Warmwater Fly-Fishing is a complete guide to fishing for the various species of warmwater gamefish. Each chapter explores the nuances of fishing for individual species from panfish to carp. The book is geared to helping anglers explore warmwater habitat and find the right flies and techniques to have a successful day on the water. With the advent of $3.00 per gallon gasoline, many anglers will be fishing closer to home, and Warmwater Fly-Fishing explores some great options most of us can find!
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Rob Streeter has been a professional outdoor writer for more than twenty years. He makes his home in Tribes Hill (New York), and his fly-fishing adventures have taken him throughout the United States, from Florida to Alaska. Rob's feature articles on fly-fishing have appeared in the industry's top magazines. He is also the author of the New York Fly-Fishing Guide, and is an Outdoor Correspondent for the Times Union newspaper.Review:
"So how is the book? Anyone wishing to expand his fishing expertise would do well to read such an informative, instructional book as this one. " --Andy Duffy, Outdoor Editor Cadillac (Michigan) News
"The fly-fishing world being as trout-centric as it is, Streeter does readers a service by explaining the pleasures of using a fly rod to fish for smallmoutn and largemouth bass, pike, pickerel, musky, carp, walleye and panfish." --Morgan Lyle, Fly Tyer Magazine
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Book Description Robert W. Streeter, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. first edition. 151 pages. 8.80x5.90x0.50 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0979110602
Book Description Robert W. Streeter, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110979110602