A Collection of Fly-Fishing Yarns by a Guy Who Can Spin Them

This beautiful, eclectic collection of first-person stories from bamboo rod-making legend Hoagy B. Carmichael explores various important parts of his life and how they tie into the sport of fishing.

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Alaska: Angler Walkabout Series: 

In pursuit of trout and salmon on fly rods, the fish he encounteredfly fishing books in the wilds of Alaska were nothing short of exceptional. By journey’s end though, after experiencing the amazing hospitality of the friendly Alaskan people, the fish he caught were just a bonus most of which were left to swim another day. During his walkabout: The author Julian wicksteed catches all five different salmon species of the North Pacific.

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Fly Patterns for Stillwaters:

Phil Rowley knows his B.C. stillwaters. And this book offers fly-fishing-books-218x300outstanding advice on feeding preferences, great fly patterns, and how to fish them. If you can buy only one book for B.C. stillwater fishing, this should be it. Oh, it is also excellent material for Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Arizona stillwaters. I imagine it would be good for other states too.

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Orvis Fly-Fishing Guide

This is the new edition of one of the best books for introducing fly fishing booksanyone to the sport of fly fishing, whether the angler wants to shop for equipment at Orvis or Wal-Mart. The information is clearly explained without going into tedious details that novices (and experienced anglers) don’t want. Everything is covered here–from rod types to fly lines to casting basics.

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Flywater: Fly-Fishing Rivers of the West:

For the serious fly fisherman, this is an album of sharedfly-fishing-book-300x217 experiences. For the uninitiated, it is an artfully crafted guidebook to an exotic new world that really does exist on the streams and rivers of the American West.

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Fly-Casting Fundamentals: 

Lefty Kreh breaks it all down into 4 or 5 basic steps or concepts.fly-fishing-232x300 And it works. The great thing about Kreh’s method is that once you understand these basics, you can adapt to your own needs and abilities. In short, there is no “right” way. Every individual, and situation requires an adaptation. Kreh shows you how.

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The Fly-Tying Bible: 

Very well-illustrated book on the art of fly-tying. The color photosfly-tying-book-205x300 of the steps in tying many popular flies are wonderful. I like the way the book is organized into the major fly categories: dry flies, nymphs (and bugs), wet flies, streamers, and hair-wing flies. Well worth the modest price.

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Flyfisher’s Guide to Wyoming:

There are over 70 detailed maps of the waters, along with hatch fly-fishers-guide-200x300charts, recommended flies, and how and when to fish these waters. There are listings for guides, fly shops, motels, and campgrounds. This is the ideal book to plan your flyfishing trip to Wyoming and Yellowstone National Park.

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Montana’s Best Fly Fishing:

This guide is the best place to start for a successful fishing trip.montana-fly-fishing-200x300 With stunning photos, detailed maps and hatch charts for each river, photos and recipes of the most effective fly patterns, and insider information from local guides and outfitters, Montana’s Best Fly Fishing is an essential reference for the best fishing in Big Sky Country.

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The Fly Tier’s Benchside Reference: 

Featuring more than four hundred tying methods and illustrated fly-fishing-book-fly-tying-227x300with three thousand full-color photographs, Ted Leeson and Jim Schollmeyer’s The Fly Tier’s Benchside Reference To Techniques And Dressing Styles is the ultimate fly tying “how to” reference for do-it-yourself anglers.

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