A NO NONSENSE GUIDE TO FLY FISHING VIRGINIA
Author: Beau Beasley
Publisher: NO NONSENSE FLY FISHING GUIDE BOOKS, Mar 2007
A quick, clear understanding of the essential info youll need to fly fish Virginias most outstanding waters. Covers the best waters from the pristine trout streams of the Shenandoah National Park to the briny Chesapeake Bay & nearly everything in between. Maps, Full color t/out; 8x11 inches, 160 pgs.
Beau Beasley covers the best waters in Virginia from the pristine trout streams of the Shenandoah National Park to the briny Chesapeake Bay and nearly everything in between.
Fly Fishing Virginia gives you a quick, clear understanding of the essential information youll need to fly fish Virginias most outstanding waters.
* Detailed maps accompany each water
* Full-color photographs throughout
* Learn where to go and how to fly fish
* Learn Virginia's unique fly patterns
* Helpful resource section of fly shops, guides, and organizations
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Beau Beasley has fished the waters of the Old Dominion since early childhood. Beau has written for numerous fishing and outdoorpublications, and is a contributing editor to Fly Fish America and the Mid-Atlantic states field editor for Eastern Fly Fishing. His writing career spans nearly a decade and a half, and his keen insight into local waters makes this book a must-read for anglers in the Old Dominion. His work has been published in American Angler, Mid-Atlantic Fly Fishing Guide, Virginia Sportsman, Fly Fish America and Virginia Wildlife. He is currently the Mid-Atlantic Field Editor for Eastern Fly Fishing and the Director of the Virginia Fly Fishing Festival. He lives with his wife and children in Warrenton, Virginia.