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L. L. BEAN FLY-FISHING FOR BASS HANDBOOK, 2ND EDITION
Author: Dave Whitlock
Publisher: GLOBE PEQUOT ( THE LYONS PRESS, FALCON), May 2007
Compact & effective full-color guide to fly fishing for bass, panfish, & other warm-water species. Covers various basses & their habitats, the best balanced fly tackle to use, special castings & fishing methods, innovative flies, how to fish on both lakes & streams. An all-encompassing handbook. 7x10 inches, 196 pgs.
Fly rodding for bass and other warm-water game fish is becoming increasingly popular. No one is better qualified to lead beginners into this exciting frontier than Dave Whitlock, whose flies and videos have pioneered new possibilities for bass fishermen everywhere.
Fly-rodding for largemouth and smallmouth bass is sheer fun, and in this all-encompassing handbook, Dave Whitlock introduces and examines angling techniques that will enable even beginners to catch bass on a fly rod. There are chapters on the different types of bass and their habitats; choosing tackle; casting and fishing techniques and tactics; innovative flies; how to fish on both lakes and streams; and much more.
Here, in the L.L. Bean Fly Fishing For Bass Handbook, he introduces techniques that will enable even novices to catch bass on a fly rod.
With authoritative advice from a master, this book will benefit newcomers to the exciting sport of fly rodding for bass, and will help advanced fishermen to improve their technique.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dave Whitlock, author of the L.L. Bean Fly-Fishing Handbook and Dave Whitlock?s Guide to Aquatic Trout Foods, is one of America?s most famous and innovative fishermen. He lives in Midway, Arkansas.
ABOUT THE COMPANY:
L.L. Bean was founded in 1912, and is now one of America's most successful and well-respected mail-order catalog retailers. Their business philosophy of selling quality products with an unconditional guarantee and of treating customers fairly has earned them a loyal following. L.L. Bean recently passed the $1 billion mark with sales in the U.S. and worldwide, and sent over 140 million catalogs in 1997 alone.