The Orvis Streamside Guide to Trout Foods and Their Imitations
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Every fly fisher would agree that knowing your mayflies from your stoneflies is strongly correlated with a successful day on the water. This knowledge is vital because, as author Tom Rosenbauer notes, trout are shy and careful and can be fussy about what they eat. In addition, they won’t hesitate to swim away and leave a meal if they feel threatened.
In The Orvis Streamside Guide to Trout Foods and Their Imitations, Rosenbauer explains how and when to use many types of trout foods, including aquatic insects, terrestrial insects, crustaceans, and more. Designed with both the novice and intermediate fly fisher in mind, Rosenbauer teaches readers how to:
Identify types of insects
Present trout food properly
Observe what trout are eating
Use imitation trout foods
With The Orvis Streamside Guide to Trout Foods and Their Imitations at their sides, fly fishermen will be able to tell the difference between mayflies, stoneflies, caddisflies, midges, and a variety of other insects. In addition, they will also know when to use real foods and when to rely on the imitations in their tackle boxes.
Pocket guide to common trout foods & how to imitate them. Answers these questions & more: How can I tell a stonefly from a caddisfly & does it matter? How do I know when trout are feeding on minnows? What does a midge larva look like & how do I imitate one? 104 pgs.
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