If you enjoy the challenge of deceiving wary trout with wisps of fur and feather tied to a tiny hook, fly-fishing is for you. Fly-Fishing the North Country offers experienced anglers and novices the information they need to catch north country fish including feisty Bluegills, beautiful Brook Trout, and even monstrous Muskies. Shawn Perich has gathered the secrets of fly-fishing including tips for purchasing tackle, learning to cast, selecting the right flies, and finding fish. The book concludes with patterns for tying more than sixty flies specially designed for fishing success in northern lakes and streams. “Fly-fishing is the most artful expression of angling--a celebration of fishing.” from Fly-Fishing the North Country “If I were fishing the north country for the first--or the fiftieth--time, I’d want Shawn Perich at my side, providing counsel and giving me the benefit of his knowledge and experience. And if I couldn’t have Shawn himself, I’d want to read his book first.” Jim, Butler, Editor, Fly Rod and Reel “Fly anglers throughout the Midwest have hungered for a book like this. Shawn Perich is an insightful and honest writer who lives in the north country he writes about. In Fly-Fishing the North Country, he delivers pertinent information on equipment, tactics, fly patterns, and strategies for a variety of warm- and cold-water fish.” Tom Helgeson, Editor/Publisher, Midwest Fly Fishing x
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