FLY FISHING EASTERN SIERRA STREAMS: WHERE TO GO, WHAT TO USE AND HOW TO GET THERE
Author: Mike Brown
Publisher: Author House Publishing, Mar 2005
Priceless info on fly fishing for wild trout; personal fly fishing successes & tragedies. Full-color guide book that will have you laughing one minute, & thinking of good times with your own dad the next. 8.5x8.5 inches, 112 pgs.
Fly Fishing Eastern Sierra Streams takes its readers to some of the finest, accessible streams and creeks in the Eastern Sierras. In addition to offering priceless information on fly fishing for wild trout, Mike discovered a way to incorporate personal fly fishing successes and tragedies in his writings. He also opens a few doors along the way, and shares some very personal accounts about the man that got it all started; his father.
Fly Fishing Eastern Sierra Streams is a full-color guide book that will have you laughing one minute, and thinking of good times with your own dad the next. Mikes book will surely be appreciated by both seasoned veterans and first-timers alike. Come along and enjoy Mikes passion for catching wild trout with a fly.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Mike Brown, instructed in the art of fly fishing at a very young age solely by his father, soon became adept at throwing flies on some of the finest creeks and streams in Montana and California.
His fathers incredible passion is now a fleeting memory, but the love for running water still carries on and can be found flourishing within his sons spirit.
Mike has been fly fishing for Eastern Sierra wild trout for over three decades and takes great delight in introducing newcomers to the hidden riches within the Eastern Sierra waters, then stepping aside so that they may discover their own passions the rest of the way.