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1001 Fly Fishing Tips (pb) by Jay Nichols
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A great fly fishing book offering insightful tips compiled from some of the leading fly fishing experts.  Whether you are a trout fisherman or saltwater fisherman there is information here to help improve your fly fishing experience.
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101 Trout Tips: A Guides Secrets, Tactics and Technics by Landon Mayer
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Every fly-fishing problem has a solution. This collection of advice from veteran instructor Landon Mayer helps you analyze your past mistakes and learn how to adapt to a wide range of fishing conditions.
  • Unorthodox solutions for common fly-fishing problems
  • Covers everything from fly selection and rigging to landing fish
  • Features 250 color photos to illustrate proper techniques
  • A River Runs Through It (pb) by Norman McClean
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    The original Norman McClean classic autobiography that Academy Award winning director Robert Redford and Brad Pitt portrayed on the big screen.
    Active Nymphing (pb) Rich Osthoff
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    Osthoff advocates an active strategy of moving the nymph, applying effective casting and creative presentation techniques that will attract the most elusive trout. With comprehensive advice on rigging and prospecting, practice tips for a wide variety of casts, and strategies for precise control to bring your nymph to life, this is your guide to becoming a truly versatile angler.
    Advanced Fly Fishing for Great Lakes Steelhead, by Rick Kustich
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    Tactics for Great Lakes steelhead, including new two-handed and switch rod techniques and Spey and tube flies.  Specifics on key rivers and streams in each of the Great Lakes states and provinces and understanding steelhead behavior, choosing where to fish, and reading the water.
    American Fly Tying Manual (pb) by Dave Hughes
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    Dave Hughes, well known angler and author of several fly- fishing books, presents the basics of tying artificial flies in this excellent, easy-to-understand introduction to a time-honored art form. Hughes covers the basics of equipment, materials, and tying techniques for dry flies, nymphs, and streamers, and includes color plates and "anatomy" for a variety of the most popular patterns
    Aquatic Entomology (pb) McCafferty
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    Aquatic Biology and Natural History are subjects of interests to many, whether they be related to one's vocational education, one's avocation, or purely to one's appreciation for the living order of the world. This book has been written not only for entomologists, ecologists, and students of aquatic entomology, but also for sport fishermen, naturalists, and environmental assessment specialists. For those who may not have some vested interested in nature and ecology, this book will provide a pictorial introduction to some of the most fascinating life forms on earth and, hopefully, "wet" the appetite for understanding the aquatic insects, their environment, and their relationship to human life.
    Arizona Trout Streams (pb) by Charles Meck
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    Charles Meck introduces us to his favorite trout streams in Arizona.
    Barr Flies by John Barr
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    John Barr shares his famous fly patterns and how to tie them.  Great photography, and great details on how to tie Copper Johns, Slumpbusters, Barr Emergers and other great trout flies.
    Basic Fly Fishing (pb) Rounds & Kreh
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    Many people are intimidated by the subtleties of fly casting, the myriad of flies, and the fine points of entomology, all of which make up the sport of fly fishing. Getting started does require a set of skills and knowledge about casting, fly selection, knot tying, reading the water, and tactics, and this book provides these essential facts and skills so you can get out on the water and catch fish.