Where and how to fly fish within two or three hours of downtown Boston. Terry Tessein, a veteran of a lifetime of fishing the New England coastline, shares those years of experience in the first detailed guidebook to the multitude of fly fishing possibilities within easy reach of downtown Boston. From the shores of Rhode Island to the coastline of southern Maine, Tessein will guide the reader on where to go, when to go to find particular species, and what flies and tactics to use at each venue. Fly Fishing Boston covers both well known areas like the Joppa Flats of Newburyport, as well as the relatively unknown and underfished areas along this stretch. In addition, Tessein explains such important coastal fishing information as tides and how they affect the movement of fish. Finally, Fly Fishing Boston is detailed enough to provide even regional fly patterns unique to specific zones. It will be a book to both read in the off-season and to pack in the tackle bag when heading out for a day of fishing.
A Pioneering Guide to Fly Fishing along Cold-Water Seacoasts
Author: Lou Tabory
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Sports & Recreation
In this classic book, expert Lou Tabory provides professional advice on how to fly fish for striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, and other cold-water marine species. Tabory clearly instructs on how to “read” rips, bars, beaches, flats, jetties, reefs, tidal estuaries, and all other important fishing areas. He outlines what tackle fly fishermen need, which flies are most effective (and when and how they should be fished), and how to hook and play inshore game fish. There are also special sections on tides, night fishing, the use of a stripping basket, drags, and drag systems—all the information a beginning or expert marine fly fisherman needs to bring his or her skill set to the next level.
At the Internationale Fischerei-Ausstellung, Held at Berlin, April 20, 1880, and Forming a Part of the Collections of the National Museum Made by the United Fish Commission
Author: United States National Museum
Category: Berlin (Germany).
The relation of the nearctic and neotropical faunae at their point of junction is as yet a problem not fully solved. Various important features of the fauna of Texas require us to place it within the Nearctic realm; for although it possesses a number of genera which are common to this realm and the Neotropical, there are numerous genera which belong to the former exclusively, and very few that belong to the latter alone.
A Monthly Magazine of Literary and Library Intelligence, Devoted to the Individual Interest of the Public in the Purchase, Exchange, Or Sale of Books, Old, Fine, Rare, Scarce and Out-of-the-way, Both American and Foreign
Loaded with full-color illustrations, maps and photos, the "Boston & New England" informative guide provides the quality information that travelers have come to expect from the American Automobile Association. Spiral-bound.
The Complete Buyer's Guide to Equipment, Instruction and Destinations
Author: Jim Black
Publisher: Contemporary Books
Category: Sports & Recreation
Black's 2000 Fly Fishing is the one-stop source of information on anything and everything about fly fishing. Newly revised and presented in an easy-to-use format with useful articles, charts, and diagrams, it contains just about everything a fishing enthusiast needs to plan a trip and to have all the gear for a fly fishing excursion.
A Partial Catalog Published in Conjunction with an Exhibit of the Draper Collection in the Francis and Mary Louis Molson & Meijer Exhibit Galleries of the Clarke Historical Library, May 1 Though October 22, 2007
A guide to compiling over 50 fly patterns for South African fly-fishing conditions, thsi book details information about the typoe of insect it resembles, in which conditions to use the fly and a list of the materials needed to make it up. Step-by-step instructions and photographs teach the reader exactly how to make each fly pattern.