New Fly Fishing Books
- Modern Terrestrials: Tying & Fishing the World’s Most Effective Patterns by Rick Takahashi and Jerry Hubka is a comprehensive book of the best contemporary terrestrial patterns. Containing over 600 patterns and recipes from around the world for grasshoppers, crickets, ants, beetles, and more, this book also provides chapters on fishing techniques, tips, and tricks from expert anglers. Stackpole/Headwater (September 15, 2014).
- Fifty Places to Paddle Before You Die: Kayaking and Rafting Experts Share the World’s Greatest Destinations by Chris Santella is a unique book of compelling travelogue and instructional tips. The world’s top spots for kayaking, rafting, canoeing, and stand-up paddleboarding are featured with beautiful accompanying photographs, and while not focused on fly fishing, this book would be a good addition to any angler’s library. Stewart, Tabori and Chang (September 16, 2014).
- Open Season: An Angler’s Life in New Zealand by Dave Witherow is a collection of fishing stories from the author’s many years on the water chasing trout in New Zealand. It is the perfect book for the angler, armchair traveler, and tourist alike. Random House New Zealand [Kindle Edition] (October 3, 2014).
- Traveling with Fly Rod and Reel: Everything You Need To Know About Planning, Booking, Preparing, And Packing For Fly-Fishing Trips Around The World by Gary Soucie is a go-to guide for escaping crowded waters. As a renowned angling writer and traveler, Soucie shares expert tips for choosing destinations and planning your own fly fishing trips. Holt Paperbacks [Kindle Edition] (September 30, 2014).
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