New Fly Fishing Books

  • The River’s Voice by Jeff Young is a reflective book on what it means to be a fly angler and what it is that brings us to the water. Read through Young’s stories as he asks what it takes to hear the river’s voice. Amazon Digital Services, Inc.; Kindle Edition.
  • Trout Unlimited’s Guide to America’s 100 Best Trout Streams by John Ross features the best trout fishing in America according to members of TU. This comprehensive guide combines information on species, hatches, flies, when to fish, detailed maps, interviews and reflection. Also, Ross combines the environmental challenges facing each stream and TU’s work in the area as well. Lyons Press; Third edition (September 17, 2013).
  • Sportfishing Around Miami by Timothy P. O’Brien and Ed Pritchard looks at turn of the 20th century Miami, Florida and its growth into the tourism and commercial center of present day. The authors point to the development of sportfishing as one of the primary causes for economic growth and in this book present amazing photos and stories of the early days of Florida sportfishing. Arcadia Publishing; Images of America series (October 28, 2013).
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  • Don

    Dr. Gary Borger is publishing “Fly Fishing, the Book Series” in twenty volumes and I have the first ones already. Both Gary and his son, Jason consulted with Robert Redford when he made the film of Norman Maclean’s novella, “A River Runs Through It.” Jason, a writer and watercolor artist, did all of the illustrations and prepared the text and photographs for publishing and putting each book to bed for press runs.
    To view Jason Borger’s recent watercolors and flies, visit: These are truly collectible books.