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Fly Fisherman's Guide to Saltwater Prey: How to Match Coastal Prey Fish and Invertebrates with the Fly Patterns That Imitate Them
     

Fly Fisherman's Guide to Saltwater Prey: How to Match Coastal Prey Fish and Invertebrates with the Fly Patterns That Imitate Them

by Aaron J., Ph.D Adams Ph.D
 

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The saltwater angler's identification guide to entomology and fly patterns with over 450 color photos of prey and flies Over 150 species and 200 fly patterns for crabs, shrimp, baitfish, and prey fish Learn what saltwater gamefish eat and why and how to fish flies to mimic live saltwater prey The complete reference for matching coastal prey fish and invertebrates with

Overview

The saltwater angler's identification guide to entomology and fly patterns with over 450 color photos of prey and flies Over 150 species and 200 fly patterns for crabs, shrimp, baitfish, and prey fish Learn what saltwater gamefish eat and why and how to fish flies to mimic live saltwater prey The complete reference for matching coastal prey fish and invertebrates with the fly patterns that imitate them. Photos of gamefish prey, information on the habitats, locations, and seasons when the prey are most likely found, and photos and recipes of the flies to imitate them help you create, tie, and fish the flies. The focus is on fly fishing for coastal gamefish in warm-temperate, subtropical, and tropical regions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780811734608
Publisher:
Stackpole Books
Publication date:
12/13/2007
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Aaron J. Adams is manager of the Habitat Ecology Program in the Center for Fisheries Enhancement at Mote Marine Laboratory, and is director of operations and research for Bonefish & Tarpon Unlimited.

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