Top advice from a master stillwater angler and complete hatch information for lakes, ponds, and reservoirs make Effective Stillwater Fly Fishing the perfect resource for fly fishing on stillwaters. With proven fly patterns, tips on the best way to fish them, and more than 300 full-color photos, this book is a must-have for all dedicated fly fishers. The author helps you make the most of every fishing expedition--even those ego-bruising days when the fish seem to reject everything. Gorman approaches stillwater fly fishing as a puzzle and views challenging days as a chance to put together the pieces and enjoy the most cerebral, rewarding parts of the sport.As the fisherman tends one rod in order to cast or change flies, I highly recommend he strap the unattended rod to the boat. ... Rising, feeding fish provide me with important information as I prepare to fish: where on the lake feeding fish may be ... my best first choice, and dry flies and emergers on the surface or in the surface film will be the first type of flies I will use. ... so that as I start to kick my fins to move my pontoon or float tube, the line is pulled through the guides and into the water.
|Title||:||Effective Stillwater Fly Fishing|
|Publisher||:||Stackpole Books - 2014-01-11|