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The Sea Trout and the Fly

Whether you are a novice or an expert sea trout angler, you will find this book invaluable for it contains a wealth of information, tips and innovative thinking supplemented by sound advice on how, and when, to use particular flies to their ...

Author : James Waltham

Release : 2006

Publisher : Crowood Press

ISBN : 9781861268426

File Size : 46.82 MB

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Whether you are a novice or an expert sea trout angler, this fascinating book will be invaluable, for it contains a wealth of information, tips, and innovative thinking supplemented by sound advice on how and when to use particular flies to their best advantage. The contents include expert information about how to fish at night, in rivers with low-water conditions, in estaurine and coastal waters, and sea and freshwater lochs; a discussion of tackle and tactics; a consideration of why some sea trout flies can be used more successfully than others; chapters on small-fry imitations, tube flies, doubles and trebles, the snake fly, demons and terrors, and surface lures; and much more. It also provides detailed instructions on how to dress the more complicated flies.

Fly Fishing for Salmon and Sea Trout

A guide to the lives and habits of migratory fish. This book also explains the practical elements of tackle, flies, casting, presentation and boating, plus hooking, playing and landing fish.

Author : Arthur Oglesby

Release : 1995-04-01

Publisher : Crowood Press

ISBN : 9781852238407

File Size : 33.3 MB

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A guide to the lives and habits of migratory fish. This book also explains the practical elements of tackle, flies, casting, presentation and boating, plus hooking, playing and landing fish. Other work by the author includes Salmon and Reeling In.

Recollections of Fly Fishing for Salmon, Trout, and Grayling

As previously stated , one of the best sea trout lochs on the west coast of
Scotland is Loch Ailt . When I first fished that loch I tried the usual sized sea trout
flies . Not a rise could I get . Old Angus quietly remarked , " they are too small . ” I
gave ...

Author : Edward M. D. Hamilton

Release : 1885

Publisher :

ISBN :

File Size : 73.28 MB

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Tying Flies in the Irish Style

A guide to the art of tying Irish flies, and includes articles and letters by famous flytyers.

Author : Edward James Malone

Release : 2000

Publisher :

ISBN : 9781858251301

File Size : 49.23 MB

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A guide to the art of tying Irish flies, and includes articles and letters by famous flytyers.

Trout and Salmon Flies

Author : Douglas Sutherland

Release : 1982

Publisher : Michael Joseph

ISBN :

File Size : 44.88 MB

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Saltwater Flyfishing

The first edition had a dark blue dust-wrapper. The book was reprinted in 2006 and 2012 with minor revisions (changed telephone numbers, website addresses, etc.) and was produced with a light blue dust-wrapper.

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Release : 1998-06

Publisher : COCH Y BONDDU BOOKS

ISBN : 9780952851097

File Size : 34.75 MB

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Saltwater flyfishermen from all over northern Europe contribute information on methods, places and patterns for catching saltwater fish on the fly. Species covered include salmon, sea-trout, bass, pollack & coalfish, mullet, garfish, flatties and cod; and the area covered is from north Norway to southern Ireland. The contributors include Mike Ladle on bass and mullet, Stan Headley on Orkney sea-trout and many European experts from Norwegian cod to Baltic sea-trout. Included are extracts from the existing literature on saltwater flyfishing by John Bickerdyke, Fred Aflalo, Sidney Spencer, Stephen Johnson and others. Extensive bibliographies of sea-trout and of saltwater flyfishing are included. The first edition had a dark blue dust-wrapper. The book was reprinted in 2006 and 2012 with minor revisions (changed telephone numbers, website addresses, etc.) and was produced with a light blue dust-wrapper. Compiled and published by Paul Morgan of Coch-y-Bonddu Books, Machynlleth.

Salt Water Fly Fishing

Brooks was one of the earliest pioneers of salt water techniques and salt water flies—both of which still catch fish today. His book, originally published in 1950, remains one of the best overall guides to the sport.

Author : Joe Brooks

Release : 2000-08-22

Publisher : Derrydale Press

ISBN : 1461708214

File Size : 43.44 MB

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With the growing popularity of salt water fly-fishing today, we easily forget that this sport was only begun in the 1930s-1950s. Brooks was one of the earliest pioneers of salt water techniques and salt water flies—both of which still catch fish today. His book, originally published in 1950, remains one of the best overall guides to the sport.

Flies and fly fishing for white and brown trout, grayling and coarse fish

Although white trout do not exercise the same epicureanism in regard to flies as
their brown confrères , I am still of opinion that they have sometimes what may be
termed an unanimity of preference for a particular fly . I fished one whole day in ...

Author : Harris St. John Dick

Release : 1873

Publisher :

ISBN :

File Size : 74.5 MB

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The Brown Trout-Atlantic Salmon Nexus

Tactics, Fly Patterns, and the Passion for Catching Salmon, Our Most Prized
Gamefish Supinski Matthew ... Scandinavian Sea Trout Legacy Anglers perfected
the art of sea trout fly fishing on the jagged coastlines, fjords, and beautiful
beaches ...

Author : Supinski Matthew

Release : 2018-11-20

Publisher : Simon and Schuster

ISBN : 1510730303

File Size : 72.36 MB

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Many fishermen will acknowledge that the brown trout (Salmo trutta) and the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) are the world’s most intriguing, beautiful and noble fish. Having evolved nearly fifty million years ago in the Eocene epoch, these two species are close genetic cousins and descendants that can be found in oceans, rivers, lakes, and streams across the entire world. The Brown Trout-Atlantic Salmon Nexus is a complete historical, scientific, artistic, culinary, and practical guide to understanding and appreciating these remarkable fish. Veteran author, guide, and adventurist Matthew Supinski first highlights the evolution and history of the brown trout, from its origins in Europe and the Eastern Hemisphere, to its first North American transplanting in 1883, to its spread across the globe. He then dives into the scientific and angling brilliance of the brown trout/Atlantic salmon lineage praising the two species’ remarkable adaptability and resilience. And finally, chapters on fly-fishing tactics, fly patterns, artistic appreciation, and culinary/foraging opportunities where they are found throughout the world, will give readers all the information they need to catch, admire and appreciate this magnificent piscatorial legacy. With more than 150 stunning photos, The Brown Trout-Atlantic Salmon Salmo Nexus is a must-have for every passionate fisherman, admirer, artist and culinary naturalist connoisseur to enjoy.

Trout and Salmon Flies of Scotland

Loch flies, river flies, and salmon and sea trout flies are profiled in this beautifully illustrated guide.

Author : Stan Headley

Release : 1998-01

Publisher :

ISBN : 9780811717618

File Size : 78.5 MB

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Loch flies, river flies, and salmon and sea trout flies are profiled in this beautifully illustrated guide. Each fly is shown in full color, as tied by the author or a regional expert, and each is accompanied by a list of materials. The author also provides expert advice on when, where, and how to fish each fly. 38 color photos.

The Sea Trout Diaries

Author : Robert W. Mountjoy

Release : 2007

Publisher :

ISBN : 9780955597909

File Size : 25.9 MB

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Flies and Fly Fishing for White and Brown Trout, Grayling ... with Hints on Using the Minnow and Grasshopper Bait

Although white trout do not exercise the same epicureanism in regard to flies as
their brown confrères , I am still of opinion that they have sometimes what may be
termed . an unanimity of preference for a particular fly . I fished one whole day in
 ...

Author : Harris Saint John Dick

Release : 1873

Publisher :

ISBN :

File Size : 79.50 MB

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Fly Fisher's Reader

themselves, and the result is that one sometimes wastes the opportunity of first-
rate sport with sea trout in order to have a very indifferent day's salmon fishing. I
remember one week in July, when sea trout were running on a first-rate salmon ...

Author : Leonard M. Wright

Release : 1990-03-15

Publisher : Simon and Schuster

ISBN : 0671682067

File Size : 62.67 MB

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Gathers articles about trout, bass, fly fishing, and favorite fishing spots

Salmon, Trout, and Grayling

Author : Francis M. Walbran

Release : 1889

Publisher :

ISBN :

File Size : 76.91 MB

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Fly-fishing and Worm-fishing for Salmon, Trout and Grayling

Under these circumstances, the arguments in the preliminary remarks on
flyfishing apply with full force to White or Sea Trout, and the three typical flies
already recommended for Brown Trout (including the plain hackle wing) dressed
with a very ...

Author : Henry Cholmondeley-Pennell

Release : 1876

Publisher :

ISBN :

File Size : 67.92 MB

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Lochs & Loch Fishing

... and (3) by the degree to which special conditions compel them to approximate
their habits to those of the seatrout—conditions found to prevail in certain of the
mainland lakes in which salmon take the fly. (5) Salmon in small lochs, in which ...

Author : Hamish Stuart

Release : 2020-10-16

Publisher : Read Books Ltd

ISBN : 1528768310

File Size : 67.23 MB

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“Lochs & Loch Fishing” is an 1899 guide to angling in Scotland written by Hamish Stuart. Within it, Stuart explores the nuances of fishing in a loch, which is the Scottish Gaelic, Irish, and Scots word meaning lake or sea inlet. More detailed than typical guides of its kind, “Lochs & Loch Fishing” looks at the particulars of loch fishing with reference to its inhabitants, their evolution, habits, habitats, and much more. This volume will appeal to those with a practical interest in fishing in Scotland, and it would make for a worthy addition to collections of angling literature. Contents include: “The Duffer's Paradise”, “Lake-Land and Its Lessons”, “Loch Trout and Evolution: Why They Vary in Size and Quality”, “Loch Trout and Evolution: The Effects of Particular Environments”, “Fishing as the Hand-Maiden of Science”, “The Lessons of Some Lakes”, “The Salmonidae in Brackish Waters”, etc. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in a modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction on the history of fishing.