Fishing Small Streams with a Fly-Rod

Charles R. Meck (Author)

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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

Book Details

  • Paperback
  • June 1991
  • ISBN 978-0-88150-202-2
  • 6 × 9 in
  • Sales Territory: Worldwide

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