FLY RODDING ESTUARIES: HOW TO FIND FISH IN SALT PONDS, COASTAL RIVERS, TIDAL CREEKS & BACKWATERS
Author: Ed Mitchell
Publisher: STACKPOLE BOOKS, Sep 2003
Fish salt ponds, bays, coves, harbors, coastal creeks & rivers. How to find & fish striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, Atlantic bonito, little tunny, American and hickory shad, fluke, red drum, spotted seatrout & more. Matching poppers, sliders & streams & other flies. Reviews rods, reels, & fly lines you need & describes in depth how to fish from canoes, kayaks & rowboats. 100 color photos, 22 drawings; 7x9 inches, 160 pgs.
*Learn to fish salt ponds, bays, coves, harbors, coastal creeks, and rivers
*How to find and fish striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, Atlantic bonito, little tunny, American shad, hickory shad, fluke, red drum, spotted seatrout, and more
*Matching poppers, sliders, streamers, and other flies to the bait fish
Ideal for the novice as well as the veteran saltwater fly rodder, Fly Rodding Estuaries outlines the many types of backwater that provide excellent fishing along the Atlantic Coast. You will learn where and how to fish estuaries--Mitchell reviews the rods, reels, and fly lines you will need and describes in depth how to fish from canoes, kayaks, and rowboats. This lesser-known area of saltwater fly-fishing will take you into less crowded, rewarding saltwater situations.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Ed Mitchell is the author of Fly Rodding the Coast (PB-0-8117-2616-7, HC-0-8117-0628-1) and Fly-Fishing the Saltwater Shoreline (0-8117-0653-2). He lives in New England.