What could possibly be better than a book similar to the classic Curtis Creek Manifesto, but twice as long, allowing for much more detail and clever, humorous presentation?
The Secrets of St. Anthony's Creek: A Flyfisher's Manual has strength in its deep understanding of fly types, hatches, presenting different fly pattern types, and reading different types of water. I can't think of a book that presents the subject better visually through illustrations. Each page will either help you re-learn something you may have forgotten or show you some entirely new techniques. You will be continually entertained by the author's humor in drawings and words.
Like Curtis Creek Manifesto, this new book will inspire future generations of fly-anglers, as well as entertaining and informing the fly-anglers of today.
About the Author:
Michael Rahtz is a retired air force guy who loves stream trout fishing and cartooning (and Sheridan Anderson's book which started him out) and has been avidly practicing both for more years than he would like to remember.