New Fly Fishing Books

May 17, 2014 By: Erin Block

  • Fly-Fishing Advice from an Old-Timer: A Practical Guide to the Sport and Its Language by Ed Quigley, compiles decades of experience into down-to-earth explanations of basic techniques as well as detailed discussions of advanced topics. Helpful for those new to fly fishing and experienced anglers alike, Quigley pairs instruction with anecdotes for an accessible and fun read. Skyhorse Publishing (May 6, 2014).
  • A Multitude of Fins: A Recent History of Fly Fishing for Trout by Graham Mole is a diverse collection of the author’s articles across his career in both fly fishing and journalism. Covering everything from buffaloes and Martians, to classic chalk streams, A Multitude of Fins is an interesting and thought-provoking collection of essays, and an “intelligent historical snapshot of trout fishing in the UK and further afield, and one man’s lifetime in this most unique of sports.” Bennion Kearny, Amazon Digital Services, Inc. [Kindle Edition] (May 5, 2014).
  • Flyfishing New Zealand South Island by Ron Giles features 23 of the best trout fishing waters in the South Island of New Zealand. Chosen for their size of trout, abundance of trout, scenic qualities and stunning locations, Giles also explains different techniques for each fishery as well. Amazon Digital Services, Inc. [Kindle Edition].