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Norm Zeigler

Norm Zeigler is an internationally known author and journalist. His work has appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, Gray’s Sporting Journal, Fly Fisherman, Northwest Fly Fishing, European Stars and Stripes, Art of Angling Journal, Sporting Tales Journal, Saltwater Fly Fishing, Florida Sportsman and Der Fliegenfischer.

Author Articles

Finding Snook

SNOOK FOLLOW two general seasonal and environmental patterns: warm months in nearshore ocean waters, cool months in protected inshore waters and estuaries. In the ocean, snook frequent at least four different environments: 1. Areas of structure, including downed trees and other debris as well as so-called hard-bottom locations, where underlying bedrock is...

Spain: “Monte Perdido”

FOR AN ANGLER, the day never holds as much promise as when viewed from midstream at first light. When I stepped into the river the world was still shades of gray. But with the lightening sky, shapes flat and indistinct became bankside willows, yellow and pale green; peaks ochre and brown and slate; sand and gravel bars bleached-bone white and flecked with...