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ORVIS GUIDE TO READING TROUT STREAMSby: Tom Rosenbauer
A complete guide to where trout live and feed. And with it, a fisherman will be able to predict where trout will be so he can cast with confidence. B/w photos & line drawings throughout; 8.5×11 inches, 272 pgs.
The Orvis Guide to Reading Trout Streams is a complete guide to where trout live and feed in a stream. Graced with dozens of helpful schematic drawings by Jim Sulham and more than seventy-five revealing photographs, this book will give all trout fishermen a more coherent understanding of the waters they fish. With a foreword by Nick Lyons.
Rosenbauer’s analysis of a trout’s needs, and resulting behavior, will enable you to tackle new water and new angling problems with confidence. It will also imbue you with an insatiable curiosity about trout that will add zest to every visit you make to a stream. –Nelson Bryant, New York Times
A clear and valuable guide to a vital aspect of trout fishing. A boon to beginners and intermediates alike. –Sports Afield
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Tom Rosenbauer is the author of The Orvis Fly-Fishing Guide and other books; his articles have appeared in every major American outdoor magazine. He lives in southern Vermont.
Publisher: NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK
Publish Date: 09-15-1999
“ORVIS GUIDE TO READING TROUT STREAMS”
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