New Fly Fishing Books

September 23, 2013 By: Erin Block

  • Pulp Fly Volume Two plays on the popular fiction phenomenon of the early 20th century, bringing “new and unconventional voices to a wide audience.” The recently released second volume in the Pulp Fly series brings together diverse writers and styles, in a unique eBook collection featuring fresh voices and their stories. (June 25, 2013).
  • The Quest for the Golden Trout: Environmental Loss and America’s Iconic Fish by Douglas M. Thompson is a conservationist’s questioning of conservation and restoration methods used on North America’s waterways, and highlight of how we impact ecosystems in effort to help. UPNE (September 8, 2013).
  • Trout Bohemia, The: Fly-Fishing Travels in New Zealand Paperback by Derek Grzelewski, a former professional fly-fishing guide and the founder of Wanaka Flyfishing Academy,  takes the reader on a journey to the magical and remote trout waters of New Zealand. This is travel writing at its finest. Stackpole Books (September 1, 2013).
  • Reeling In Russia: An American Angler In Russia by Fen Montaigne, is the story of the author’s travels across Russia with fly rod in hand.  From the remote Solovetsky Islands to steelhead trout on the Kamchatka Peninsula, these tales are about much more than fishing, containing the author’s observations of a country and its people. St. Martin’s Press; 1st edition (August 27, 2013).