Steelheader's Journal, by John Nagy
The Steelheader's Journal is designed to help steelheaders efficiently record information related to his or her tributary steelhead fly fishing trips. The Steelheader's Journal contains a total of 171 journal/log entry forms. Each form consists of two pages allowing steelheaders to enter detailed information in 27 categories for each tributary fished. Some of the categories include: weather, water temperature, flow, catches, technique, tackle, flies, rigging and access points.
Fly Tying Made Easy For Beginners by Randall Kaufmann
Fly Tying Made Easy For Beginners, by Randall Kaufmann, features explicit detail on simple and efficient tying methods. Constructing a perfect fly quickly is the name of the game, and this is what Randall shows you in explicit detail in this book. Fly Tying Made Easy For Beginners is guaranteed to help beginning or struggling tyers with helpful tips and techniques. Even more advanced tyers are sure to find helpful information in this book, whether it be in the techniques section or in the patter...
Great Lakes Steelhead, Salmon and Trout by Karl Weixlmann
Great Lakes Steelhead, Salmon and Trout by Karl Weixlmann, provides a thorough collection of information, tips and techniques for any angler chasing the elusive salmonoid species of the Great Lakes. Karl's vast knowledge of steelhead, salmon and trout is based on over 20 years of fly fishing the Great Lakes tributaries along with over 10 years of guiding experience. features a softbound cover and is 192 pages long. The book includes 220 beautiful color photos and 20 b&w illustrations.