50 Best Tailwaters To Fly Fish

Author: Terry Gunn
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ISBN: 9781939226044
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Composed of chapter contributions from some of the most exceptional tailwater outfitters and guides, including the Gunns, Pat Dorsey, Craig Mathews, Mike Lawson, Tim Linehan, and a host of others. Complete with 4-color maps and magnificent photos and detailed information on each location, including the info necessary to plan your next trip. Foreword by Lefty Kreh.

Fly Fishing The Tailwaters

Author: Ed Engle
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811723435
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Tailwaters, the stretches of river below dams, are famous for their enormous trout. Covers their unique insect life and gives special strategies.

Squaretail

Author: Bob Mallard
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0811766144
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Brook trout are native in the Eastern United States and were the most important fly rod gamefish for early anglers, until they were supplanted by nonnative brown and rainbow trout. Today, brook trout are indicators of cold, clean water and healthy ecosystems, and in almost every place they are found, anglers will also find wild country and relative solitude. They have been introduced throughout the Rocky Mountains, where they grow large and abundant. This is the most complete guide to brook trout ever written and not only includes information on tackle and techniques but important conservation information and an in-depth section on top brook trout destinations, from Maine to Argentina. With a foreword by Ted Williams.

Colorado S Best Fly Fishing

Author: Landon Mayer
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811707318
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The best places and times to fish Detailed maps and hatch charts plus top producing fly patterns with recipes Local guides, outfitters, and other experts on techniques and tackle, including Pat Dorsey, John Barr, Will Sands, Steve Henderson, Bill Edrington, Larry Kingery, Jackson Streit, Ed Engle, and more

Flyfisher S Guide To Eastern Trophy Tailwaters

Author: Gilmore, Tom
Editor: Wilderness Adventures Press
ISBN: 1940239052
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The Eastern United States is wrought with tailwater fisheries that can produce monster trout, but anglers need the wheres, whens and hows in order to capitalize. In the newest Flyfisher's Guide, Tom Gilmore gives you everything you need to know to hook into the East's trophy tailwater trout. Other guidebooks have inconsistent writing and photography, with vague maps. Gilmore gives you everything you need to know, along with spectacular full-color photography. Regulations, seasons, fish, river characteristics, expert insights, recommended gear, hub-city information, history, and complete directions are listed for every river. Gilmore also details what makes a tailwater a tailwater, and offers specific advice on how to approach them. Fish, flies and hatches are broken down, along with tips on how to read the water, flow and release schedules, seasonal variations, appropriate gear and more. This book keeps up Wilderness Adventures Press' tradition of producing superior maps with GPS coordinates for all access points, boat ramps, campgrounds and more. The Upper Connecticut, Deerfield, Housatonic, Delaware, Gunpowder, Jackson, South Holston, Watauga, Tuckasegee, Chattahoochee and many more rivers are covered in full detail. Authors Ed Jaworowski's and Beau Beasley's endorsements validate this offering as the authoritative guide on fishing eastern tailwaters. Start catching more and bigger fish with this guidebook from Wilderness Adventures Press.

Fly Fishing Western Trout Streams

Author: Jim McLennan
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811742946
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Learn to read and understand western water and what to expect in each season on different types of streams. How to select the best, most effective patterns for western trout. Includes a western hatch chart.

Fly Fishing Tailwaters

Author: Pat Dorsey
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 081174048X
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Time-tested strategies for fishing tailwaters and matching the hatch season by season The flies and knots for success Including contributions by regional expertsTailwaters provide extraordinary year-round fishing, but you have to know how to fish them. The author covers how tailwaters work how cold waters released from a dam affect the water, the aquatic life, and the fish. This book has it all: the hatches, the best imitation flies to use in every circumstance, nymphing and dry-fly tactics, all illustrated with drawings by artist Dave Hall and more than 200 color photographs."

American Angler

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Mid Atlantic Fly Fishing Guide

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Field And Stream

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Great Rivers Great Hatches

Author: Charles R. Meck
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Provides information on hatch dates and matches for major rivers throughout the United States, offers instructions for tying flies in all stages of growth, and includes tips for successful fly fishing

Pennsylvania Angler

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Arkansas Wildlife

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Getting Started In Fly Fishing

Author: Tom Fuller
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780071427876
File Size: 57,64 MB
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An introductory guide to fly fishing helps readers overcome the considerable learning curve in this sport by focusing on how to derive pleasure from the "first cast" and other initial steps into the cold, rocky stream in search of the elusive and hard-to-catch trout. Original.

Colorado Outdoors

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Trout

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Illinois Fishing Information

Author: Illinois. Department of Natural Resources
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Fly Fishing In Northern New Mexico

Author: Craig Martin
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From the trophy waters of the San Juan and the Rio Grande to the Chama and the Brazos, New Mexico hosts an abundant array of cutthroat, brown, rainbow, and brook trout. With the state's year-round fishing season and over four thousand miles of cold-water streams, anglers can find water matched to any style of fly-fishing. Fly-Fishing in Northern New Mexico is a comprehensive guide to thirty-one streams and twelve lakes. No other source furnishes such specialized information on access, equipment, stream characteristics, trout species and size, timing of insect hatches, as well as artificial fly patterns most likely to result in success. Local anglers will find new fishing areas to explore and different hatches to fish. Visitors will be able to plan more productive trips to the region. In addition to chapters devoted to specific streams and lakes, the book includes maps, information on regulations, the fishing year, and environmental concerns.