators.



Fly Casting

Fly Casting Author Macauley Lord
ISBN-10 1592282911
Release 2007
Pages 146
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This updated, all-color edition of the famous L.L. Bean Fly-Casting Handbook is based on the methods time-tested in the Bean Fly Fishing Schools.



Keystone Fly Fishing

Keystone Fly Fishing Author Henry Ramsay
ISBN-10 1934753459
Release 2017-02-01
Pages 432
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The definitive, up-to-date guide to Pennsylvania's best fly fishing by regional experts and guides. Includes over 200 rivers and streams across the state as well as information on where to fish for trout, smallmouth bass, and other game fish species. First ever guidebook to the state written by a group of regional experts (professional guides, fly fishing instructors, lecturers, fly tiers) to provide insider knowledge to the best fishing opportunities. Stunning color photographs, accurate maps (created with GIS), and over 200 local fly patterns are featured.



Fifty Places to Fly Fish Before You Die

Fifty Places to Fly Fish Before You Die Author Chris Santella
ISBN-10 9781613120729
Release 2012-11-16
Pages 224
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Amateur or expert, every angler dreams of landing the big one, but that's only part of the appeal of fly fishing. Because even when hours pass without a bite, nothing beats the rugged beauty of the surroundings. For both armchair travelers and avid outdoorsmen who may have already started a checklist of their own, Fifty Places to Fly Fish Before You Die maps out the meccas of the fly-fishing world. Through in-depth interviews with the sport's acknowledged gurus, author Chris Santella goes beyond standard guides to convey the very essence of the recommended locations. Readers can vicariously cast mouse pattners to fifty-pound taimen in the wilds of Mongolia, wrangle with wily permit off the Florida Keys, and match the hatch on Montana's Armstrong's Spring Creek. Jardines de la Reina, Cuba (tarpon), the Zhupanova River, Kamchatka (rainbow trout), and the Rio Negro, Brazil (peacock bass) are also included. The essays include a cultural and natural history of each site, along with colorful anecdotes based on the author's and authorities' experiences. With breath-takingly-beautiful photos of the spots, many by celebrated fly-fishing photographer R. Valentine Atkinson, the book also provides adventurous anglers with enough travel-and-tackle information so that they, too, can start planning excursions to go fish around the globe.



Trout and Their Food

Trout and Their Food Author Dave Whitlock
ISBN-10 9781602396937
Release 2010
Pages 194
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Anew book by Dave Whitlock, author of some of the best books on fly fishing ever written, is a reason for fly fishermen to celebrate—and the aim of this book is simple. Whitlock wants to take the guesswork out of fly fishing and pass on the wisdom he’s ac



Casting a Spell

Casting a Spell Author George Black
ISBN-10 9780307494368
Release 2009-03-12
Pages 272
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Thirty-five million Americans–one in eight–like to go fishing. Fly fishers have always considered themselves the aristocracy of the sport, and a small number of those devotees, a few thousand at most, insist upon using one device in the pursuit of their obsession: a handcrafted split-bamboo fly rod. Meeting this demand for perfection are the inheritors of a splendid art, one that reveres tradition while flouting obvious economic sense and reaches back through time to touch the hands of such figures as Theodore Roosevelt and Henry David Thoreau. In Casting a Spell, George Black introduces readers to rapt artisans and the ultimate talismans of their uncompromising fascination: handmade bamboo fly rods. But this narrative is more than a story of obscure objects of desire. It opens a new vista onto a century and a half of modern American cultural history. With bold strokes and deft touches, Black explains how the ingenuity of craftsmen created a singular implement of leisure–and how geopolitics, economics, technology, and outrageous twists of fortune have all come to focus on the exquisitely crafted bamboo rod. We discover that the pastime of fly-fishing intersects with a mind-boggling variety of cultural trends, including conspicuous consumption, environmentalism, industrialization, and even cold war diplomacy. Black takes us around the world, from the hidden trout streams of western Maine to a remote valley in Guangdong Province, China, where grows the singular species of bamboo known as tea stick–the very stuff of a superior fly rod. He introduces us to the men who created the tools and techniques for crafting exceptional rods and those who continue to carry the torch in the pursuit of the sublime. Never far from the surface are such overarching themes as the tension between mass production and individual excellence, and the evolving ways American society has defined, experienced, and expressed its relationship to the land. Fly-fishing may seem a rarefied pursuit, and making fly rods might be a quixotic occupation, but this rich, fascinating narrative exposes the soul of an authentic part of America, and the great significance of little things. George Black’s latest expedition into a hidden corner of our culture is an utterly enchanting, illuminating, and enlightening experience. From the Hardcover edition.



Freshwater Fish of the Northeast

Freshwater Fish of the Northeast Author Matt Patterson
ISBN-10 9781584658191
Release 2010
Pages 128
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A vividly illustrated guide to more than 60 freshwater fish from the ponds, lakes, rivers, and streams of New England and New York



Curtis Creek Manifesto

Curtis Creek Manifesto Author Sheridan Anderson
ISBN-10 0936608064
Release 1989-05-01
Pages 48
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Finest beginner fly-fishing guide due to its simple, straight-forward approach. It is laced with outstanding humor provided in its hundreds of illustrations. All the practical information you need to know is presented in an extremely delightful way such as rod, reel, fly line and fly selection, casting, reading water, insect knowledge to determine which fly pattern to use, striking and playing fish, leaders and knot tying, fly tying, rod repairs, and many helpful tips. A great, easy-to-understand book.



The Orvis Guide to Beginning Fly Fishing

The Orvis Guide to Beginning Fly Fishing Author The Orvis Company
ISBN-10 9781626366930
Release 2013-12-13
Pages 208
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This book, written with the support of America's oldest fishing tackle business, offers beginners a chance to learn the fundamentals of the great sport of fly fishing quickly and easily. The Orvis Guide to Beginning Fly Fishing can be the start of a lifetime journey of discovery that will increase your intimacy with the natural world and allow you to gain skill and finesse in your fly fishing techniques. Proven teaching techniques and bright, helpful illustrations and photographs will enable new fly fishers to: * Select and assemble proper, balanced tackle * Cast a line with authority and accuracy * Chose the correct fly for any situation * Tie the two most useful fishing knots * Find fish in lakes, rivers, and salt water * and much more Here are fishing ethics, helpful safety advice, basic angling terms, everything the new fly fisher needs in a crisp, helpful, and finely illustrated primer of the highest rank.



The Complete Book of Fly Fishing

The Complete Book of Fly Fishing Author Tom McNally
ISBN-10 0070456380
Release 1997-09-22
Pages 368
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Describes freshwater and saltwater fly fishing equipment, techniques, and species, and includes diagrams, photographs, and charts



L L Bean

L L  Bean Author Leon A. Gorman
ISBN-10 1578511836
Release 2006
Pages 304
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Looks at the history of the successful mail-order company, the challenges it faces, and its evolution since its start in 1912.



A Passion for Steelhead

A Passion for Steelhead Author Dec Hogan
ISBN-10 0974642711
Release 2006
Pages 319
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Adventure-minded anglers can chase the elusive, silvery steelhead with this book of techniques, revelations, and observations by an expert guide. Pointers include selecting the most effective fly for various river conditions, choosing the right tackle, adjusting to different water types, spey casting, and finding the most productive streams of the season, and a chapter on why steelhead choose to take or refuse a fly is included.



Fly Fishing For Dummies

Fly Fishing For Dummies Author Peter Kaminsky
ISBN-10 076455073X
Release 1998-04-17
Pages 384
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If you believe what you read, fly fishing requires the touch of a surgeon and the spirit of a Zen master. Forget about what you’ve heard about f ly fishing in the past, if you really want to learn how to fly fish all you need are the right tools, proper technique, and a positive attitude. With these essential elements you can begin to enjoy the sport of fly fishing in no time. For those of you who have never held a fly rod, you will find enough information here to get you started. You won’t be forced to discover everything all at once. If you’re already a fly rodder, you’ll find plenty of tips and techniques that you can turn to right away without going through the basics all over again. And if you’re a master angler, you will find this book a handy reference for all kinds of questions. Fly Fishing For Dummies explores the fun and fundamentals of fly fishing—from tying flies to reeling in your catch. Whether you’re a novice or a veteran angler, here you? 8217;ll find all the tips and tricks for choosing the right kind of gear; how and where to catch freshwater and saltwater fish; visual examples of the art of casting; and how to read the water, wade, cast, and (finally) land yourself a whopper. You’ll also find out how to: Identify the best fish to fly fish for—from rainbow trout to black marlin Improve your catch and release techniques Continue your education through recommended references and online resources Choose the right rod, reel, and gear to land the fish you are after Master all the casting styles you’ll ever need Tie your own flies or choose pre-made ones proven to get results With over 150 illustrations and proven advice, Fly Fishing For Dummies is a great primer on fly fishing’s essential elements.



Stillwaters Simplified

Stillwaters Simplified Author Tim Lockhart
ISBN-10 0811719642
Release 2017-08-20
Pages 216
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Critical lessons from a stillwater fly-fishing junkie for catching more trout in lakes, ponds, and reservoirs including timing, strategy, patterns, trout behavior, essential equipment, and more. Includes tips on troubleshooting, casting, and playing fish safely and effectively.



Fly fishing the Sacred Art

Fly fishing the Sacred Art Author Eric Eisenkramer
ISBN-10 9781594732997
Release 2012
Pages 139
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In this unique exploration of fly-fishing as a spiritual practice, an Episcopal priest and a rabbi share what it can teach us about awe and wonder in the natural world, the benefits of solitude, the blessing of community and the search for the Divine.



Basic Illustrated Freshwater Fishing

Basic Illustrated Freshwater Fishing Author FalconGuides
ISBN-10 9781493012183
Release 2014-02-01
Pages 112
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For a generation, the Basic Illustrated series has been as much a part of the outdoors experience as backpacks and hiking boots. Information-packed tools for the novice or handy references for the veteran, these volumes distill years of knowledge into affordable and portable books. Whether you’re planning a trip or thumbing for facts in the field, Basic Illustrated books tell you what you need to know. Before you hook yet another clump of weeds, take heart with Basic Illustrated Freshwater Fishing, a quick-reading, picture-driven guide to fishing for all ages. This reference guides you to becoming a capable and knowledgeable angler, beginning with the basics. It presents all the essentials of fishing, using various kinds of tackle, for a variety of freshwater species. Step-by-step full-color photo sequences and information-packed, clearly worded instructions are the hallmarks of this definitive resource. This book features need-to-know skills, including: * How to cast * Choosing bait * Lures, lines, and tackle * Identifying fish and learning their feeding habits * Choosing a boat * Cleaning and cooking fish * Essential knots