Trout From Small Stillwaters
|PUBLISHED (THIS EDITION):||November 2006|
|INSIDE:||100 colour photographs & diagrams|
In the sport of trout fishing, small stillwaters stocked with farm-reared trout are of vital importance. They provide easily accessible and affordable fishing in areas where there are simply not enough rivers, or lakes, to cater for the number of people who love to fly fish.
Trout from Small Stillwaters is a definitive work aimed at both those planning to take up fly fishing for trout as well as existing anglers who wish to expand their knowledge and techniques. Every fly fisher will benefit from these pages, which are packed with tips and information based on the knowledge and skills, gained over several decades, of a highly acclaimed trout angler.
Completely up-to-date and presents expert information about all aspects of the sport including catch and release, the species, record fish, getting started, going fishing for the first time, knots, fishery features, aids and extras Covers competitions, the trout's food, fly patterns, techniques, lures, retrieves, stalking, boat fishing and fishing in adverse conditions Beautifully illustrated with 100 colour photographs and diagrams
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