What Trout Want: The Educated Trout and Other Myths

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Stackpole Books, 2013 - Fly fishing - 223 pages
- Catching trout simplified
- A brilliantly written and well-crafted exposes fly fishing's greatest myths--selectivity, matching the hatch, pressured fish, fish feeling pain, precise imitations, drag-free drifts
- Recipes for the author's tried-and-true patterns
- Practical, down-to-earth suggestions for catching fish
 

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Contents

Presentation 133
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Index 221
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Back Cover
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About the author (2013)

Bob Wyatt writes, paints, and fishes from his base in Middlemarch, a semi-ghost town on the Taieri River in New Zealand's South Island. Born in Canada, Bob Wyatt has been a fly fisherman since the late fifties, having cut his angling teeth on the classic freestone rivers of Alberta and British Columbia. His writing on fly fishing and related topics has appeared in Gray's Sporting Journal, Fly Rod & Reel, the UK's Fly Fishing & Fly Tying, and Australia's FlyLife magazine.

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