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Fly Fishing Books | Stonefly Press

Genre: Nonfiction, Fishing books
Edited by: Tyler McMahon and Paul Diamond
Publisher: Casagrande Press, Inc
Publication Date: November 3, 2008
Paperback: 204 Pages
Size: 6” X 9”

Leave it to Field & Stream to put together the most practical, utilitarian, and downright essential guide to the sport of fishing as we know it today. From babbling brooks to open ocean, this guide helps novice and advanced fisherman alike to get the most out of their gear. Well-illustrated and logically laid out, this really is a great how-to book, which has one noble purpose: to help you catch more fish! Covering everything (ok, technically 317 things) a fisherman needs to know – lures, baits, flies, tackle and equipment of all kinds, strategies, technique, locations, etc – this is one of the most comprehensive fishing books ever published.