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The Orvis Guide to Prospecting for Trout The Orvis Guide to Prospecting for Trout
by Tom Rosenbauer

Here is a comprehensive guide divulging the secret to catching trout when they are not rising - by the author of the bestselling book, The Orvis Fly-Fishing Guide. Although most anglers can derive enjoyment on a trout stream without catching fish, being able to hook trout at all times - not just during easy hatch periods - is a skill most fisherman would love to develop.

Spinner Fishing for Steelhead, Salmon and Trout Spinner Fishing for Steelhead, Salmon and Trout
by Jed Davis

"Davis not only explains the theory of how and why steelhead act the way they do, but he clearly and efficiently puts it to practical use by showing anglers exactly what spinners to fish in all conditions and how to fish them." - A reader

Modern Streamers for Trophy Trout Modern Streamers for Trophy Trout
New Techniques, Tactics, and Patterns
by Bob Linsenman, Kelly Galloup, Jerry Dennis

This first modern, all-encompassing manual on the art of streamer fishing teaches new techniques for catching trophy-sized trout on a fly. Streamers are the most effective of all fly patterns for the seduction of large trout, because they imitate the look and behavior of the smaller fish these trophies feed on.

Understanding Trout Behavior Understanding Trout Behavior
Brilliant Insights into How Trout Act and Why
by John Goddard, Brian Clarke, Rod Walinchus (Illustrator)

Catching a trout is among the most rewarding challenges in the entire sport of fly fishing because they are superbly adapted to their environment. To catch the wiliest among them, an angler must know all of the many defenses that trout employ to protect themselves from predators. In Understanding Trout Behavior, John Goddard and Brian Clarke give anglers invaluable advice.

Trout Trout
by Ray Bergman

Trout is arguably the finest single volume ever produced on how, why, and where to catch trout. In spite of being originally published in 1938 (Penn Publishing Company), it remains utterly relevant.

The Classic Guide to Fly-Fishing for Trout The Classic Guide to Fly-Fishing for Trout
The Fly-Fishers Book of Quarry, Tackle, and Techniques
by Charles Jardine, Peter Gathercole (Photographer), Susan Bell (Editor)

Part history, part guidebook, The Classic Guide to Fly-Fishing for Trout is as much a feast for the eyes as it is a cornucopia of information about the centuries-old sport of fly-fishing. With beautiful photographs and descriptive text about past and present forms of tackle and technique, The Classic Guide is an attractive addition to any fishing bookshelf and the perfect gift for an angler of the fly. 

Trout Country Trout Country
by Michael Furtman, Laurie A. Caple (Illustrator)

"This book is a masterpiece about char and trout species, their behavior and their habitat. The text flows smoothly within and between chapters and the photography is superb." - A reader

Brook Trout Brook Trout
by Nick Karas

If you seek a definitive resource on brook trout, search no further; indeed, so encyclopedic is it that even brook-trout devotees shouldn't expect to read the whole thing at one go.

Lake Trout : North America's Greatest Game Fish Lake Trout : North America's Greatest Game Fish
by Ross H. Shickler, Edward M. Eveland
Trout Fishing : The Tactical Secrets of Lake Fishing Trout Fishing : The Tactical Secrets of Lake Fishing
by Ed Rychkun
Fly-Fishing Stillwaters for Trophy Trout Fly-Fishing Stillwaters for Trophy Trout
by Denny Rickards

"Denny Rickards fished over 300 lakes before writing his book. He clearly lays out the differences between flyfishing streams vs. lakes. He then presents a thoroughly researched systematic approach that even those new to the sport can use." - A reader

Strategies for Stillwater Strategies for Stillwater
The Tackle, Techniques, and Flies for Taking Trout in Lakes and Ponds
by Dave Hughes
Trout Unlimited's Guide to America's 100 Best Trout Streams Trout Unlimited's Guide to America's 100 Best Trout Streams
by John Ross

These are the rivers and creeks voted the best places to catch trout in America by members of Trout Unlimited. Each chapter in this book covers one of these 100 waters, describing the river, the species of trout found there, the hatches, the flies and lures that will catch these trout, the best months to go, and even a bit of conservation history. Also included are maps of the streams and the roads that lead to them.

The Ways of Trout The Ways of Trout
by Leonard M. Jr. Wright

"If you're looking for a book that gives you details about the way trout live and feed, this is it... Certainly not a book for the casual reader, but it's helped me as a fly-fisherman to better know how and where trout feed, meaning more successful days on the water." - A reader

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