New Fly Fishing Books

  • Do It Yourself Bonefishing by Rod Hamilton and Kirk Deeter is a unique and authoritative DIY guide for anglers targeting bonefish on the fly. In this book the authors help you tackle everything from the why, where, and how of self-guided bonefishing to fly selection and techinque tips, maps and suggested trip itineraries, and advice to help anglers at all levels of their game. Derrydale Press (January 7, 2014).
  • Effective Stillwater Fly Fishing: An Analytical Approach to Help You Catch More Fish by Michael Gorman presents tip techniques and tips, proven fly patters, along with hatch information for fishing lakes, ponds, and reservoirs. Stackpole/Headwater (January 11, 2014).
  • Snake River Flies: Eighty Years of Proven Patterns for a World Fly Fishing by Joseph Boots Allen chronicles fly development in the Snake River basin. From the 1930s to present day, this book chronicles over one hundred patterns unique to this region, but proven throughout the world. Westwinds Press; The Pruett Series (January 10, 2014).
  • Selectivity: The Theory & Method of Fly Fishing for Fussy Trout, Salmon, & Steelhead by Matt Supinski offers technical strategies for fooling fish from tailwaters to spring creeks to Gaspe salmon streams. This book includes many photographs along with hundreds of fly pattern recipes and notes. Publisher: Stackpole/Headwater (January 11, 2014).
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