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  • Author:
    Lou Tabory
  • ISBN:
    0762764341
  • ISBN13:
    978-0762764341
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  • Publisher:
    Lyons Press; Second edition (July 5, 2011)
  • Pages:
    384 pages
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    Biological Sciences
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Inshore Fly Fishing: A P. .has been added to your Cart. In one of the landmark works of saltwater fly-fishing, expert Lou Tabory provides invaluable advice on how best to fly fish for striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, and other cold-water marine species. Twenty years after its first publication, Inshore Fly Fishing is still the only work a beginning or expert marine angler will ever need.

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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.

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

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. - - Inshore Fly Fishing. Assembled Product Weight.

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A pioneering guide to fly fishing along cold-water seacoasts. Signed by author with gift Inscription to LEFTY KREH. 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

He outlines what tackle fly fishermen need, which flies are most effective (and when and how . He is the author of Lou Tabory's Guide to Saltwater Baits and Their Imitations, The Orvis Pocket Guide to Fly Fishing for Striped Bass and Bluefish, and Stripers on the Fly (all Lyons Press).

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.

These fishing tips are universal for both salt water and freshwater fly fishing and cater to all kinds of fishing with casting . Not mentioned but the best tip of all is "Time on the Water" - Lou Tabory

These fishing tips are universal for both salt water and freshwater fly fishing and cater to all kinds of fishing with casting and spinning tackle as well. Some of these tricks and tips I will run a separate video on in the future. Not mentioned but the best tip of all is "Time on the Water" - Lou Tabory. com for current reports, tides, moon phase, wind data and weather info for your next outing.

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.


Ueledavi
Although the information presented in this book is generally excellent, I was very disappointed upon receiving it to find that it has no information specific to any part of the country (or the world, really) other than the North Atlantic Coast.

Basically, this book covers Maine to North Carolina. So what's wrong with that? Nothing, unless you live in San Francisco, where I live, or anywhere along the West Coast (or Southeast). So am I being unreasonable? I don't think so. I guess since the subtitle of the book refers to "Cold Water Seacoasts," it's fair that it doesn't get into Florida, San Diego or any of the other warm water fisheries of the country. But the book's subtitle clearly states the plural "Seacoasts," not the singular "Seacoast," implying a broader approach than the book really offers. Isn't it reasonable that the book would make at least a minimal attempt to discuss the similarities and differences between the many cold-water coastal fisheries of North America, rather than restricting itself to the limited area the author--who lives in Connecticut--can reach on a long weekend? Maybe bring in someone like California expert Ken Hanley for an appendix? I'm pretty sure there are fish up in Oregon and Washington too.

In addition, there's a blurb from Lefty Kreh on the both the book's cover and on the Amazon listing page exclaiming, "No one I know understands the intricacies of successful fly fishing along the North American coast better." And where does that quote originate? In Kreh's foreword to the book; except here's Kreh's actual statement as published within: "No one I know understands the intricacies of successful fly fishing along the NORTH ATLANTIC [all-caps mine] coast better." So that's kinda misleading, huh? I'd be pretty annoyed by this if I were Kreh or Tabory.

Now, all of that being said, the book provides a tremendous amount of useful information about many facets of saltwater fly fishing, most of which is useful to me even out here in the wilds of Northern California. (Virtually all of the conditions Tabory describes can be found within a 100-mile radius of San Francisco.) And I'm glad I bought it. But it kinda feels like the marketing team at the publishing house got hold of the book and decided they could sell a few more copies to people around the country if they hid the fact that the author shows no interest in maybe 75% of our coastal fisheries.

I'm gonna knock off a star for the limited information and another star for the (intentionally?) misleading cover. So three stars it is.
Reddefender
This is a great book for anyone wanting to learn more about the basics of saltwater fly fishing. It is easy to read and understand for all levels. It also has some great information for the more advanced anglers who want to catch more fish. If you fly fish you will love this book.
Charyoll
Very helpful, I live on Long Island and it pertains to a lot of the waters north of me as well as just south of me and all around the Island, worth reading....
Yggdi
Extend your knowledge. Well done.