The big book of fly fishing tips & tricks : 501 strategies, techniques, and sure-fire methods
by C. Boyd Pfeiffer
Fly fishing can be an incredibly exciting and rewarding activity, but it is also very challenging, requiring skill, planning, and perhaps a little bit of luck. Catching the big one requires plenty of preparation, from choosing the right gear to scouting locations and managing travel. Whether you're fishing in freshwater streams or large bodies of saltwater, wading near the banks or drifting in a boat, The Big Book of Fly Fishing Tips & Tricks is the one resource every angler should consult.
The complete fishing manual
by Henry Gilbey
Explains the basics of fishing, including equipment, types of lure to use in freshwater or saltwater, different varieties of fish, and places to fish around the world.
The Orvis guide to small stream fly fishing
by Tom Rosenbauer
The definitive and comprehensive guide to fishing small trout streams throughout North America. Tired of the famous and crowded rivers, today's anglers have a greater desire to get close to nature while staying closer to home. The Orvis Guide to Small Stream Fly Fishing provides all the information for finding and fishing unspoiled gems found everywhere from wilderness areas to suburban backyards.
Trout sense : a fly fisher's guide to what trout see, hear, & smell
by Jason Randall
The more you know about trout, the more fish you'll catch. This third and final book in Jason Randall's series explains the trout's world for fly fishers who want to know more about their quarry.An in-depth look into the trout's world to help anglers better understand the fishDetailed explanations of what trout see, hear, smell, and tasteContains 100 photos and illustrations to demonstrate aspects of trout biology.
Tying and fishing tailwater flies
by Pat Dorsey
New flies and old standbys from one of Umpqua Feather Merchant's top-selling fly designers with 500 step-by-step photos of 24 proven patterns for the most demanding trout. Patterns for streams across the country, not just tailwaters; includes nymphs, emergers, and dry flies that imitate mayflies, midges, stoneflies, and caddis