West Coast Fly Fisher

Author: Brian Chan
Editor: Hancock House Pub Limited
ISBN: 9780888394408
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Full of colour pictures and colourful descriptions, the West Coast Fly Fisher offers readers all they need to know about fishing with flies in the Northwest. Featuring writers who have spent their lives pursuing tight lines and fighting fish, this book celebrates all aspects of this popular pastime.

West Coast Steelheader

Author: Steve Kaye
Editor: Surrey, B.C. : Hancock House Publishers
ISBN: 9780888394590
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Sportsfishing enthusiasts in the Pacific Northwest are blessed with the opportunity to fish for one of the world's most powerful and awesome sport fish. West Coast Steelheader celebrates this sea-going species of rainbow trout. The contributing authors draw upon their years of experience and offer readers suggestions and recommendations to truly enjoy and appreciate fishing for winter and summer steelhead.

Recollections Of Fly Fishing For Salmon Trout And Grayling

Author: Edward Hamilton (M. D.)
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Recollections Of Fly Fishing For Salmon Trout And Grayling

Author: Edward M. D. Hamilton
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Mist On The River

Author: Michael Checchio
Editor: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429924411
File Size: 46,33 MB
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As he says in the prologue to his book, Michael Checchio likes his fly-fishing on big western rivers where there are lots of mountains to look at, and where the steelhead don't come out of a hatchery but are born as nature intended, in the cold gravel of a clean stream. He finds all this and more up in British Columbia on his search for some of the last great runs of wild steelhead left on earth. Steelhead, the great sea-run rainbow trout of the Pacific Northwest, have long been sought by fly-fishermen. To Checchio, they have become a powerful symbol for the last of the wild in the Pacific Northwest and are to the Northwest what lions are to the Serengeti. And like their cousins, the salmon, they are among the species of fish most threatened by the modern world. A passionate fly-fisherman, Checchio discovered steelhead when he moved to the West Coast a little more than a decade ago. Fishing for ever diminishing returns of these magnificent fish in the rivers of northern California and Oregon, he dreamed of faraway waters in Alaska and Kamchatka, where he might find the last strongholds of wild steelhead remaining on the planet. Finally, he was able to take a dream vacation north to experience for the first time the steelhead Valhalla awaiting the fly-fisherman in British Columbia. Michael Checchio has been praised by the fishing community as a passionate writer on the plight of the great outdoors and the steelhead trout. But this book is not written just for the fly-fishing fraternity, but rather to the general reader who has a love of nature and the outdoors, and a deep interest in the fate of wildlife and the future of the environment. Checchio's personal steelhead journey leads him on a quest toward rivers and landscapes ever more pristine and wild, providing illuminating sights and thoughts along the way.

Fly Fishing

Author: Barry M. Thornton
Editor: Hancock House Pub Limited
ISBN: 9780888394262
File Size: 16,72 MB
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This book offers readers all they need to know about fishing with flies in the Great North West. The anthology's lively and easy-to-read style is complemented by a vivid thirty-two-page color picture section. Full of valuable information, tips of tackle, amusing anecdotes and useful reminders, Fly Fishing will reel-in readers in pursuit of trophy fish. Fly Fishing is a compendium of forty-five of Barry Thorton's best articles and columns on fishing with flies in the Northwest. Barry focuses on three main angling opportunities--saltwater fly fishing for Pacific salmon, fly fishing for steelhead and still water fishing for rainbow trout. These are the primary fishing sports in the region and provide a worthy challenge for those anglers who have been drawn to fly fishing. The anthology's lively and easy-to-read style is complemented by a vivid thirty-two-page color picture section. Full of valuable information, tips of tackle, amusing anecdotes and useful reminders, Fly Fishing will reel-in readers in pursuit of trophy fish.

Forest And Stream

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The Fly Fisher S Entomology

Author: Alfred Ronalds
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Flyfisher S Guide To Florida Saltwater

Author: Larry Kinder
Editor: Wilderness Adventures Press
ISBN: 9781932098204
File Size: 70,63 MB
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Fly fishers and light-tackle anglers from around the world have been coming to Florida's inshore waters for decades to sight fish for redfish, chase rolling tarpon, pull snook from the mangroves, or probe for spotted sea trout. Now, this comprehensive guide to saltwater fishing covers the east and west coasts of Florida and includes charts, maps, tackle shops and photos.

Flyfisher S Guide To The New England Coast

Author: Tom Keer
Editor: Wilderness Adventures Press
ISBN: 1932098755
File Size: 75,97 MB
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The FlyFisher's Guide to the New England Coast is the most comprehensive guide ever written on the innumerable fishing opportunities in this beautiful area of the country. Nationally known writer and angler Tom Keet guides the reader along the entire coastline, including all bays, coves, jetties, tributaries, peninsulas, and islands. Every nook and cranny is covered.Keer covers the seasons, fish species, light tackle, flies, boats, tactics, forage fish, and includes a smattering of the history. Few know the ins and outs of this water better, and even fewer can put it on paper as eloquently as Keer.Dozens of maps detail every access point, boat launch, water feature and depth, giving rookie and veteran anglers alike all the information required to have the times of their lives hammering the big fish available in these waters.From stripers to sharks and everything in between, this is the must-read guide for fishing the caost from Rhode Island to Maine.

The Fly Fisher S Entomology Illustrated By Coloured Representations Of The Natural And Artificial Insect

Author: Alfred Ronalds
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The Fly Fisher S Entomology Illustrated By Coloured Representations Of The Natural And Artificial Insect And Accompanied By A Few Observations And Instructions Relation To Trout And Grayling Fishing

Author: Alfred Ronalds
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Outing

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Outing

Author: Poultney Bigelow
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Fishing With The Fly

Author: Charles F. Orvis
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Outing Sport Adventure Travel Fiction

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Fly Fishing For Pacific Salmon

Author: Bruce M. Ferguson
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The Encyclop Dia Britannica Or Dictionary Of Arts Sciences And General Literature

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The Encyclopaedia Britannica

Author: Thomas Stewart Traill
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Fly Fisher S Logbook

Author: Terry Lawton
Editor: Harper
ISBN: 9780061363023
File Size: 45,28 MB
Format: PDF
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This logbook allows you to record your catches, flies used, water and weather conditions, and much more, providing a unique record of your fly fishing progress at the end of each season and a valuable personal record of your trips to the water. But more than that, with each logbook entry you will see patterns emerging. You will be able to identify both successful tactics and methods that didn't work, building a picture of just where and how you might improve your catch rate. The second part of the book is your key to improvement as it takes you through the skills and knowledge required for successful fly fishing: water and weather conditions tackle to use for different species flies and presentation knots and how to tie them fly fishing around the world conservation and the future