Little Book of Fly Fishing for Trout

History of Fly-Fishing in Fifty Flies


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The Lyons Press is proud to present The L.L. Bean Ultimate Book of Fly Fishing , an exciting full-color book for beginning and expert fly anglers alike. Brought to you in conjunction with L.L. Bean, America’s most trusted name in outdoor apparel, and written by unquestioned experts in the field, this book is divided into four essential parts–General Fly Fishing, Fly Fishing for Bass, Fly Casting, and Fly Tying–and covers each with in-depth analysis in clear, easy-to-follow language. Learn about assembly of fly tackle; the biology of fish; natural fish foods and how to imitate them; safety techniques; bass flies; where to find bass; the eleven habits of highly effective fly casters; the basic four-part cast; the roll cast; the basics of fly tying; types of flies; the top ten most popular and successful fly patterns; and much more. The L.L. Bean Ultimate Book of Fly Fishing is the perfect gift for seasoned anglers looking to improve their skills, novices picking up a fly rod for the first time, and for all those who have ever dreamed of trading in their suits for a pair of waders.

Whether you are an out-and-out beginner or have a little experience behind you, Richard Duplock and Chris Newton's Little Book of Fly Fishing for Trout will prove an invaluable guide.

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Orvis Flyfisher's Guide to Yellowstone
This completely new guide book details the wealth of great fly fishing in Yellowstone National Park. From major rivers like the Yellowstone, Madison, Slough Creek, Lamar, Gardner, Lewis, Snake, and Firehole, down to the smallest fishable creeks and lakes, author Ken Retallic tells anglers everything they need to know about Yellowstone's best fisheries. In addition to covering all the most famous rivers and streams, this book introduces fly fishers to waters well off the beaten path, including some lakes with grayling and trophy trout. Also includes nearly 40 detailed maps and other great travel and angling information.

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THE ORVIS ULTIMATE BOOK OF FLY FISHING is a grand tour of the world of fly-fishing strategies and techniques, from Orvis’s world-famous team of experts and advisors. In large format with rich and helpful color photos and drawings, the book covers everything from basic fishing knots and casts to expert techniques you won’t see in standard books. Besides trout technique and secrets for rivers and lakes, the book also covers the worlds of fly fishing for bonefish, striped bass, permit, bluefish, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and steelhead. Learn how to nymph for steelhead from Matt Supinski. Find out how to catch the elusive permit from Jack Samson. Take a lesson from John Shewey on swinging a classic wet fly for West Coast steelhead. Learn how to find stripers along Northeast beaches from Lou Tabory. Find out which knots work best for saltwater fly fishing. Tom Rosenbauer will tell you how to read a trout stream and approach the fish, then discover his secrets for catching trout on dry flies and nymphs. Jim Lepage shares his knowledge on catching trout in ponds and lakes, then Bill Tapply will tell you how to catch freshwater bass on flies. Polish your fly casting with world expert Tom Deck. All this and much more in the most comprehensive and attractive book in the Orvis line.