• 1,001 Pearls of Fishing Wisdom

    By Nick Lyons

    Our Price: $12.95
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9781620871751
    • Publisher: W W Norton & Co Inc
    • Published: May 2013
    Featuring memorable quotations and contemplative moments by such writers as Lord Byron, Ernest Hemingway and Ted Hughes, this latest installment in the highly popular 1,001 Pearls of Wisdom series highlights the greater and lesser points of fishing. 15,000 first printing.
  • 100 Best Flies for Montana Trout

    By Thomas R. Pero

    Our Price: $24.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780974642772
    • Publisher: Wild River Press
    • Published: April 2009
    Outlining the 100-best traditional and innovative trout flies specifically designed for Montana's lakes and rivers, this guidebook features superb photographs and accessible instructions, making it an ideal companion for any fly-fishing enthusiast. With authentic advice from six notable fly designers and knowledgeable anglers, this authoritative resource covers all types of bait?from dry flies, nymphs, and streamers to midges, terrestrials, scuds, and sow bugs.
  • 1001 Fishing Tips: The Ultimate Guide to Finding and Catching More and Bigger Fish

    By Lamar Underwood

    Our Price: $14.95
    • Format: Oversize Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781602396890
    • Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
    • Published: May 2010
    Highlights the most popular freshwater game fish and the best places where they can be found along with a practical collection of helpful tips and techniques for reeling in the biggest catch of the day.
  • 1001 Fly-Fishing Tips: Expert Advice, Hints, and Shortcuts from the World's Leading Flyfishers

    By Jay Nichols

    Our Price: $19.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780979346019
    • Publisher: Headwater Books
    • Published: January 2008
    Over 1,001 of the best fly-fishing tips. One-of-a-kind collection of practical advice from more than twenty-five fly-fishing experts.
  • 101 Bass Fishing Tips

    By John Neporadny

    Our Price: $16.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781620877920
    • Publisher: W W Norton & Co Inc
    • Published: July 2013
    An expert bass fisherman and writer offers tips, techniques and tactics from the top competitors and elite touring pros on how to choose the right tackle and locate fish on drop-offs, ledges, points and flats for more successful angling. Original.
  • The 12 Basic Skills of Fly Fishing

    By Ted Peck

    Our Price: $11.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780888393920
    • Publisher: Hancock House Pub Ltd
    • Published: May 1996
  • 25 Best Off-The-Beaten-Path Montana Fly Fishing Streams--PC

    By Molly Semenik

    Our Price: $29.95
    • ISBN-13: 9781939226693
    • Publisher: Stonefly Press
  • 269+ International Fishing Tricks and More!

    By Mr Joseph a. Laydon Jr

    Our Price: $16.97
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781497493490
    • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • 300 Tips to More Salmon & Steelhead

    By Scott Haugen

    Our Price: $29.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781571884091
    • Publisher: Frank Amato Pubns
    • Published: May 2007
    Presents a collection of tips and advice on ways to catch more salmon and steelhead.
  • 49 Trout Streams of New Mexico

    By Raymond C. Shewnack

    Our Price: $19.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780826337184
    • Publisher: Univ of New Mexico Pr
    • Published: September 2006
  • 49 Trout Streams of Southern Colorado

    By W. Chad Mcphail

    Our Price: $19.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780826351371
    • Publisher: Univ of New Mexico Pr
    • Published: April 2013
    Anyone planning a fishing trip to beautiful southern Colorado needs this book to locate the best fly-fishing streams.
  • 50 Great New England Family Fishing Vacations

    By Sheila D. Grant

    Our Price: $16.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780945980933
    • Publisher: North Country Pr
    • Published: May 2011
    Planning the annual family vacation can be stressful – and stress is one thing everyone wants to avoid when on vacation. Finding activities for every gender, age and personality in the clan can be a huge challenge. Add to that the current tough economic climate, and the dreaded “stay-cation” begins to sound like the only viable option. Compromise is the foundation for a successful family vacation. While this book focuses on destinations that offer excellent fishing, it also touches on a wide variety of accommodations, activities and dining options to meet every taste and budget. This is a great “where to” guide for family-friendly lodgings, hiking, historic monuments, museums, golf, horseback riding, amusement parks, hands-on learning opportunities, swimming, wildlife watching and other types of family fun.Families considering a New England vacation can easily avoid arguments and unnecessary expenses. Our nation's east coast is rich with natural wonders to explore at little or no cost. Millions of acres of land have been set aside for public access. Thanks to careful management by New England fisheries biologists, this region offers anglers opportunities for tackle-busting bass, lunker lake trout and some of the last remaining native brook trout waters in the country. Sandy beaches and rugged mountains, saltwater and freshwater fishing are all within driving distance in this region.State parks offer affordable options that range from primitive tent sites to full-service lodges. Most privately-owned campgrounds and resorts offer an array of amenities to accommodate today's discerning traveler. Swimming pools, playgrounds, recreation rooms, free Wi-Fi, organized activities, themed weekends and more will keep the kids entertained. Beginning campers may want to take advantage of on-site RV or tent package rentals to determine how well the family likes the experience before investing in equipment. A family's basic needs include shelter, food and entertainment. If a tent purchase is on the to-do list, purchase the best you can afford. The improved weather-proofing and extra space will greatly enhance any camping experience – especially if a little rain comes your way! A separate screened canopy provides additional weather-proofed, bug-free space for meal preparation, dining and relaxation.Three-season sleeping bags are warm enough unless winter camping is on the agenda. Today's sleeping pads and air mattresses make sleeping in a tent nearly as comfortable as sleeping at home. Always pack extra foot gear, especially for little ones who are inclined to jump into every puddle they encounter. Bring along warm outer clothing for evenings around the campfire and rain gear, in case of a sudden summer storm.A plastic tablecloth provides an easy-to-clean, sanitary surface for food preparation and meals. Cooking gear should include a pot, fry pan, and an old-fashioned percolator for those who must have their java (though most camp stores sell hot coffee). Using one cooler for drinks and a second for perishable items will extend the life of ice and food, because the drink cooler is opened much more frequently. Paper plates are a great time-saver, and can double as fire starters. Remember to pack real flatware, though, which can pull double duty as eating and cooking utensils.If camping just isn't in the cards, New England also features countless family-friendly, affordable lodges, cabins and resorts that offer all the comforts of home. Lodging choices are so versatile that any family can find just the right combination of modern convenience and away-from-it-all ambiance to suit every member.New England's business owners are a shrewd bunch. Pretty much anywhere that a beautiful body of water or a vast tract of public land draws visitors, wise entrepreneurs have created interesting eateries, amusements and other family-fun destinations nearby. That's good news for the fishing family on vacation, because if the kids exhaust all of the amusements within the campground and the fish aren't biting, other options sure to please are just a short drive away.New England is a region rich in natural resources, and historical and cultural resources. Everyone is bound to learn something new exploring here, whether it be where tourmaline comes from or how logs used to be transported in the days before roadways were established. Historical societies, museums and living history exhibits abound throughout the region.Take the kids on their first train ride; explore dinosaur tracks or Native American artifacts; attend community concerts on the village green or live sports events at the local ball field; watch stock car races; learn how to handle deep sea critters. No matter how your family spends those precious vacation moments, you are sure to create some New England memories that will last a lifetime.
  • 50 Years of Piscatorial Prowess in Southeast Florida

    By Jack D. Hopkins

    Our Price: $14.99
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781449578770
    • Publisher: Createspace
    • Published: December 2009
    Jack Hopkins was born in White Plains, New York on October 2, 1923 and is a 63-year resident of Southeast Florida. Starting at 10 years of age, Jack fished the reservoirs and trout streams in southern New York State until he moved permanently to West Palm Beach, Florida after World War II in 1946 and spent the next 50 years fishing the inland waters (namely the Intracoastal Waterway) from Boynton Beach to Big Mud Creek in Fort Pierce. He waded and fished by boat until he finally gave it up in 1997 at the age of 74.He has been written up in the Palm Beach Post on several occasions, as well as in a seven-page article in Florida Sportsman Magazine. Although his numerous trophies, awards, and acknowledgements over the years speak for themselves, this book is his story in his own words taken directly from cassette tapes he recorded for his grandchildren about the big-snook-and-spotted-trout-man, who wishes he could do it all over again.
  • Adirondack Fishing in the 1930s

    By Vincent Engels

    Our Price: $15.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780815602910
    • Publisher: Syracuse Univ Pr
    • Published: September 1994