What A Trout Sees

Author: Geoff Mueller
Publisher: Lyons Press
ISBN: 9780762779840
Size: 52.23 MB
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Do trout sleep? And if so, when? And how does that affect their feeding patterns? Does a rising or falling barometer affect feeding habits? How does refraction influence a fish’s approach to a surface fly, human shadow, or false cast? How much do fish need to eat, under what conditions will they grow the largest? For the first time, an accessible, well-written title shows us what the world is like under the water, from the fish’s perspective. Geoff Mueller, acclaimed senior editor with The Drake magazine, travels throughout some of the best trout habitat in America, talking with the experts and donning swim fins and mask to meet trout on their own turf. With What a Trout Sees, curious anglers interested in taking their skill levels up a notch or two will finally have all the information they need.

Trout Sense

Author: Jason Randall
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811713318
Size: 31.21 MB
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The more you know about trout, the more fish you'll catch. This third and final book in Jason Randall's series explains the trout's world for fly fishers who want to know more about their quarry. • An in-depth look into the trout's world to help anglers better understand the fish • Detailed explanations of what trout see, hear, smell, and taste • Contains 100 photos and illustrations to demonstrate aspects of trout biology


Author: Gary A. Borger
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811731485
Size: 72.64 MB
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Identify nymphs, tie imitations, and fish them successfully Casting, finding lies, detecting the strike, fishing depth, tackle, proper presentation Insights into the retrieve, nymphing the film, and finding fish in still water Basic nymph fishing approach and presentation teams with trout physiology--what the trout sees and hears. A pictorial key to identifying nymphs is based on reliable, nonscientific characteristics that the beginner can use on stream. Presenting the fly correctly and detecting the strike are particularly elusive skills, and even the veteran fly fisher will find something useful.

The Trout And The Fly

Author: Brian Clarke
Publisher: Lyons Press
ISBN: 9781592280032
Size: 24.91 MB
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A compendium of research on the trout, as collected by two of the most widely read and respected angling masters.

Improve Your Fly Fishing

Author: John Bailey
Publisher: New Holland Publishers
ISBN: 9781843303466
Size: 37.52 MB
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The increasing popularity of fishing means a relative increase in healthy competition on the water. Improving techniques and understanding of the sport is one sure way to get ahead of the rest. Here, John Bailey provides inside information on the relationship between the fish, the flies and the tackle, and anglers will find exactly what they need to improve their skills.

What The Trout Said

Author: Datus C. Proper
Publisher: Lyons Pr
Size: 31.15 MB
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A close look at the design of trout flies that includes insect behavior, fly types, color, hooks, and more.

Trout And Their Food

Author: Dave Whitlock
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1602396930
Size: 25.97 MB
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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

Fish Food

Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811732192
Size: 49.10 MB
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A thorough examination of the foods trout eat, by a master of observation and adaptation whose curiosity has led to innovations in fly design and angling techniques. Covers specific trout foods such as blue-winged olives, caddis, damselfies, scuds, and ants, and general information, including insect life cycles and taxonomy. Rather than accepting point-blank the traditional views of insect hatches, the author has donned his snorkeling gear and studied species underwater, adapting his fishing to reflect his findings.

Two Centuries Of Soft Hackled Flies

Author: Sylvester Nemes
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811700481
Size: 62.14 MB
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Best-known soft-hackled fly expert, Sylvester Nemes gleans the most useful tips and advice from the history of writings on the soft-hackled fly Alfred Ronalds, George C. Bainbridge, T. C. Hofland, James R. Leisenring, William H. Lawrie, G. E. M. Skues Black Spider, March Brown Nymph, Bradshaw's Fancy, Greensleeves, Lunn's Yellow Boy Drawing from nearly three dozen sources, Nemes follows the development of the soft-hackled fly through 220 years, starting with the first mention of the red spinner mayfly pattern in Richard and Charles Bowlker's 1747 Art of Angling and ending with John Reid's 1971 Clyde-Style Flies, which covers some of the most radical trout fly designs from Scotland's Clyde River. Nemes shares 162 patterns and the best fishing advice from famous anglers from the past.