The definitive and comprehensive guide to fishing small trout streams throughout North America.
As more fishing is done close to home, small trout streams are 30 times as abundant as the bigger, more famous trout streams, and most of them are on public land. With this book, anglers can find & catch wild trout far off the beaten path.
Tired of the famous and crowded rivers, today’s anglers have a greater desire to get close to nature while staying closer to home. The Orvis Guide to Small Stream Fly Fishing provides all the information for finding and fishing unspoiled gems found everywhere from wilderness areas to suburban backyards. These often overlooked streams are abundant throughout the United States and range from the Appalachians—from Maine to Georgia—to northern Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, the Black Hills of South Dakota, the entire Rocky Mountain region from Montana to northern Arizona, and the Cascade and Sierra Nevada ranges.
As more fishing is done close to home, small trout streams, or third-order streams as described by hydrologists, are thirty times as abundant as the bigger, more famous trout streams and most of them are on public land, making them more accessible. This beautifully illustrated resource explains the small stream environment, how to find these streams, how small-stream trout behave, how to read the water, special casts, fly selection, and how to present the fly in all types of small streams. With this book, anglers can find and catch wild trout far off the beaten path.
Hardcover, 11 x 9 inches, 208 pages.
“I can say without hesitation that I know of no one better qualified to write the essential primer on fly-fishing small streams than Tom Rosenbauer. I learned something on every page of this book.” ~James R. Babb, Editor, Gray’s Sporting Journal