The Orvis Guide to Reading Trout Streams is a complete guide to where trout live and feed in a stream. By learning to predict where trout will be, fishermen can cast effectively and wade confidently without spooking trout into cover. Perceptive and practical chapters include "A Trout's World," "Currents and Rocks," "Pools," and "Riffles, Runs, and Bends." Also included are sections on seasonal and daily changes, various approaches, and the differences among species of trout and between big and little rivers. Graced with dozens of helpful schematic drawings by Jim Sulham and more than seventy-five revealing photographs, this book will give all trout fishermen a more coherent understanding of the waters they fish.
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Tom Rosenbauer has been a fly fisher for nearly four decades. He’s written countless books and articles on fishing. He works in Manchester, Vermont, as vice president of marketing at Orvis.
"Will enable you to tackle new water and new angling problems with confidence."--The New York Times
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