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STEELHEAD GUIDE: FLY FISHING TECHNIQUES AND STRATEGIES FOR LAKE ERIE STEELHEAD: 4TH EDITION
Author: John Nagy
Publisher: GREAT LAKES PUBLISHING, Dec 2007
Revised & expanded 4th edition has a color insert + 119 new and innovative steelhead fly patterns contributed by guides, tyers and fisherman from all over the region. More text, maps, drawings, photos & steelhead tips including new coverage tributary streams. Also includes revised road & stream maps, updated guide & tackle shop lists, current smolt stocking lists & web sites. Color insert, 80 B/w photos & illus, 7 maps; 6x9 inches, 320 pgs.
John Nagy's Steelhead Guide has long been considered the bible for steelheader's "chasing" chrome on Lake Erie's tributary streams as well as very useful to steelhead fisherman in other areas of the Great Lakes.
Expanded from 257 to 320 pages (including color insert), a major addition to the new 4th edition is 119 new and innovative steelhead fly patterns (replacing all previous 3rd edition patterns) contributed by guides, fly tyers and steelhead fly fisherman from all over the Lake Erie region (44 tyers total). In addition to steelhead egg patterns, nymphs, soft hackles, streamers, wooly buggers, sculpins, leeches and spey flies, 28 hot tube flies (both conventional and Scandinavian tube designs) are also included.
It also includes a new Deadly Dozen list, additional Steelheader's Tips and a humorous "Steelheader's Quiz". An exciting new and detailed chapter on tube flies for Great Lakes steelhead discussing their history, benefits, construction and use has been added as well as tube tying material sources, updated steelhead equipment recommendations and the latest Lake Erie region fishery news.
It also includes updated guide, tackle shop, lodging and dining lists, steelhead related web sites as well as current smolt stocking lists and recent fishery data and reports. New photos have been added to Steelhead Guide including an expanded color insert section of the new steelhead fly patterns as well as steelhead photography taken in the Lake Erie region. Some of the previous 3rd Edition text (carried over into the new 4th Edition) has also been revised and/or clarified as well.