POCKETGUIDE TO PENNSYLVANIA HATCHES
Author: Charles Meck and Paul Weamer
Publisher: STACKPOLE BOOKS, Feb 2009
A concise overview of the most important hatches on Pennsylvania trout streams. This handy guide includes detailed hatch charts, color photos of each insect, & recipes & photos of the authors 60 recommended fly patterns. 127 color photos, 1 map, 4x6 inches, 160 pgs.
* 1st of a new series
* Covers all regions of Pennsylvania
* 60 recommended fly patterns
Meck and Weamer team up to provide a concise overview of the most important hatches on Pennsylvania trout streams. This handy guide includes detailed hatch charts, color photos of each insect, and recipes and photos of the authors recommended fly patterns for each hatch.
Individual entries provide essential information such as common and Latin names, size range (hook and natural), and time and date of emergence. The authors provide in-depth descriptions of all life stages of the insect, emergence time and date, behavior, tactics, and the premier streams in the state to find the best hatches. Mecks intimate knowledge of the hatches around the state combined with Weamers penchant for the perfect pattern make this a must-have reference.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
Charlie Meck lives in Pennsylvania Furnace, Pennsylvania, and in Mesa, Arizona. He is the author of many fly-fishing and fly-tying books, including Fishing Tandem Flies.
Paul Weamer manages the TCO Fly Shop in State College, Pennsylvania, and is the author of Fly Fishing Guide to the Upper Delaware River. He lives in Coburn, Pennsylvania.