By Landon R. Mayer
Each fly-fishing challenge has an answer. This choice of recommendation from veteran teacher Landon Mayer is helping you study your previous blunders and methods to adapt to quite a lot of fishing conditions.
Unorthodox ideas for universal fly-fishing problems
Covers every little thing from fly choice and rigging to touchdown fish
Features 250 colour photographs to demonstrate right innovations
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Extra info for 101 trout tips : a guide’s secrets, tactics, and techniques
Target the same areas that you would during the summer, but look for more activity in the low-light hours of the day: early morning, late afternoon, and evening. This is when you’ll find the biggest trout. Daily changes in spring and fall weather can yield good temperatures and produce cover that causes large trout to feel safe and move. Spring snowstorms are good examples of this. When a storm system settles in, the skies are cloudy and the air is insulated, producing warmer water temperatures and increased trout activity.
As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. Matched with the text in this book, I would like to thank Mark Adams, Jack Hanrahan, Pat Dorsey, Bob Dye, Angus Drummond, Mark Lance, Phil Tereyla, and again, Jay Nichols and Ross Purnell for the breath-taking images. It is a pleasure to work with and learn from all of you capturing the right light. To Joe Mahler, thank you for the great illustrations in this book. Anglers will benefit from the visual learning experience each drawing displays. To Frank Martin and Jack Tallon.
Going over losing battles and envisioning a better outcome allows you to become a better fisherman. The basics you learn when you start fishing are a wonderful foundation, but in many cases they are one dimensional. I want my clients to develop confidence in techniques they once thought impossible and in techniques that go against what they have been previously taught. Fish receive more pressure than ever before, and they adapt by holding in less conventional areas. This is why I felt compelled to write this book.