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Finding Trout in All Conditions

A Guide to Understanding Nature's Forces for Better Production on the Water (Pruett)

By Boots Allen

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Format: Hardcover, 176 pages
Published In: United States, 01 May 2016
What does it take to have success when stalking trout with a fly rod? There are the obvious elements of the fly, the presentation, and reading the water properly. But what about those factors brought on by Mother Nature in the form of weather, climate, and the water itself? FINDING TROUT IN ALL CONDITIONS: A GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING NATURE'S FORCES FOR BETTER PRODUCTION ON THE WATER is a comprehensive examination of those parts of the natural world that impact trout, trout food and forage, and fly fishing. This book provides valuable insight into how trout and the food they eat are influenced by barometric pressure, precipitation, air and water temperature, wind, sunlight and cloud cover, moon phase, and water-related factors like water levels, pH, dissolved oxygen levels, and specific conductance. Special attention is given to strategies and tactics anglers should employ when specific conditions are predominant. The reader is left with a greater awareness of how success on the water is impacted by these often overlooked elements of the natural world. Research for this book is based on the author s thirty-plus years of guiding and fishing around the world and his conversations and experiences with some of the best anglers and guides in the sport."

About the Author

Boots Allen is a third-generation fly fishing guide who for the past thirty-plus years has worked on many of the storied trout streams in the Rocky Mountain West. His enthusiasm for fishing and guiding has taken him to waters around the world, including Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Argentina, British Columbia, Costa Rica, Panama, Belize, and the Bahamas. Boots is a three time high scoring guide in the annual Jackson Hole One-Fly Contest, a high scoring angler in the East Idaho Bass on the Fly Tournament, and winner of the prestigious 2007 Carmichael-Cohen Award. He has penned articles for fly fishing and outdoor magazines and is the author of "Snake River Fly Fishing: Through The Eyes of an Angler" (Amato Books, 2010), "Modern Trout Fishing: Tactics and Strategies for Today s Fly Fisher" (Lyons Press, 2013), and "Snake River Flies" (Graphic Arts Books, 2014)."

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A third-generation fishing guide on many waters around the world, Boots is one of the foremost experts in trout fishing. The answers are here. Learn about flies designed to imitate a trout s true foods along with enthralling history. Jeff Currier, author of Currier's Quick and Easy Guide to Warmwater Fly Fishing and Currier's Quick and Easy Guide to Saltwater Fly Fishing Snake River Flies artfully portrays the famous flies of the fisheries of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, some of the richest, most-storied, and revered trout water anywhere in the world. Boots Allen, part of that storied tradition, masterfully describes the flies that have forever left their impact on fly fishing. From the Henry s Fork to Tierra Del Fuego, Boots offers the ideal blend of historical perspective, entomology, real fly-fishing applications, and entertaining writing in a complete work. Jim Hickey 2008 Orvis Endorsed Guide of the Year" "A third-generation fishing guide on many waters around the world, Boots is one of the foremost experts in trout fishing. The answers are here. Learn about flies designed to imitate a trout's true foods along with enthralling history." --Jeff Currier, author of Currier's Quick and Easy Guide to Warmwater Fly Fishing and Currier's Quick and Easy Guide to Saltwater Fly Fishing "Snake River Flies artfully portrays the famous flies of the fisheries of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, some of the richest, most-storied, and revered trout water anywhere in the world. Boots Allen, part of that storied tradition, masterfully describes the flies that have forever left their impact on fly fishing. From the Henry's Fork to Tierra Del Fuego, Boots offers the ideal blend of historical perspective, entomology, real fly-fishing applications, and entertaining writing in a complete work." --Jim Hickey 2008 Orvis Endorsed Guide of the Year

EAN: 9780871083302
ISBN: 0871083302
Publisher: Westwinds Press
Dimensions: 22.86 x 15.24 x 1.12 centimetres (0.39 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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