Posted on September 05 2015
Stackpole Books has released the titles in their publishing lineup for Fall 2015. This includes books by George Daniel, Chico Fernández, Tom Boyd, Morgan Lyle, Dave Hughes, Pat Dorsey and Steve Galletta.
Read more in the press release below.
Stackpole Books Announces Fall Fishing Lineup
Mechanicsburg, PA – Stackpole Books is proud to announce its lineup of Fall 2015 fishing books.
By George Daniel
A comprehensive book on tactics for streamers, including new approaches for trout, steelhead, muskie, and bass. Features over 450 detailed photos and illustrations of casting and presenting streamers. Contains patterns from several of the most prominent contemporary streamer tiers, including Blane Chocklett, Kelly Galloup, Rich Strolis, Ben Furimsky, Mike Schmidt, Russ Maddin, and more. Master your casting and presentation with help from step-by-step photos, and learn more about reading the water, trout behavior, equipment, casting, and night fishing
George Daniel is a former manager of TCO Fly Shop and the author of the bestselling Dynamic Nymphing. He is the owner and operator of Livin on the Fly, a fly-fishing educational/guide company based near his home in Lamar, Pennsylvania. George also conducts fly-fishing seminars and clinics across the country. He lives on the banks of his favorite trout stream with his wife and two children.
Fly-Fishing for Redfish
By Chico Fernández; with biology from Aaron J. Adams, Ph.D.
If you’re looking to spend some time chasing one of the Atlantic’s most popular sport fish, this book can help make it time well spent. Chico Fernández shares a lifetime of expertise and experiences fly-fishing for redfish up and down the Atlantic Coast, Florida, Louisiana, Texas, and Mexico. It’s the quintessential book on redfish by the author of the quintessential book on bonefish, complete with Aaron Adams’s informative science on the fish’s lifecycle, habitats, tides, and foods. Covers the essentials of fishing and tying for redfish: rods, reels, rigs, casting techniques, and flies.
Chico Fernández is the author of Fly-Fishing for Bonefish. He writes and teaches saltwater fly fishing. Chico caught his first redfish in 1952 and lives in Miami, Florida.
Salt Water’s Greatest Gamefish
By Tom Boyd; foreword by Stu Apte
A guide to essential tackle, techniques, and strategy for the world’s top saltwater species, on both conventional tackle and fly. Includes information on how and where to catch all the fastest, toughest, and biggest saltwater gamefish, including striped bass, bonefish, tarpon, tuna, mako sharks, and more. Also features tips for planning your trips to premier destinations, detailed information about gamefish behavior and range, and notes on rankings and speed.
Tom Boyd has caught countless world-record-size fish following IGFA fly-fishing regulations and is an instructor of saltwater fly fishing. He is the editor-at-large of Fly Fish America magazine and lives in Fort Collins, Colorado.
By Morgan Lyle
Sometimes the best fly is a simple one. Whether you’re a beginner looking to get started with tying or an expert looking to get back to the basics, these simple wet flies, nymphs, dry flies, and streamers will often catch fish as well as—if not better than—more complex patterns. This guide shows you all the techniques, tools, and materials you need to get started.
Morgan Lyle uses simple flies to catch trout in the mountains, stripers at the beach, and any other fish he can reach with a cast. A regular contributor to American Angler, Fly Tyer, Trout, The Drake, and other magazines, he lives in New York.
Wet Flies: 2nd Edition
By Dave Hughes
Dave Hughes has long believed that wet flies have an essential place in everyone’s fly box and repertoire of trout tactics. That’s why he has updated this 1995 classic (which sold 13,000 copies in hard cover) with the benefit of the last two decades of developments in materials, tying, and fishing techniques. Learn how to make over 60 soft-hackled flies, flymphs, winged wets, and all-fur wet flies.
Dave Hughes is a highly respected fly-fishing writer with more than two dozen books in print, including Trout from Small Streams: 2nd Edition, Handbook of Hatches: 2nd Edition, and Trout Flies. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
Colorado Guide Flies
By Pat Dorsey
What if you could peer into the fly boxes of the guides who make their living helping people catch fish, day in and day out? With this comprehensive guide to the best patterns for Colorado rivers and reservoirs, now you can. Not only are these patterns effective for Colorado, but anglers from around the world will discover new flies for their home waters.
Pat Dorsey has been a fly-fishing guide for twenty years and is the author of Fly Fishing Tailwaters and Tying and Fishing Tailwater Flies. Pat lives in Parker, Colorado.
Fly-Fishing the Bighorn River
By Steve Galletta
The Bighorn River in southern Montana is the world’s best tailwater, with more trout in it (measured in fish per mile) than any other river in the United States. This is the first comprehensive guide to the river, containing over 60 of the best guide patterns and interviews with the river’s top guides.
Steve Galletta has fished and guided on the Bighorn River for fifteen years. He is the co-owner/outfitter of the Bighorn Angler Fly Shop & Lodge and is on the board of the Bighorn River Alliance.
Contact: Tim Gahr
Phone: (717) 796-0411, ext. 138
Fax: (717) 796-0412