Mysteries of the Water: Fly-Fishing for Panfish and Trout

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Xlibris Corporation, May 23, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 109 pages

Mysteries is the sharing of a profound revelation iced over a lifetime of fishing experience. Meant to be entertaining and informative, it opens with the authors youngest family experiences on fishing outings and takes you through many shallow water ecosystem experiences and mindsets throughout. Not an informative or how manual, there is much to be learned about the food chain and fish behaviors in shallow water. The stories, like the last book, are true events with real people, and the fly fishing revealing. Inspiring and decadent is his look into the world of elitist fly fishing.

 

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DID I SAY FLY FISHING?
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About the author (2011)

R.G. Webb is a professional fisherman, guide and Commercial pilot. Circa 2000 A.D., he learned the art of Walleye fishing, which led to being involved in the production of a sportsman’s outdoor television program. Fishing being a lifelong passion, Waterfowling and social camaraderie also became the normal trappings for him associated with a popular and televised guide operation. Expertise of the professionals was gathered hand-in-hand with fowl weather (pun intended) and combined with hard-core fishing to produce a capable, if not weary individual that lent himself to promoting others’ experiences on camera. In 2007, he set up a Walleye guide boat and began the search for tournament winning tactics. Having found them, he decided to share. He is single and currently resides in the Twin Cities, MN area.

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