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The Little Red Book of Fly Fishing

The Little Red Book of Fly Fishing Author Kirk Deeter
ISBN-10 9781602399815
Release 2010
Pages 201
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A pocket guide that offers insightful, plainspoken, expert advice for every fly fisher.



Techniques of Trout Fishing and Fly Tying

Techniques of Trout Fishing and Fly Tying Author George W. Harvey
ISBN-10 1558210741
Release 1990-03-01
Pages 149
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Useful tips and techniques from Harvey's famous fly-fishing course at Pennsylvania State University.



The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide

The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Author Tom Rosenbauer
ISBN-10 1493025791
Release 2017-05-01
Pages 320
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The flagship title of the Orvis books and the best fly-fishing guide ever published! Now thoroughly revised and updated for the first time in ten years, the one and only Orvis primer on fly-fishing, addressing every significant requirement of the sport and providing an excellent foundation for years of pleasurable fishing. It includes instructions for tackle selection; casting and presentation; flies and their specific uses; essential knots and how to tie them; successful techniques on stream, pond, or ocean; and much more.



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 Tips

Trout Tips Author Kirk Deeter
ISBN-10 9781510713710
Release 2017-04-04
Pages 232
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From the mighty rivers of the Pacific Northwest, to the rolling streams of New England, to the freestone streams of the Appalachians, to the frigid waters of Canada, fly fishing is a sport embraced by anglers from all corners of North America. And now from the members of the highly respected conservation organization Trout Unlimited comes a comprehensive volume of tested tips and tactics for flyfishermen from every region and of every skill level. The Trout Unlimited Book of Fly-Fishing Tips covers every aspect of fly fishing. Learn how to select the rod, reel, and fly line that are best suited for your type of fishing. Perfect your casting techniques so you can place your dry fly, nymph, wet fly, or streamer exactly where you want it to be, then get a proper drift over likely holding areas. Want to learn how to tie your own flies? It’s easy with the tips from TU’s tiers. Want to know how to read water, no matter what the conditions? Look no further than this book. Here you’ll find chapters featuring these tips, plus advice on wading, fighting fish, and tying bombproof knots, and much more in this compact and insightful book. Whether you’re a beginning angler looking to get into the sport or an experienced flyfisherman wanting to hone your skills, The Trout Unlimited Book of Fly-Fishing Tips is sure to provide you with tips, tactics, and techniques that will make you a better angler. Skyhorse Publishing is proud to publish a broad range of books for fishermen. Our books for anglers include titles that focus on fly fishing, bait fishing, fly-casting, spin casting, deep sea fishing, and surf fishing. Our books offer both practical advice on tackle, techniques, knots, and more, as well as lyrical prose on fishing for bass, trout, salmon, crappie, baitfish, catfish, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.



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.



The Orvis Guide to Beginning Fly Fishing

The Orvis Guide to Beginning Fly Fishing Author The Orvis Company
ISBN-10 9781626366930
Release 2011-02-15
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.



History of Fly Fishing in Fifty Flies

History of Fly Fishing in Fifty Flies Author Ian Whitelaw
ISBN-10 9781613127834
Release 2015-04-07
Pages 224
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The History of Fly-Fishing in Fifty Flies recounts the history of a sport that dates back 2,000 years, focusing on milestone flies from the first feathered hook to contemporary patterns using cutting-edge materials. Among the countless fly patterns created over the centuries, these 50 have been carefully chosen to represent the development not only of the flies themselves, but also of fly-fishing techniques—and of rods, lines, and reels. These iconic flies also chart the spread of this addictive sport from its modern origins on the chalk streams of southern England and the rivers of Scotland to the U.S., Europe, South America, Australia, and now to every country in the world. Filled with profiles of the key characters involved, tying tips, photographs and illustrations of the flies, and detailed explanations of the techniques used to fish them, The History of Fly-Fishing in Fifty Flies is a fascinating companion to the evolution of this fascinating sport.



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



Guide to Fly Fishing Knots

Guide to Fly Fishing Knots Author Larry V. Notley
ISBN-10 1571881832
Release 1999
Pages 32
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This book is helpful, instructive, easy to understand, and will help you bring more of your catch to the net. Larry includes: parts of your line; IGFA line test; tippet to fly size chart; knot-tying tips; terminology; knot applications; and of course, step-by-step instruction for joining lines, lines to flies, loop knots, dropper knots, and yarn indicator knots. Also included are basic fresh- and saltwater leaders and trout and panfish leaders. Twenty different knots are covered with concise text and simple, clear illustrations showing each step. These knots offer a solid base for your knot-tying arsenal. So whether you fish salt water or fresh, this pocket-size book is perfect for your vest, boat, car, or tube.



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.



Fly Fishing Made Easy

Fly Fishing Made Easy Author Dave Card
ISBN-10 9781461748458
Release 2006-12-01
Pages 240
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Clearly written and generously illustrated, this book presents a practical, informative approach, geared specifically toward novice and intermediate anglers. You'll learn how to select the right equipment, master basic as well as intermediate casting techniques, read the water in order to find the fish, study various types of water bugs to determine what the fish are feeding on and pick the right fly for the job.



Fly Fishing in North Carolina

Fly Fishing in North Carolina Author Buck Paysour
ISBN-10 1878086383
Release 1995-03-01
Pages 288
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No state offers a greater variety of fish to catch or more beautiful settings in which to catch them than North Carolina. And nobody knows more about fishing in North Carolina than Buck Paysour, who has spent half a century wandering from coast to mountains, fly fishing for speckled sea trout in brackish sounds, for sunfish in tannic black rivers, for largemouth bass in Piedmont lakes, for native wild trout in tumbling mountain brooks. A practical guide packed with information on where & how to experience the best fly fishing available anywhere, this book also is a paean to the grace & beauty of a much beloved sport & a much beloved state.



Fly Fishing Georgia

Fly Fishing Georgia Author David Cannon
ISBN-10 1892469200
Release 2009
Pages 160
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The first and only guide to cover Georgias top fly-fishing waters. Details cold water streams, warm water rivers and impoundments, and coastal saltwater fishing. Youll gain you a quick, clear understanding of the essential information youll need to fly fish Georgias best waters. Outstandingly clear maps provide access points to waters. Find everything you need to know to fish a particular water from hatch charts to flies to essential gear. Full color photos of fishing destinations and flies to use. A great book for the beginner or expert.



Fly Fishing the South Platte River

Fly Fishing the South Platte River Author Roger Hill
ISBN-10 0871088177
Release 1991-01
Pages 128
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This guide to the catch-and-release waters of Cheesman Canyon and the Spinney Mountain Ranch has been designed to help the angler understand one of the most beautiful trout streams in the West. B&W photos, index.



The Feather Thief

The Feather Thief Author Kirk Wallace Johnson
ISBN-10 9781101981627
Release 2018-04-24
Pages 320
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“Fascinating from the first page to the last—you won’t be able to put it down.” —Southern Living A rollicking true-crime adventure and a thought-provoking exploration of the human drive to possess natural beauty for readers of The Stranger in the Woods, The Lost City of Z, and The Orchid Thief. On a cool June evening in 2009, after performing a concert at London's Royal Academy of Music, twenty-year-old American flautist Edwin Rist boarded a train for a suburban outpost of the British Museum of Natural History. Home to one of the largest ornithological collections in the world, the Tring museum was full of rare bird specimens whose gorgeous feathers were worth staggering amounts of money to the men who shared Edwin's obsession: the Victorian art of salmon fly-tying. Once inside the museum, the champion fly-tier grabbed hundreds of bird skins—some collected 150 years earlier by a contemporary of Darwin's, Alfred Russel Wallace, who'd risked everything to gather them—and escaped into the darkness. Two years later, Kirk Wallace Johnson was waist high in a river in northern New Mexico when his fly-fishing guide told him about the heist. He was soon consumed by the strange case of the feather thief. What would possess a person to steal dead birds? Had Edwin paid the price for his crime? What became of the missing skins? In his search for answers, Johnson was catapulted into a years-long, worldwide investigation. The gripping story of a bizarre and shocking crime, and one man's relentless pursuit of justice, The Feather Thief is also a fascinating exploration of obsession, and man's destructive instinct to harvest the beauty of nature.



A Fly Rod of Your Own

A Fly Rod of Your Own Author John Gierach
ISBN-10 9781451618365
Release 2017-04-04
Pages 224
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“After five decades, twenty books, and countless columns, [John Gierach] is still a master,” (Forbes) and his newest book only confirms this assessment, along with his recent induction into the Flyfishing Hall of Fame. In A Fly Rod of Your Own, Gierach brings his ever-sharp sense of humor and keen eye for observation to the fishing life and, for that matter, life in general. Known for his witty, trenchant observations about fly-fishing, Gierach’s “deceptively laconic prose masks an accomplished storyteller…his alert and slightly off-kilter observations place him in the general neighborhood of Mark Twain and James Thurber” (Publishers Weekly). A Fly Rod of Your Own transports readers to streams and rivers from Maine to Montana, and as always, Gierach’s fishing trips become the inspiration for his pointed observations on everything from the psychology of fishing (“Fishing is still an oddly passive-aggressive business that depends on the prey being the aggressor”); why even the most veteran fisherman will muff his cast whenever he’s being filmed or photographed; the inevitable accumulation of more gear than one could ever need (“Nature abhors an empty pocket. So does the tackle industry”); or the qualities shared by the best guides (“the generosity of a teacher, the craftiness of a psychiatrist, and the enthusiasm of a cheerleader with a kind of Vulcan detachment”). As Gierach likes to say, “fly-fishing is a continuous process that you learn to love for its own sake. Those who fish already get it, and those who don’t couldn’t care less, so don’t waste your breath on someone who doesn’t fish.” A Fly Rod of Your Own is an ode to those who fish that “brings a skeptical, wry voice to the peril and promise of twenty-first-century fishing” (Booklist).