In Fly Fishing the Yucatan, Rod Hamilton offers nitty gritty specifics for the angler, including details such as exactly what rods, lines, reels and flies are must-haves, a battle plan for walking a flat and a course in presenting to and successfully plucking out fish in the most complex situations.
Also included is advice for the intrepid adventurer on safety, communications, currency and exchanges (forget credit cards in true rural areas), licenses, seasons, and much more.
Softcover, 208 pages
"Rod Hamilton’s first book, Do It Yourself Bonefishing, created the new wave of interest in self-arranged fishing trips. This one is going to turn that wave into a tsunami. A masterful job. Chock full of information. It will make you want to plan your own trip to the Yucatan." (Don Causey, Editor, The Angling Report)
"I often wonder if any other angling author in the word has logged even half the miles Rod Hamilton has waded on tropical flats. I know there isn't a resource that compares to Fly Fishing the Yucatan in terms of thoroughness, grit, and honesty. You almost feel like you have to shake the sand out of the pages when you finish a chapter. This handy reference can reliably guide you through a lifetime of adventures among the most intricate and alluring flats on the planet." (Kirk Deeter, Editor-at-Large, Field&Stream)