More and more anglers are discovering the thrills and challenges of saltwater fly fishing. This book covers everything you need to know to fly fish inshore without having to head south.
This book has been needed - and anxiously awaited - for decades; it fills a serious gap in fly-fishing literature, with its focus on fly fishing. In this classic book, expert Lou Tabory provides professional advice on how to fly fish for striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, and other cold-water marine species. Tabory clearly instructs on how to “read” rips, bars, beaches, flats, jetties, reefs, tidal estuaries, and all other important fishing areas. He outlines what tackle fly fishermen will need, which flies are most effective (and when and how), and how to hook and play these great northern gamefish. There are also special sections on tides, night fishing, the use of a stripping basket, drags, and drag systems—all that a beginning or expert marine fly fisherman will need for this new and exciting kind of fishing.
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
"No one I know understands the intricacies of successful fly fishing along the North American coast better."--Lefty Kreh
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Lou Tabory has been an outdoor writer for over forty years, with articles featured in Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Sports Afield, Salt Water Sportsman, Fly Fisherman, Fly Fishing in Saltwaters, and American Angler. He is the author of Lou Tabory's Guide to Saltwater Baits and Their Imitations, The Orvis Pocket Guide to Fly Fishing for Striped Bass and Bluefish, and Stripers on the Fly. He is a member of the Outdoor Writers of America and has fished all over New England and the Mid-Atlantic states with trips to fishing locations around the world. He works full-time in the outdoor field.