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|Fly Fishing Basics||Swing The Fly|
|Hatch Guide For Lakes||The Tube Fly|
|Hatch Guide For Western Streams||Two Handed Fly Casting|
|How To Design Fly Lines||Western Mayfly Hatches|
All Fishermen Are Liars
SIMON & SCHUSTER, April 2014
Warehouse Date: April 8, 2014
Subject Category: Literature, History & Humor
Binding Type: Hardcover
Retail Price: $24.00
The ever-popular Gierach shares insights, musings, and countless stories from the profound to the funny to the downright absurd that he’s collected over a lifetime of fishing. His first book in 3 years, Gierach gives us a book that is wry, contemplative, and as lively as ever, as edifying as it is entertaining. 256 pgs.
From the Pacific Northwest to the Upper Midwest to the Canadian Maritimes, “America’s best fishing writer” (Houston Chronicle) shows us why life’s most valuable lessons—and some of its best experiences—are found while fly-fishing.
|JG14||Book, All Fishermen Are Liars||$24.00|
SINGLE-HANDED SPEY CASTING
Stackpole Books, 2010
Subject Category: Fly Fishing
Pages: 256 pages
Trim Size: 8.5" x 11"
Photos: 400 color photos
Illustrations: 88 illustrations
Expert spey caster Simon Gawesworth shares casts adapted from two-handed
spey casting that enable you to fish the challenging spots most anglers
skip. Whether you’re a small-stream angler casting for tough trout or a
saltwater fly fisher, Simon has refined spey casts for all one-handed
rod needs: the single spey, double spey, snake roll, snap T, side cast,
shepherd’s crook, reach cast, and aerial mends. Learn ways to cast a fly
to cope with obstructions wherever you find them and whatever water you
fish, making it possible for you to fish the waters that frustrate other
|978-0-8117-0559-2||Book, Single-Handed Spey Casting, by Simon Gawesworth||$39.95|
|978-0-8117-0559-2-B||Book, Single-Handed Spey Casting, by Simon Gawesworth with any purchase over $100. That is 20% OFF plus FREE SHIPPING||$31.95|
Curtis Creek Manifesto
In 1978 the fly fishing community evolved it's own illuminated manuscript: the Curtis Creek Manifesto. If you think about it, the illuminated manuscripts of the dark ages with pictures and writing on the same page produced the comic book format of the 20th Century. These types of publications were meant to communicate at the most basic levels. Wording was very simple. Illustrations were compelling to readers who needed a certain amount of stimulation to get them to read at all.
My own involvement with the written word started out pretty bleak. Who knows whether I was dyslexic or just dull, but reading was very difficult for me through the first three grades of school, which delegated me to the special classes for the disadvantaged kids. This was all the more frustrating, since my parents were avid readers, and they read to us kids every night. Then I discovered comic books. My parents didn't approve of comic books, so they had to be read on the sly. Little by little by, looking at the pictures and the text it began to make sense, and I actually taught myself to read by studying comic books. By the time I was in the 8th grade my SAT tests disclosed that I was reading with the speed and comprehension of a senior in college. The illustrated manuscript format of the comic books worked for me and proved that the format used by English monks from 800 A.D. was still valid in today's world.
The Curtis Creek Manifesto is a beginners book that reveals fly fishing at the most basic level. It teaches young people how to read, as it teaches them about fly fishing as a sport and a way of life. It has proven to be the most popular fly fishing book ever published in the western hemisphere (and possibly the world), having sold more copies than any other fly fishing book.
Teach a child to read as you teach them about the natural world and the sport of fly fishing. This is your text book.
|0-936608-06-8||Book, Curtis Creek Manifesto||$9.95||Out of Stock|
CZECH NYMPH and Other Related Fly Fishing Methods
Karel Krivanec and Friends
Third Edition: 2008
Subject Category: Fly Tying
Binding Type: Hardcover
Format: 7.5" X 10"
Retail Price: $39.95
A couple of things will dawn on you while you read this book:
Eastern Europeans have evolved a unique and extensive fly fishing tradition, and there are a lot of streams you would like to visit there.
The book of 116 pages of format A4, contains 159 colored photographs of nymphs and approximately 45 colored photographs of fishing. The book deals with the development of the Czech nymph from its early history to present. The Czech fly fishers are fishing in World Competitions and their fly designs and techniques have been successful in winning World Championships. Possibly the most important aspect of this book about Czech nymphing for American anglers, is the discussion of leader design, and Krivanec draws on the expertise of several successful anglers to describe their typical leader setup. This book is unique in its subject matter and presentation and has many insights that will make the reader a more productive angler. More than that, it proves that the sport of fly fishing forms a global brotherhood.
|978-80-903882-5-3||Book, Czech Nymph and Other Related Fly Fishing Methods||$39.95|
THE TUBE FLY
Ken Sawada, May 2007
Warehouse Date: January 14, 2008
Subject Category: Fly Tying
Binding Type: Hardcover with slip jacket
Retail Price: $79.95
Sawada dressed 300 patterns of tube flies, including new
styles, new arrangement & his new original dressings, from small trout
flies to big salmon & taimen flies. This book will appeal to
Northwest steelhead anglers as well and salmon fishermen. Many tying
techniques are photo illustrated. Individual flies are illustrated in
large photo format. This is a beautiful book full of beautiful,
practical flies. A must have book for any tier wishing to perfect the
fly crafters art.
|0-KS-04482||Book, The Tube Fly, by Ken Sawada||$79.95|
DAN CALLAGHAN'S NORTH UMPQUA
Subject Category: Fly Fishing
Pages: 180 pages
Trim Size: 12" x 12"
This is a picture book of one man's love of a
river. No portrayal on the internet can do it justice.
|0-9817250-0-7||Book, North Umpqua, by Dan Callghan||$75.00|
|The Drake Magazine||
Everyone has a favorite magazine.
Bay Watch II
|Published quarterly, 8.5"x11', glossy, 136-pages|
|Drake Magazine||The Drake Magazine, Spring 2016 Issue||$7.00|
NYMPHS FOR STREAMS
Stackpole Books, 2009
Subject Category: Fly Fishing
Pages: 384 pages
Trim Size: 8 1/2 x 11
Photos: 995 color photos
Illustrations: 20 illustrations
Nymphs for Streams and Stillwaters
provides a sound understanding of the relationship between naturals and
their imitations, and between those imitations and the trout. You'll
learn what nymphs you should spend your time tying, you'll learn how to
tie them, and most important, you'll learn where and how to fish them in
order to catch more trout
|978-0-8117-0472-4||Book, Nymphs For Streams And Stillwaters, by Dave Huges||$59.95|
|978-0-8117-0472-4-B||Book, Nymphs For Streams And Stillwaters, by Dave Huges with any purchase over $100. That is 20% OFF plus FREE SHIPPING||$47.96|
Oregon River Maps & Fishing Guide
The ultimate book for Oregon anglers!
Oregon River Maps & Fishing Guide features Oregon detailed maps— and that’s only the beginning.
Whether you’re casting from the bank or fishing from a boat, Oregon River Maps & Fishing Guide tells you where to be and when to be there. Learn the secrets of Oregon’s best rivers, including the “insider” information you need, to experience the very best fishing Oregon has to offer. We’ve even included phone and email information for the essential services and accommodations specific to the needs of fishermen. Keep one Oregon River Maps & Fishing Guide in your car and another in your office, so you can always access the information you need, when you need it.
8 1/2 x 11 Inches, 88 Pages, 37 Maps, Illustrations, All-Color
|1-57188-514-5||Book: Oregon River Maps & Fishing Guide||$24.95|
|FLY FISHING BASICS
By: Dave Hughes
Clear, concise, well organized, well rounded. If you read this book, you will have a basic understanding of fly fishing.
Soft bound, 6" x 9" format, b & w illustrations, 255 pages.
|0-8117-2439-5||Book: Fly Fishing Basics||$16.95|
|Hatch Guide For
Covers all you need for a productive trip on our Western streams: water types; successful fishing techniques; identifying major hatches, providing basic background info about these insects. Color photos of naturals & flies. Full-color; 4x5 inches, 196 pgs
|1-57188-109-3||Hatch Guide For Western Streams||$19.95|
For Western Streams
with any purchase over $100. That is 20% OFF plus FREE SHIPPING.
HOW TO DESIGN FLY
PUBLISHED BY AL BUHR
Softcover : $19.95
All Buhr began building fly lines in the late 1970's as a way to improve his steelhead fishing. In 1980, he met Jim Green and joined the Fenwick team. Al mentored under Jim Green in both rod and line design. In 1989, Al joined Sage rods and shortly after, teamed up with Scientific Anglers.
In 1994, with Bruce Richards of Scientific Anglers, Al designed the
Mastery Spey/Salmon Taper and later the Short Head and Mid Head spey
lines. In 2004, Al chaired a committee that developed a line weight
standard for two-hand fly lines an has become the AFTMA designation. As you can see, Al has a lot of
experience with fly line design. This book puts all his knowledge
in you hands; about how to design & build your own fly lines.
Illustrated; Black and white;
5 1/2x 8 1/2 inches, 28 pgs.
|13523||How To Design Fly Lines||$19.95|
IN OREGON: 11TH EDITION
Maddy Sheehan & Dan Casali
An award-winning guide to Oregon's more then 1,200 sportfishing waters. Updated and expanded, featuring dozens of new maps, index to fly-only waters, and packed with practical information on access and fishing. 100 B/w photos; 8x11 inches, 368 pgs.
|0-916473-16-3||Fishing In Oregon||$29.95|
Fishing Mt Hood Country
This book is literally written about our back yard (and our front yard too). We live and work in the middle of Mount Hood Country. Our store is nearly in the middle of Mount Hood Country. That is why we are the first shop to receive this book: Fishing in Mount Hood Country.
Mount Hood is at once the most recognizable icon in Oregon- yet it is little known by the multitudes that live in its shadow. This book opens up the fishing opportunity available on the slopes of Wy'East, and in the rivers that flow out of its glaciers and gather water from its springs. In Fishing Mount Hood Country, award-winning authors Gary Lewis and Robert H. Campbell tell tales of water, trails, trout, steelhead and salmon, and provide a detailed, thoughtful look at the best fly- and gear fishing. The book is divided into two sections - Western and Eastern - by the Pacific Crest Trail. The story is told in over 40 chapters that contemplate 15 rivers and creeks and 30 still waters, illustrated with over 200 full color photos and maps. Some of the best fishing in the state is found in these rivers and lakes. Hike the trails that lead to rainbows and cutthroat in remote high country lakes, and drift the whitewater for steelhead and salmon. Now you are Fishing Mount Hood Country.
|9761244-6-7||Book, Fishing Mt Hood Country||$24.95|
MAYFLIES TOP TO BOTTOM
Frank Amato Publications, 2002
Soft cover, Pages158
This book belongs in every tiers library. Shane shares his secrets for tying effective, life like mayfly imitations. Nymphs, emergers, adults, spinners and cripples - it's all here. Unbelievable photos of the real real insects, plus up close step-by-step photos of each fly pattern. Tying techniques found no where else.
|1-57188-242-1||Mayflies Top to Bottom||$29.95|
By: Mark Sosin and Left Kreh
This is the best book on the subject of tying knots. Clearly illustrated.
6" x 9" format, b & w, pen & ink, 144 pages.
|1-55821-102-0||Book: Practical Fishing Knots||$14.95|
Author John Shewey
FRANK AMATO PUBLISHING, December 2006
Steelhead flies represent the highest echelon of artistic fly-dressing. They enjoy a rich tradition as both a functionally designed lure for tempting the much-revered steelhead, but also as a creative expression of the aesthetic appeal of fly angling. John Shewey, author of the acclaimed
Spey Flies & Dee Flies, has produced another well-written and
researched book, rich in technique, method and innovation. Through
concise text and hundreds of sharp, color photographs--including
step-by-step and artistic individual fly plates--Shewey covers: materials
for steelhead flies; basic tying techniques; hairwing and featherwing
flies; Spey and Dee styles; Practitioners, shrimp and prawn patterns; dry
flies and much more. This book is a must-have for all steelhead
9 x 12 Inches, 216 Pages, Full Color
|1-57188-400-9||STEELHEAD FLIES, by John Shewey||$49.95|
|1-57188-400-9B||STEELHEAD FLIES, by John Shewey with any purchase over $150. That is 20% OFF plus FREE SHIPPING.||$39.96|
LYONS & BURFORT, February 1999
Soft cover - 494 pages
This is the manual on how to catch steelhead with a fly rod. First published in 1991, everything in this book is still considered to be extremely valid. It has stood the test of more than a decade of scrutiny. It tells you how well researched and how well written this book is.
|1-55821-903-X||STEELHEAD FLY FISHING, by Trey Combs||$29.95||Out of Print|
|1-55821-903-XB||STEELHEAD FLY FISHING, by Trey Combs with any purchase over $150. That is 20% OFF plus FREE SHIPPING.||$23.96||Out of Print|
Stackpole Books, 2003
Subject Category: Fly Fishing For Trout
Binding Type: Hardcover, 315 pages, 8 1/2" X 11" format.
Retail Price: $59.95
|This is the single best trout fly fishing book so far in the 21'st Century. Mike Lawson is a keen observer. His book reflects insights into spring creeks that could only have been gained through years of careful observation. Important chapters cover mayflies, caddis, midges, terrestrials, and aquatic insects. Plus, practical and proven advice on locating, stalking, playing, and landing trout and tactics for fishing dry flies, streamers, wet flies, and nymphs, from one of the best fly fishermen in the business. Beautifully illustrated by Dave Hall. Many, many, many brilliant color photographs make this a reference book, a picture book or coffee table book. A great gift for any fly fisher.|
|Book, SPRING CREEKS, by Mike Lawson||$59.95|
|0-941130-98-3B||Book, SPRING CREEKS, by Mike Lawson with any purchase over $100. That is 20% OFF plus FREE SHIPPING.||$47.95|
PLACES TO FLY FISH BEFORE YOU DIE
By: Chris Santella
Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 2004
Subject Category: Fly Fishing Travel
Binding Type: Hardcover, 224 pages, 7 1/4" X 8 1/4" format.
Retail Price: $24.95
or expert, every angler dreams of landing "the big one," but
that's only part of the appeal of fly fishing. Because even when hours
pass without a bite, nothing beats the rugged beauty of the
surroundings. For both armchair travelers and avid outdoorsmen who may
have already started a checklist of their own, Fifty Places to Fly
Fish Before You Die maps out the meccas of the fly-fishing world.
Through in-depth interviews with the sport's acknowledged gurus, author Chris Santella goes beyond standard guides to convey the very essence of the recommended locations. Readers can vicariously cast mouse patterns to fifty-pound taimen in the wilds of Mongolia, wrangle with wily permit off the Florida Keys, and match the hatch on Montana's Armstrong's Spring Creek. Jardines de la Reina, Cuba (tarpon), the Zhupanova River, Kamchatka (rainbow trout), and the Rio Negro, Brazil (peacock bass) are also included.
The essays include a cultural and natural history of each site, along with colorful anecdotes based on the author's and authorities' experiences. With breathtakingly beautiful photos of the spots, many by celebrated fly-fishing photographer R. Valentine Atkinson, the book also provides adventurous anglers with enough travel-and-tackle information so that they, too, can start planning excursions to go fish around the globe.
|Book, FIFTY PLACES TO FLY FISH BEFORE YOU DIE, By: Chris Santella||$24.95|
|1-58479-356-2B||Book, FIFTY PLACES TO FLY FISH BEFORE YOU DIE, By: Chris Santella with any purchase over $100. That is 20% OFF plus FREE SHIPPING.||$19.95|
|Swing The Fly|
The more engaged you are in hunting for steelhead and salmon with two-handers and fishing flies on the swing, the more you will appreciate this magazine. The storyline has a sensitivity that can only be written by people who have deep experience in the the sport, but who can connect with newbies and old-timers alike.
8.5"x11" Format: 132-pages, Recycled Paper. Created In (easy to read) GeezerPrint.
|Swing The Fly||Book, Swing The Fly||$14.95|
TWO-HANDED FLY CASTING
Frank Amato Pu
Softcover : $22.00
This book unlocks the secrets of 16 different casts that solve many fishing situations. This is a practical, experience based guide that is ideal for
|casters of all skill
levels. This book has casts and helpful hints for the beginning caster,
the essential Spey casts and situation Spey casts that will solve many
fishing circumstances. Each cast is laid out in a clear sep-by-step
progression, as well as, when and where to use them. The fault analyst
section lays out how to find faults and cure them, list many of the common
faults, causes and cures.
Spey casting is a great way to improve your success in fly fishing. It is an ideal method to present a fly with ease with no back cast. the rods long length improves line control for better presentations. In windy conditions, Spey casting provides a level of safety. Using leverage of the two hands to form the cast is less stressful on the arms and shoulders making it ideal for those who have experienced a loss of strength. Brute strength is never required. This is ideal for anyone who may have experienced fatigue casting a large single-handed rod.
12 x 9 Landscape, 80 pages, all color.
|1-57188-395-9||Two-Handed Fly Casting||$22.00|
|1-57188-395-9B||Two-Handed Fly Casting with any purchase over $150. That is 20% OFF plus FREE SHIPPING.||$17.60|
By: Dave Hughes and Rick Hafele
Frank Amato Publications
Subject Category: Fly Fishing Enomology
Binding Type: Softcover, 264 pages, 8 1/2" X 11" format.
Retail Price: $39.95
|In their first
book together since their 1981 classic Western Hatches,
aquatic entomologist Rick Hafele and fly fishing author Dave Hughes,
combine their extensive knowledge to describe in detail the widespread
and diverse western mayflies, unraveling their mysteries, revealing how
to identify them, how to match them, and how to fish their
Researched, written, and photographed over a period of more than twenty years, Western Mayfly Hatches covers all mayfly hatches important in the entire range of western states and provinces. Color photos reveal the important aspects of each stage of each important mayfly hatch. Scientifically accurate illustrations by artist Richard Bunse depict the details that will allow you to recognize key differences between species for both nymph and adult stages. A series of fly patterns, from suggestive through impressionistic to imitative, are listed for each stage of each hatch. The full dressing is given for each fly, and each is photographed in color by Jim Schollmeyer.
Also included is information on collecting and observing mayflies, mayfly behavior and natural history, fly-tying techniques, presentation methods for nymphs, emergers, duns, and spinners, plus much more. Unique "hatch ranking tables" list the important aspects of each hatch, and provide a means for determining its importance relative to all other hatches. Hatch charts show graphically the emergence period of each hatch throughout the year, and the time of day you might encounter the insect on the water being fed upon selectively by trout.
Includes more than 350 color photographs, 75 illustrations, and more than 175 fly patterns, You'll be amazed how much information you'll discover within the pages of this book. Western Mayfly Hatches leaves no stone unturned.
|Book, Western Mayfly Hatches, By: Dave Hughes and Rick Hafele||$39.95|
|1-57188-304-5B||Book, Western Mayfly Hatches, By: Dave Hughes and Rick Hafele with any purchase over $100. That is 20% OFF plus FREE SHIPPING.||$31.95
The books listed in this catalog are written by fly fishers for fly fishers.
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