FLIES FOR WESTERN SUPER HATCHES
Author: Jim Schollmeyer & Ted Leeson
Publisher: STACKPOLE BOOKS, Jan 2012
Authoritative reference to imitating the important trout food forms in rivers and streams of the West. 150 patterns to match the super hatches of greatest significance to western anglers. Comprehensive--includes mayflies, caddisflies, stoneflies, midges, terrestrials, aquatic worms, baitfish, sculpin, fish eggs, leeches, scuds, sowbugs. 1356 color photos; 8x11 inches, 328 pgs.
* 1,356 photographs including the undersides of insects to give the trout?s eye view, ideal for matching what the trout sees
* Leeson and Schollmeyer team up to pair incredible photos with descriptions of the insect and solid information on the hatch, life cycle, fly patterns, and step-by-step tying instructions
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Jim Schollmeyer is a professional fly-fishing photographer whose images have appeared in numerous books and magazines. His books include Hatch Guide for Western Streams, Hatch Guide for Lakes, and Hatch Guide for the Lower Deschutes River. He lives in Salem, Oregon.
Ted Leeson is a freelance writer whose work has appeared regularly in fly-fishing and general outdoor publications. He is a contributing editor to Fly Rod and Reel and Field & Stream magazines and lives in Corvallis, Oregon. Tying Flies for Western Super Hatches is the seventh fly-tying book they have co-authored.