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New Fly Fishing Books

Posted on April 05 2016

  • Lime Creek Odyssey by Steven J. Meyers is a collection of essays exploring the nature of self, place, tradition, and humanity through the author’s fly fishing trips to Lime Creek. The essays also explore loss and grief, and finding healing in water and nature, in the tradition of Pilgrim at Tinker Creek and Desert Solitaire. WestWinds Press, The Pruett Series (April 5, 2016).
  • Joan Wulff’s New Fly-Casting Techniques by Joan Wulff is a newly released second edition of the original, which revolutionized the approach to the sport. This edition includes improvements and refinements to the original book, with illustrations by David Shepherd. To date, the most comprehensive book written on fly casting. Lyons Press; 2 edition (paperback) April 1, 2016.
  • Fly Fishing the Bighorn River: Hatches, Fly Patterns, Access, and Guides’ Advice by Steve Galletta is a detailed guide for this area in southern Montana. The book includes over 60 of the best guide patterns, interviews with the river’s top guides, and detailed information about access points.  A comprehensive resource for any angler headed to the Bighorn. Headwater Books [Kindle Edition] (March 16, 2016).
  • Southeast’s Best Fly Fishing: Premier trout streams and rivers of Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky by James Buice is an essential reference book for locals and traveling anglers alike. The book includes photos, detailed hatch charts, photos and recipes of the most effective fly patterns, and insider information from local guides and outfitters. Headwater Books [Kindle Edition] (March 16, 2016).

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