| Fly Fishing in Salt Water
by Lefty Kreh, Bernard L. Kreh, Rod Walinchus (Illustrator)
Fly Fishing in Salt Water first surfaced in the late '60s when the idea of fishing the seas with a fly for bluefish, stripers, bonito, and bigger game like tarpon and tuna was not only novel, it was sneered at. Fly-fishing in saltwater is still a relatively new frontier, but time has proven Kreh a visionary and the virtual father of the sport, and this how-to remains an essential part of a saltwater fly-angler's tackle.
| Inshore Fly Fishing
by Lou Tabory, Kevin Sedlah, Lefty Kreh
"Lou Tabory spells out every step and stage of how to fly fish in the salt for striped bass in this book! His writing is easily understandable and intelligent. He explains how to use the water to bring your flies to the fish, how to determine where the fish should be in many different types of water, which flies to choose in certain conditions and why, and he does all this is a manner that even a non-fly fisherman can understand!" - A reader
|L. L. Bean Saltwater Fly-Fishing Handbook
by Lefty Kreh, Bill, Jr. Bishop (Illustrator)
Fly fishing in saltwater makes special demands on the angler, and Lefty explains every aspect of this challenging and exciting sport in this comprehensive, practical, and easy-to-read handbook.
|The Orvis Guide to Saltwater Fly Fishing
by Nick Curcione
|Fly Rodding the Coast
by Ed Mitchell
In Fly Rodding the Coast, Ed Mitchell lays out the basics, and while his stomping grounds are primarily the northeast U.S., his instruction is useful for any coastal situation. A good portion of the book is about reading water; individual chapters cover tactics for beaches, rips, points, estuaries, and man-made structures. Mitchell also discusses saltwater fly patterns, weather conditions, and several species of Atlantic game fish popular with fly-fishers.
|Fly Fishing the Tidewaters
by Thomas Earnhardt, David Williams (Illustrator), Duane Raver (Illustrator), Tom Earnhardt
This guide shows both the experienced angler and those just getting started how to use a fly rod for blues, striped bass, redfish, sea trout, bonito, mackerel, dolphin, and other saltwater gamefish.
|Currier's Quick and Easy Guide to Saltwater Fly Fishing
by Jeff Currier, Doug O'Looney (Photographer)
If you've thought about going after bonefish, tarpon, permit, and other saltwater species with a fly rod, Jeff Currier's introduction might get you out there faster. Designed to demystify a sport that can have even serious freshwater anglers wondering where to start, this book explains the basics of tackle, tides, and casting.
|The Orvis Pocket Guide to Fly Fishing for Striped Bass and Bluefish
by Lou Tabory
Striped bass and bluefish are two of the most popular and challenging quarries the sea has to offer. In The Orvis Pocket Guide to Fly Fishing for Striped Bass and Bluefish, Lou Tabory condenses his years of experience into a handy guide that presents the best fly-fishing techniques for day or night, high tide or low, in estuaries and on the coast, in all seasons; and he shows the best flies, casts, and retrieves for all occasions.
|The Orvis Pocket Guide to Saltwater Baits and Their Imitations
by Lou Tabory, John Merwin, Dann Jacobus (Illustrator)
Fly fishing in salt water is at the frontier of the sport, and here's a valuable new tool for anglers: a comprehensive handbook to the forage foods of saltwater gamefish - crabs and shrimps, sand eels, mossbunker, and other prey of importance. It is the first all-color guide to this essential facet of saltwater fly fishing.
|A Fly-Fisher's Guide to Saltwater Naturals and Their Imitation
by George V. Roberts, Arolina Kehoe (Illustrator), Mark Sosin
All gamefishes, from striped bass to sharks, have their preferred prey and undergo periods of selective feeding. Flail the salt long enough and you'll meet feeding fish indifferent to our offerings. That's when a knowledge of selective feeding and of the fish's desired prey become critical to success.
|Bluewater Fly Fishing
by Trey Combs, Lefty Kreh
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