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Famous Fly Fishing Adventures

Author : Jerry Estruth
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If you have ever dreamed about fly-fishing in exotic corners of the world, this is the book for you. The author has caught and released fish in thirty countries and shares his stories with you. He has been fishing, mostly fly-fishing, for over seventy years. You’ll enjoy his descriptions of the countries he’s visited and fished. Go on the magnificent journey with him.

Fly Fishing Always

Author : George A. Marzluf
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Fly Fishing Always describes the grace and beauty of fly fishing and introduces Hal, a local legendary fly fisher and a fascinating trip with Hal to fish for Atlantic Salmon. A wealth of fly fishing adventures is presented. These exploits include fly fishing for popular, well known species, trout, salmon, steelhead, bass, tarpon and bonefish. Thrilling fly fishing trips for peacock bass, piranhas and for other rare, little known exotic jungle fish in the Amazon and other far away places are also recalled. It is admitted that fly fishing even for other less appreciated species, such as bluegills and carp, can be challenging, exciting and rewarding. Advice is given on techniques to attempt when trout and other species are proving to be elusive and difficult to entice. Fly Fishing Always emphasizes the importance and many rewards of friendship with fellow anglers, even strangers that one meets on a remote stream. To totally experience the elegance of fly fishing, it is emphasized that one must have a total interaction with the fish and an appreciation of the beauty of the surroundings, birds, animals, wild flowers, even butterflies and dragon flies. Fly fishing takes us to beautiful places and rewards us with experiences we otherwise would never know.

Ultimate Fishing Adventures

Author : Henry Gilbey
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This book takes you on a remarkable journey visiting 100 destinations from Alaska to New Zealand. Fly, lure and bait fishing in rivers, oceans and lakes, from deftly dropping a fly in front of a hungry trout to shaking with fear at a rampaging giant trevally, this book covers it all._x000D_ Remarkable full-page images accompany each of the fishing adventures in this stunning coffee-table book. Written to inspire, excite and inform, there is plenty of information on the locations, the fish and how to catch them. Go on a voyage of discovery from secret African rivers to idyllic tropical islands, fight with monsters of the deep in Australia, get set for superb sport in the USA, or discover fishing delights in and around Britain and Europe._x000D_ Anglers of all sorts will treasure this inspirational collection of the world’s most exceptional fishing adventures.

Flyfishing Always

Author : Barbara Wolverton
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The Secret Guide to Fly Fishing

Author : Paul Kelso
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Fly fishing was once viewed as a sport for men. This may be due in part to the early elitist status of the sport. Even nostalgia tends to favor the masculine involvement in fly fishing. However, fly fishing is now appropriately recognized as a great sport fishing option for men and women alike. In fact, estimates are that there are well over one million women who now participate in fly fishing. Some estimates are that women now account for 15-20% of modern fly fishers. Discover everything you need to know by grabbing a copy of this ebook today.

Steelhead Fly Fishing

Author : Trey Combs
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The most all-encompassing compendium of truly valuable information on steelhead ever written. —Jack Hemingway There are exceptional chapters on the fish itself; the tackle and techniques used to pursue it under diverse circumstances in such great steelhead rivers as the Deschutes, the Dean, the North Umpqua, the Bulkley, the Rogue and the Babine, and memorable profiles of the modern masters and the fly patterns they developed.

Traveling With Fly Rod and Reel

Author : Gary Soucie
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Here, in one volume, is everything you need to know to escape the crowded rivers and streams of North America. From Patagonia to Siberia, from Baja to Lappland, renowned angling writer Gary Soucie shares his tips and secrets for planning exciting excursions to the world's most exotic fly-fishing destinations in Traveling with Fly Rod and Reel. - Choosing trips, destinations, and tour companies that are right for you - Selecting the rods, reels, tackle, and gear that travel best - Arranging travel documents - What and how to pack - Safety: First, last, and always - Checklists, fishing logs, and a special fly-fishing gazetteer In addition, Soucie includes sharp, witty travel interludes describing his own experiences in far-flung locales.

Fly Fishing West Yellowstone

Author : Bruce Staples
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West Yellowstone, Montana, a gateway to Yellowstone National Park, is a stone’s throw from some of the best trout fishing in the world, including the Yellowstone, Madison, and Gallatin Rivers, as well as the countless legendary streams and lakes in the Park. Because of this, it was one of the first “trout towns,” and anglers from all over the world would travel to it—some stayed for good—to fish. Fly-fishing legend Bob Jacklin and well-known writer and fly historian Bruce Staples team up to write the compelling history of this area, which still remains the epicenter of fly fishing in the western United States. This book also includes fly patterns, past and present, as well as up-to-date information about these famous rivers, making this an indispensable reference for anyone visiting the region.

Recreation Event and Tourism Businesses

Author : Robert E. Pfister
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"Recreation, Event, and Tourism Businesses: Start-Up and Sustainable Operations reveals the keys to business success in the commercial recreation, event, and tourism sector. Until now, students, professors, and professionals interested in this growing industry have been limited to general business or basic recreation texts. In this book the authors have combined their expertise as both business owners and professors to offer a comprehensive and industry-specific course textbook and step-by-step guide for business start-up." "Recreation, Event, and Tourism Businesses presents new professionals and potential business owners with clear, easy-to-read directions for developing and writing a business plan. The book's business profiles and case studies serve as examples to follow when working on the plan and help readers gain insight into how businesses are planned, started, and funded. It also lays out important strategies for starting a business and shares best practices based on successful recreation businesses."--BOOK JACKET.

Montana Adventure Guide

Author : Genevieve Rowles
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Montana offers a wealth of outdoor fun for the active traveler, from skiing and snowmobiling to fly fishing and horseback riding. With stunning scenery and colorful history, the state is one of the most appealing in the US. And the best part: it's rarely crowded!