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Trout Fishing in America

“I'll consider trout fishing in America to have come to an end. Agreed?” “Agreed.” “
Agreed?” “Agreed.” “Blink, blink.” But it wasn't completely over, for it took a while
to get trout fishing in America off the clothes of the first-graders.

Author : Richard Brautigan

Release : 2014-09-18

Publisher : Canongate Books

ISBN : 1782113819

File Size : 48.89 MB

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Richard Brautigan's wonderfully zany, hilarious episodic novel set amongst the rural waterways of America. Here's a journey that begins at the foot of the Benjamin Franklin statue in San Francisco's Washington Square, wanders through the wonders of America's rural waterways and ends, inevitably, with mayonnaise. With pure inventiveness and free-wheeling energy, the counterpoint to all those angry Beatniks, Brautigan tells the story of rural America, and the hunt for a bit of trout fishing. Funny, wild and sweet, Trout Fishing in America is an incomparable guidebook to the delights of exploration - of a country and a mind.

The New American Trout Fishing

Briefly traces the history of American trout fishing, discusses trout behavior, fly casting, and fly tying, and looks at new developments in fishing equipment and technique

Author : John Merwin

Release : 1997

Publisher : Macmillan General Reference

ISBN : 9780028616810

File Size : 85.11 MB

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Briefly traces the history of American trout fishing, discusses trout behavior, fly casting, and fly tying, and looks at new developments in fishing equipment and technique

Trout Fly-Fishing in America - Illustrations and Plates by H. H. Leonard

This fantastic book contains a comprehensive guide to fly fishing in America, dealing with all aspects of the subject from equipment, preparation, habits and habitats, seasons and appropriate flies, and much, much more.

Author : Charles Zibeon Southard

Release : 2019-02-08

Publisher : Read Country Books

ISBN : 9781528710619

File Size : 57.1 MB

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This fantastic book contains a comprehensive guide to fly fishing in America, dealing with all aspects of the subject from equipment, preparation, habits and habitats, seasons and appropriate flies, and much, much more. Contents include: "Trout Found in American Waters," "The Art of Fly-Fishing," "A Comparison of the Merits of the Wet and Dry-fly Method of Fly-Fishing," "The Fly-Rod and its Function," "The Rod, The Reel, The Line, The Leader, and The Fly," "The Habits of Trout," "The coloration of Trout," "The Sight and Hearing of Trout," "How and When to Strike Trout," "The Expert Fly Fisherman," "List of Wet Flies," etc. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with that in mind that we are republishing this volume now in a modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction on the history of fishing.

Trout Fly-fishing in America

Author : Charles Zibeon Southard

Release : 1915

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ISBN :

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Trout Fishing in America

Author : Richard Brautigan

Release : 1972

Publisher :

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File Size : 52.28 MB

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Trout Fishing in America

Author : Richard Brautigan

Release : 1969

Publisher : New York : Delacorte Press

ISBN :

File Size : 31.29 MB

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Sunlit Riffles and Shadowed Runs

Stories of Fly Fishing in America Kent Cowgill. He set the beer can on a rock and
loped over to it—a disc of tarnished metal half-buried in the mud. Running a
finger around it he saw at once that it was a fly reel, still attached to a rod
completely ...

Author : Kent Cowgill

Release : 2012-11-30

Publisher : University of Wisconsin Pres

ISBN : 0299289133

File Size : 85.22 MB

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Ranging from the riotously comic to the nostalgic, edgy, and suspenseful, these short stories offer richly developed and engaging portraits of characters across the spectrum of life, all absorbed by the thrill of fly fishing. A marriage betrayal on a trout stream in the north woods; angler rage on the redfish flats of the Gulf of Mexico;, the intensity of combat fishing on a salmon pool in the Pacific Northwest-- all rendered in sparkling prose that will resonate with every angler, and delight any reader who enjoys outdoor pastimes.

Trout Fly-fishing in America

Author : Southard Charles Zibeon

Release : 1901

Publisher :

ISBN : 9780259713197

File Size : 35.12 MB

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Trout Unlimited's Guide to America's 100 Best Trout Streams, Updated and Revised

Many who buy the book set out to fish all the streams. For others, the guide is an essential ingredient in planning fishing and family vacations.

Author : John Ross

Release : 2013-09-17

Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN : 1493004425

File Size : 48.25 MB

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A survey of the best trout-fishing rivers and streams in the country as chosen by members of Trout Unlimited, with listings for species, hatches, flies and lures, and when to fish. Each profile contains information and maps that boost angler success. Profiles present, as well, the environmental challenges facing each stream and the role that TU and others play in protecting the fishery. Extensive interviews with anglers for whom each stream is “home water,” add depth to personal observations formed when award-winning writer and angler, John Ross, fished many of these streams himself.

Chicken Joe Forgets Something Important

When Chicken Joe the cat wakes up with the feeling that he has forgotten something important, his friends on the farm don't seem very interested in helping him remember for some reason.

Author : Trout Fishing In America

Release : 2011

Publisher : La montagne secrète

ISBN : 9782923163741

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When Chicken Joe the cat wakes up with the feeling that he has forgotten something important, his friends on the farm don't seem very interested in helping him remember for some reason.

Fly-Fishing for Sharks

But most of all, Fly-Fishing for Sharks is about the unforgettable characters Louv meets on the water and the stories they tell.

Author : Richard Louv

Release : 2002-06-19

Publisher : Simon and Schuster

ISBN : 0743225759

File Size : 44.5 MB

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For three years, journalist Richard Louv listened to America by going fishing with Americans. Doing what many of us dream of, he traveled from the Atlantic to the Pacific, from trout waters east and west to bass waters north and south. Fly-Fishing for Sharks is the result of his journey, a portrait of America on the water, fishing rod in hand. To explore the cultures of fishing, Louv joined a bass tournament on Lake Erie and got a casting lesson from fly-fishing legend Joan Wulff He angled with corporate executives in Montana and fly-fished for sharks in California. He spent time with fishing-boat captains in Florida, the regulars who fish New York City's Hudson River, and a river witch in Colorado. He teamed secrets of fishing and living from steelheaders in the Northwest, Bass'n Gals in Texas, and an ice-fisher in the North Woods. Along the way, he heard from one of Hemingway's sons what it was like to fish with Papa and from Robert Kennedy, Jr., how fishing changed his fife. As he describes the eccentricities, obsessions, and tribulations of dedicated anglers, he also uncovers the values that unite them. He reveals the healing qualities of fishing, how it binds the generations, how the angling business has grown, and how the future of fishing is threatened. But most of all, Fly-Fishing for Sharks is about the unforgettable characters Louv meets on the water and the stories they tell. From them, Louv learns about our changing relationship with nature, about a hidden America -- and about himself.

Trout Fishing in Butte America

Narrative poems about nature, Montana, growing old, fishing and other topics. Some are serious. Some are humorous.

Author : Clarence M. Haugan, Jr.

Release : 2017-05-22

Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN : 9781546817727

File Size : 51.67 MB

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Narrative poems about nature, Montana, growing old, fishing and other topics. Some are serious. Some are humorous.

Haunted by Waters

As Browning surveys the literature, his ongoing counterpoint is the story of his attempt to reconcile fishing and writing in his own life.

Author : Mark Browning

Release : 1998

Publisher : Ohio University Press

ISBN : 0821412183

File Size : 57.8 MB

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Four essential questions: Why does one fish? How should one properly fish? What relations are created in fishing? And what effects does fishing have on the future? Haunted by Waters is a self-examination by the author as he constructs his own narrative and tries to answer these questions for himself. But it is also a thorough examination of the answers he uncovers in the course of reading what's been written on the subject. As his own story unfolds, Mark Browning analyzes angling literature from the Bible to Norman Maclean, always bringing his inquiry back to the same source: the enigma of this sport. Haunted by Waters is an exploration of the apparent compulsion of those who fish not only to read about the sport, but to write about it as well. Mark Browning's personal account as a fly fisherman and his perspective as a critic make him uniquely qualified to navigate these waters.

The New North American Trout Fishing

One of America's top experts shares decades of experience to cover trout fishing history, stream ecology, various trout behavior, and fly tying tips to aid any level of fly fishers.

Author : John Merwin

Release : 2000-03-01

Publisher : Book Sales

ISBN : 9780785811923

File Size : 64.28 MB

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One of America's top experts shares decades of experience to cover trout fishing history, stream ecology, various trout behavior, and fly tying tips to aid any level of fly fishers.

The Local Angler Fly Fishing Austin & Central Texas

The mysterious story of Round Rock’s “Hairy Man” Where to find and how to catch trophy rainbow trout And much, much more! -- Aaron Reed

Author : Aaron Reed

Release : 2020-05-01

Publisher : IMBRIFEX BOOKS

ISBN : 1945501251

File Size : 55.53 MB

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It may be a “best-kept secret,” but central Texas has some of the best fly fishing in America. With Texas native and fly fishing expert Aaron Reed as your guide, enjoy dozens of wades and paddles, all within easy reach of Austin. Discover secluded spring creeks braced by soaring limestone cliffs. Wade in broad pools dotted with lily pads and stands of water willow. Fish in neighborhood ponds and float deep, slow rivers. Easy-to-follow narrative, detailed maps, and gorgeous color photographs make it easy to “Go fishing now!” even if you have only a few hours to spare. There’s something for every angler in central Texas. Visit the nation’s southernmost trout fishery in the Canyon Lake tailwaters. Find seven species in a single day, including the native Guadalupe bass and the Rio Grande cichlid. Fly Fishing Austin and Central Texas is your passport to the challenges and rewards of angling in this unique and beautiful region. A look inside: Directions to more than 80 legal access points Detailed on-the-water wade and paddle route descriptions Full-color maps showing stream access points More than 200 full-color photographs Tips for “reading” central Texas streams Dozens of local angler-friendly hangouts Successful local fly patterns – and how to tie them Local and natural history: Comanches, conquistadors, jaguars, and at least one dinosaur Descriptions of common aquatic and riparian plants Comprehensive Texas river law primer Tips for taking kids fishing. Advice for selecting rods, reels, and line for local conditions and species Local fly shops and guide services How to catch a riffle-loving Guadalupe bass. The mysterious story of Round Rock’s “Hairy Man” Where to find and how to catch trophy rainbow trout And much, much more! -- Aaron Reed

Trout Unlimited's Guide to America's 100 Best Trout Streams

Many who buy the book set out to fish all the streams. For others, the guide is an essential ingredient in the planning of fishing and family vacations.

Author : John Ross

Release : 2005

Publisher : Lyons Press

ISBN : 9781592285853

File Size : 57.13 MB

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The Penobscot, Penns Creek, the Little River, Guadalupe, Firehole, Copper River--these streams and ninety-four others like them provide the best trout fishing in America say members of Trout Unlimited (TU). With a dozen or more streams in each of eight regions, one of America’s one hundred best trout streams flows within a few hours’ drive of most of the nation’s anglers. These are the rivers that anglers dream of visiting. Describing species, hatches, the flies and lures, and when to fish, each profile contains information and maps that boosts angler success. Profiles present, as well, the environmental challenges facing each stream and the role that TU and others play in protecting the fishery. Extensive interviews with anglers for whom each stream is “home water,” add depth to personal observations formed when award-winning writer and angler, John Ross, fished many of these streams himself. Many who buy the book set out to fish all the streams. For others, the guide is an essential ingredient in the planning of fishing and family vacations. It’s a book that’s as at home next to a fly tyer’s bench as it is tucked in the console between the seats of a pickup truck. A portion of the sale of each book goes to Trout Unlimited to help protect and sustain coldwater fisheries.

Brook Trout

He unravels the controversies surrounding the two largest brook trout ever taken. But the core of this book is the fishery: its past status, current condition, and future.

Author : Nick Karas

Release : 2015-11-03

Publisher : Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.

ISBN : 1510700870

File Size : 81.74 MB

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North America has had a 400-year love affair with the brook trout - Salvelinus fontinalis- its great native trout. In this newly revised and updated volume, Nick Karas offers the only major profile of this most beautiful gamefish. Brook Trout is a thorough look at the history, biology, and angling possibilities of the fish most anglers affectionately call the brookie. Through the eyes of a trained ichthyologist, Karas explores the brook trout's biology and the events that led to its evolution and distribution. He unravels the controversies surrounding the two largest brook trout ever taken. But the core of this book is the fishery: its past status, current condition, and future. And because the history of brook trout fishing is inseparable from the history of American fishing, Karas follows the development of the rods, reels, lines, lures and flies that evolved as anglers pursued their fascination with this great game fish. Skyhorse Publishing is proud to publish a broad range of books for fishermen. Our books for anglers include titles that focus on fly fishing, bait fishing, fly-casting, spin casting, deep sea fishing, and surf fishing. Our books offer both practical advice on tackle, techniques, knots, and more, as well as lyrical prose on fishing for bass, trout, salmon, crappie, baitfish, catfish, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

Trout Water

Eventually, Josh Greenberg realizes he hasn’t been alone in the woods. Much of his relationship with his family and friends has played out on the river.

Author : Josh Greenberg

Release : 2021-03-23

Publisher : Melville House

ISBN : 161219902X

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An elegiac memoir on the spiritual side of fly-fishing on America's greatest trout stream. At the beginning of trout fishing season, Josh Greenberg -- proprietor of a fishing tackle store on America's most famous trout-fishing stream, the Au Sable River -- is struggling to cope with the slow death of a close friend. Over the course of the fishing season, he'll revisit that relationship and its importance to him as he takes solace, and maybe something more, from fishing.