New Fly Fishing Books
- Running Silver: Restoring Atlantic Rivers and Their Great Fish Migrations by John Waldman examines the historic spawning runs of salmon, shad, and other species moving up Atlantic coast rivers, as well as the threats they face and annual diminishing return numbers. Waldman tells the story of these great migrators of the past, present and future through research, historical accounts, personal anecdotes, interviews, and images. Lyons Press; 1st edition (October 15, 2013).
- Gray’s Sporting Journal’s Noble Birds and Wily Trout: Creating America’s Hunting and Fishing Traditions by Will Ryan is the first of its kind, telling the history of hunting and fishing through stories, excerpted documents, and articles. Lyons Press (December 17, 2013).
- 365 Trout Flies: Patterns and Recipes for a Year of Successful Fishing by Hans Weilenmann and John van Vliet presents fly patters to get you through the year. Even if we all can’t be on the water every day, this broad spectrum of fly patterns covers each of the major fly types: nymphs, dries, wets, streamers, and terrestrials, and includes detailed instructions, recipes, and illustrations.Voyageur Press (December 15, 2013).