A fascinating tour of streamside New Zealand: covers trout flies past & present: Green Stonefly, Pomahaka Red, Willow Grub, Mataura Red. 130 color photos, 58 B&W photos; 293 illus. 9x11 inches, 224 pgs.
* Mayflies, caddisflies, stoneflies, and other abundant trout insects in New Zealand
* New Zealand trout flies past and present: Green Stonefly, Pomahaka Red, Willow Grub, Mataura Red
* Personal stories on the water learning about the fish and what they eat
A fascinating tour of streamside New Zealand. Photos and illustrations of insects accompany extensive information about how to fish them. Learn vital streamside lore and how to analyze a trout's stomach contents. A section on how to tie imitations includes materials and tools. Materials lists and instructions detail how to tie popular New Zealand flies, from Izaak Walton's flies to today's favorites.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Norman Marsh, who came to New Zealand in 1953, is a regular feature writer for Rod & Rifle magazine.