Great Rivers - Great Hatches
After teaming up to fish every major trout stream in the United States, Mecka and Hoover describe the fishing, hatches, and special regulations for each. Contents: Introduction; Insect Emegence; A Closer Look at Some of the Great Hatches; Great Rivers of the East and their Hatches; Great Rivers of the Midwest and their Hatches; Great Rivers of the West and their Hatches; Great Hatches on Lousy Days; Patters for the Hatches; Some Proposals for Better Fishing.
A Closer Look at Some of the Great Hatches
Great Rivers of the East and Their Hatches
Great Rivers of the Midwest and Their Hatches
Great Rivers of the West and Their Hatches
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