Charles R. Meck is the author of 12 books and countless articles on fly fishing. His books include Trout Streams and Hatches of Pennsylvania; Mid-Atlantic Trout Streams and Their Hatches, Arizona Trout Streams and Their Hatches, and The Hatches Made Simple. He spends his summers in Pennsylvania Furnace, Pennsylvania, and his winters in Mesa, Arizona.
Fishing Small Streams with a Fly Rodby Charles R. Meck
In this long-awaited book, master fly-fisherman Charles Meck explains everything you need to know about the special
Meck invites fishermen who are tired of shoulder-to-shoulder fishing on renowed trout rivers to try the undiscovered small streams of North America, where ". . . once you experience a successful thirty-plus trout day, you'll be hooked for life".
In this long-awaited book, master fly-fisherman Charles Meck explains everything you need to know about the special techniques of fly-fishing small streams, including: Finding and rating productive streams Selecting rods, reels, lines, and leaders Small-stream casting techniques-including Meck's innovative "bow-and-arrow cast" What hatches to expect--and when--on small streams Tying buoyant and visible dry flies for small steams-as well as nymphs, wet flies, and terrestrials Improving fishing on your favorite streams
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