Fly Fishing for Redeye Bass: An Adventure Across Southern Waters

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Jan 18, 2018 - 150 pages
Do you like fishing secluded, flowing streams that involve hiking and climbing waterfalls to catch native fish? Fly fishing for redeye bass is similar to fly fishing mountain streams for native brook trout. They are actually referred to as "The Brook Trout of Alabama." Fly Fishing for Redeye Bass is a complete book on redeye bass and how to catch these beautiful fish throughout the picturesque of the southeastern United States. Learn about the rivers they call home, the dangers that threaten those waters, and why some species of redeye bass need our immediate help. Understand how to read water and locate optimum redeye bass habitat, what food they eat, and how to best imitate that food with flies. After reading, you will have a firm understanding of why they are the perfect fish for the adventurous fly fisherman.

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About the author (2018)

Matthew Lewis, M.S., is a scientist who works in the field of genetics. He completed his graduate work at the Auburn University School of Fisheries. To unwind from the rigors of the research world, he loves exploring and wading the streams of the southeastern United States with a fly rod in hand. Matt has come to love and appreciate the beauty and solitude found while fishing for redeye bass and has published one article on redeye bass featured in the 2015 January/February issue of Eastern Fly Fishing Magazine. Matt resides in Birmingham, Alabama with his wife and daughter.

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