Beginner and advanced fly anglers - would you like to learn one of the most effective fly fishing methods quickly and easily? In this instructional guide book, you will confidently learn how to nymph for trout in every stream type, water condition, and season. This guide book distills the author's expert angling knowledge into universal and systematic nymphing strategies and tactics that are proven to consistently catch trout of size and quantity - all conveniently compacted into a simple guide designed for you to read quickly and easily. Through hand-drawn illustrations, detailed photographs, and straightforward language, this guide book will break down advanced nymphing methods for you into easily digestible concepts and tips. Including everything from choosing the right nymph pattern, to locating and effectively casting your fly presentation to trout in a vast river run, this guide book is excellent as an introduction to nymphing for the beginner, or for the expert fly fisher looking to take their nymphing to the next level.
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.09(d)|
About the Author
Mike Canino, B.S. in marine biology, seeks to share his knowledge and passion for nymphing with the fly fishing community and is confident that his unique approach will help you be a more successful angler. Mike is a New England fisheries biologist and resident of Upstate New York near the Catskill Mountains where you can find him experimenting with and refining new trout nymphing techniques on the Beaverkill or West Branch Delaware rivers. His formal research of trout and salmon for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Alaska Department of Fish and Game has led to a concrete understanding of trout behavior and its relationship to angling. Mike's fifteen years of experience targeting trout across the Northeastern and Western U.S., New Zealand, and Scotland, allowed him to develop and perfect universal nymphing tactics and approaches that fly fishers can use anywhere.