New Fly Fishing Books

  • The Orvis Fly-Fishing Guide by Tom Rosenbauer  is a revised edition of the original best-selling book and presents the mist up-to-date information on gear selection and care, casting and technique, flies and tactics, plus chapters on conservation and stream etiquette. Whether you’re a beginner on the water or experienced angler in need of a refresher, this book is great guide along the way. Lyons Press; Revised edition [Paperback] (May 1, 2017).
  • Fly Fishing the Southeast Coast: A Complete Guide to Fishing Fresh and Salt Water by Gordon Churchill is a great resource filled with tips and tricks from a lifetime on the water. Churchill gives advice on where to find specific species, from the striped bass in the southeast region of the Roanoke River to mahimahi in the Gulf Stream off the North Carolina coast, as well as specifics on the approach of catching each species. Along with expert advice, the author also makes clear the importance of conservation measures for fish and the environment. Foreword by Rip Woodin. Skyhorse Publishing [Paperback] (April 18, 2017).
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