New Fly Fishing Books

May 4, 2014 By: Erin Block

  • Exploring Wisconsin Trout Streams: The Angler’s Guide by Steve Born, Jeff Mayers, Andy Morton, and Bill Sonzogni, draws upon the years of conservation work and angling experience of its four authors. The book profiles twenty of Wisconsin’s finest streams, from the bucolic Green River to the historic Bois Brule, and this second edition also includes updated information on fishing improvements, opportunities, as well as key threats to coldwater fisheries. Foreword by Gary A. Borger. University of Wisconsin Press; 2 edition (May 1, 2014).
  • On The Fly In The Bay: The Beginner’s Guide to Fly Fishing Tampa Bay by Mike Hodge contains essential information for aspiring saltwater fly anglers. From basic techniques to  where to go, when to go and how to find the fish, this book is a great tool for beginners to the sport and the area alike. Also included is information on casting, fly tying and safety. Clark Global Publishing [Kindle Edition] (April 28, 2014).
  • Cowboy Trout: Western Fly Fishing As If It Matters by Paul Schullery chronicles great moments in western fly fishing. From a historical look at pioneer anglers casting the first flies on wilderness streams to the modern fly fishing industry, Schullery celebrates the experience and characters of the sport, making it clear why fly fishing is more than just “good fish stories.” Montana Historical Society Press [Kindle Edition] (April 23, 2014)