Fly Fishing Books
The Delaware River Story by Lee Hartman
The Delaware River is the longest free flowing river east of the Mississippi. It's waters provide clean drinking water for millions and a unique tailwater fishery abundant with wild rainbow and brown trout. The importance and magic this river provides is beautifully articulated in this book, "The Delaware River Story" by Lee Hartman.
Flyfisher's Guide to New Jersey
A comprehesive book to the waters of NJ for fly fishers. Covering coldwater, warmwater and saltwater, this book has it all from trout and bass to stripers and false albacore!
Keystone Fly Fishing
Keystone Fly Fishing covers the fly fishing found in Pennsylvania which has 86,000 miles of rivers and streams. One of the most diverse fly fishing states in the nation, Pennsylvania offers so much for the angler. In this book, learn about the waters trout, bass, carp, musky and other species thrive.
Fly Fishing Guide to the Upper Delaware - Book
Dynamic Nymphing: Tactics, Techniques and Flies from Around the World by George Daniel
• Advanced tight line nymphing tactics, including Czech, Polish, French, Spanish, and American techniques
• Rigging and fishing dry and droppers, curly Qs, and conventional indicators
• Fishing the extremes: shallow water, cold weather, high water, wind
• Casting and technique sequences that include tuck cast, bow and arrow cast, as well as elevating and leading when tight line nymphing
• 62 nymph patterns