New Fly Fishing Books

March 15, 2014 By: Erin Block

  • Trout from Small Streams by Dave Hughes is a compilation of advice on everything from choosing rods and flies to reading the water, specifically dedicated to small streams. The second edition of this successful book includes new chapters on seasonal fly fishing and tenkara as well as more than 100 new color photos. Stackpole Books; 2 edition (March 1, 2014).
  • Rivers of Sand: Fly Fishing Michigan and the Great Lakes Region by Josh Greenberg is a location-specific guide for the unique techniques needed for the Great Lakes, and also includes perspective on the land and people of the region. Lyons Press; First edition (March 4, 2014).
  • The American Angler Guide to Warmwater Fly Fishing: Proven Skills, Techniques, and Tactics from the Pros by Nathan Perkinson contains the essentials for understanding warmwater fly fishing and how to target species such as large and smallmouth bass, sunfish, perch, and carp. Perkinson offers advice for beginning to intermediate anglers on everything from casting technique, to gear and fly selection. Lyons Press, American Angler series; First edition (March 4, 2014).
  • Bright Rivers: Celebrations of Rivers and Fly-fishing by Nick Lyons chronicles the passion for angling of one of the greatest authors of the sport. From summer in the Catskills to recollections of fly-fishing Montana, Lyons captures “the wonderful tension between gray streets and bright rivers.” Skyhorse Publishing (March 4, 2014).