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American's 100 Best Trout Streams
John Ross

They are the places that fire an angler’s dreams – the rivers and creeks voted the best places to catch trout in America by members of Trout Unlimited. Each chapter in this text covers one of these 100 waters – describing the river, the species of trout found there, the hatches, the flies and lures that will catch these trout, the best months to go, and even a bit of conservation history.   $11.40

   

Best Streams for Great Lakes Steelhead
Bob Linsenman

Now, for the first time in a single volume, a complete background on these fish, how they came to be in the Great Lakes, what they feed on, what flies best imitate their food base, plus the low-down on tackle, tactics, and where to go to have the best luck. No other volume offers this detailed assessment of the best fly fishing streams along the shores of all five Great Lakes.   $35.00

   

Northeast Trout, Salmon, and Steelhead Streams
John Mordock

John Mordock has fished these rivers for decades, including such fabled waters as the Ausable, Battenkill, Housatonic, Willowemoc, Neversink, small Catskill trout streams, the Delaware, Esopus, Moosehead Lake rivers, the Salmon River in New York, and so many more. So much interesting and useful information is shared for each water covered, including its history, local characters, species and hatches, even accommodations and other attractions for the non-fishers traveling with you; all of this information and more is paesed on in a entertaining way. 6 x 9 inches, 80 pages.  $15.95

   

Ozarks Blue-Ribbon Trout Streams
Danny Hicks

Ozarks streams are exceptionally rich in nutrients that create big trout, Danny Hicks provides detailed information on this region's great fishing. This book covers all the Ozarks' year-round trout fisheries, and concentrates on the tailwaters and largest spring-fed rivers. Hicks includes: fish species, primary trout foods, all the different waters you'll encounter in the region, productive techniques for the Ozarks, fly choice, best approaches, equipment, weather, access, and more. 8 1/2 x 11 inches, 88 pages.  $19.95

   

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