"Flyfisher's Guide to New England"

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This completely new flyfishing guide to New England is the best flyfishing guide ever on this fishery-rich and historic area. Author and flyfishing guide Lou Zambello provides all the information to improve your catch rate in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts. Full-color maps accompany the fisheries, complete with GPS coordinates, access points, public land, access roads, boat ramps (including small hand launches), parking areas, named holes and pools and more.

Many flyfishers flock to the same well-known waters that are written about again and again and face crowded conditions. Yet there are hundreds of productive waters that are ignored. Zambello, who has spent over 30 years flyfishing in New England, teamed with former Maine State Fisheries Director John Boland and other experts to cover many of these great uncrowded waters in the Flyfisher's Guide to New England. Lou spent the last several years criss-crossing New England researching this book, a review of many hundreds of both popular and unknown, moving and stillwaters in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts. Following Wilderness Adventures Press's tradition of creating the best flyfishing guide books, the new full-color 8.5x11 Flyfisher's Guide to New England will help you get your own piece of fishing heaven. Also check out Zambello's first book, Flyfishing Northern New England's Seasons.

Softcover, 8.5x11 inches
250+ pages, 60+ maps
Full Color, 80+ photos

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    Fly Fishers Guide to New England by Lou Zambello

    Posted by Anthony Hipps on 21st Mar 2019

    Excellently written and illustrated. A good read. Great photographs and great details for access, parking and species of fish you will encounter. Excellent information and detail. I highly recommend this guide book to anyone who is going to fish in New England, especially for trout, landlocked salmon and smallmouth bass. Anthony Hipps