New Fly Fishing Books

March 22, 2014 By: Erin Block

  • Bush Pilot Angler by Lee Wulff is the memoir of the late angling legend. Based on a manuscript discovered by his widow, Joan Wulff, this book tells the story of Lee’s years exploring the Atlantic salmon and brook trout fisheries of remote Newfoundland and Labrador. A wonderful tribute to the legacy and life of Wulff, who fought for the conservation of Atlantic salmon. Down East Books (March 15, 2014).
  • How to Catch Bass by Joe Cermele, is a guide from one of the most trusted experts in the field. Covering every aspect of bass fishing (conventional as well as fly angling) from techniques and tips to habitat and strategies, Cermele also includes stories and advice from some of the world’s top anglers and guides. Weldon Owen; Series: Field & Stream (March 18, 2014).
  • Reflections on the Water: Fly Fishing Tales and Tips from a Seasoned Angler by Rick Kustich is a reflection and account of stories and lessons from a lifetime on the water. “The passion of the pursuit has fueled a wonderfully fulfilling journey that provides influence, significance and levity,” Kustich explains. “The challenge of this book was to portray these elements in words.” Headwater Books (March 13, 2014).
  • Stone Cold by C. J. Box is the newest in the series of novels featuring the character Joe Pickett. This newest installment features the mystery a ranch owner in the Black Hills of Wyoming, and rumors of his means of employment. Pickett, a game warden, is assigned as troubleshooter to get to the heart of the truth in this riveting mystery from Box, a New York Times bestselling author. Putnam Adult; Series: A Joe Pickett Novel (Book 14) (March 11, 2014).