It provides details on the identification of the fish, understanding their feeding habits, types and conditions of water in any season. The reader will be armed with an understanding of the types and availability of the various major hatches and their metamorphosis. The book includes information on terrestrials, preferred temperatures, spawning patterns and recommended flies for each season or hatch for both subsurface and surface fishing. A removable field guide is provided for insect identification and suggested flies. Special treatment is also given to diverse subjects such as night fishing, nymphing, “catch and release” procedures, and Northern Pike and Kokanee Salmon fishing.
About the Author:
Jim Williams, a retired lawyer from Louisiana and avid fly fisherman in the Rockies, came to the realization that if you learn the proper techniques and knowledge of trout and their feeding opportunities, that you can catch fish on any day of the year. He saw the challenge of simplifying a complex subject and organized it in this book.