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  • Author:
    Frank Daignault
  • ISBN:
    158080120X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1580801201
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Burford Books (April 1, 2004)
  • Pages:
    208 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Hunting & Fishing
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    1794 kb
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    1738 kb
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    552
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Frank Daignault has fly-fished for striped bass forover thirty years has been added to your Cart.

Frank Daignault has fly-fished for striped bass forover thirty years. Here the legendary striper fisherman turns his intimate knowledge of striped bass to their pursuit with the fly-rod has been added to your Cart.

Striped Bass fishing information resource and fishing reports. Message board with expert advice from Frank Daignault. Fishing articles covering knots, baits, tackle, tide charts, kayaks, fly fishing, moon phase, web cams, Morone saxatilis. rank Daignault published his first article on surf fishing in Salt Water Sportsman magazine in 1970. Since then his hundreds of articles have appeared in Fishing World, Sports Afield, Outdoor Life, Fins and Feathers, Salmon, Trout and Steelheader, Fly Fishing, The Fisherman Papers, Gun World, Shotgun Sports, NJ Angler and the Fisherman.

Frank Daignault is the man when it comes to northeast striper fishing. In his latest book he unleashes thirty years of striper fishing knowledge and applies it to pursuit of bass with the fly rod. He covers equipment, timing, techniques and more, all in his easy to understand, no nonsense style. He has caught thousands of fish on the fly, this book will help you on your way to doing the same. Here the legendary striper fisherman turns his intimate knowledge of striped bass to their pursuit with the fly-rod. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.

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Anglers Books Fly Fishing the Striper Surf. With his characteristic no-nonsense approach, Daignault details the equipment, timing, techniques, and fish-knowledge that have helped him catch thousands of stripers on the fly. Includes descriptions of fly-fishing hot-spots from New Jersey to Maine.

There are better ways to fish for stripers than chasing the flats" adjudges Striper legend Frank Daignault in his book "Fly Fishing the Striper Surf"

There are better ways to fish for stripers than chasing the flats" adjudges Striper legend Frank Daignault in his book "Fly Fishing the Striper Surf". My opinion after two weeks of fly-fishing on the Maine coast: Might be, but sight fishing in shallow water is simply more fun. The shore is hardly visible; wafts of mist are hovering over the water. Once per minute a dull horn can be heard from a distance.

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Frank Daignault has fly-fished for striped bass forover thirty years. Here the legendary striper fisherman turns his intimate knowledge of striped bass to their pursuit with the fly-rod.

Damand
OK, I got the message, but why do I need sunglasses then? I don't recall seeing anyone in the photos wearing clear OSHA approved goggles. Some may think it's "Salty", but I didn't appreciate the tone used when constantly reminding us to fish at night or get a boat ... I get it. I also think the "debunking" certain myths was also not done written in a way that was encouraging more anglers to join us in enjoying this sport. By the way Frank, the Sod Bank near my home, fishes pretty poorly at night and exception or not, I do occasoinal hook 40" fish in broad daylight.
Ese
This book covers the aspects of flyfishing and is good as a reference. Frank does a nice job with this.
Nejind
Frank Daignault was a rod and reel commercial fisherman back in the days when the buggy he drove was home for a family of four. Although some readers may be initially disappointed when opening this book, inside it contains no-nonsense, practical advise on how to catch striped bass by means of a flyrod and reel. He doesn't portray some movie star's romantic notion of what fly fishing is, and doesn't mince words about what you should and should not do. It is not the largest piece of work nor the most elegant. However it is a must read for those who would endeavor to seek out the king of the Northeastern surf by flyrod: moron saxitalis, the Striped Bass.
Jozrone
This book has been the hardest book to get through that I have ever read. The author's writing style is difficult to follow as he uses phrases and even sentence structure known only to himself!

I forced myself to read the book in it's entirety if only to glean some striper fishing facts from it.