In the Ring of the Rise
Here is a startling and penetrating look at trout behavior -- with brilliant and practical insights that have been hailed as revolutionary by a generation of fly fishers. The sixteen pages of color photographs of rising trout are extraordinary.
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The Anatomy of the Rise
What the Fish Sees and Does Not See 9
Fishing to the Ring of the Rise
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