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Flyrodding Florida Salt, Revised Edition epub ebook

by John Kumiski

Flyrodding Florida Salt, Revised Edition epub ebook

Author: John Kumiski
Category: Hunting & Fishing
Language: English
Publisher: Argonaut Publishing Company; Rev. edition (June 2005)
Pages: 240 pages
ISBN: 0963511858
ISBN13: 978-0963511850
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 691
Other formats: doc azw docx lit


Flyrodding Florida Salt contains complete information about fly fishing in Florida's saltwater. The Florida coastline is more than 2000 miles long. No single book could possibly cover every inch of it.

Flyrodding Florida Salt contains complete information about fly fishing in Florida's saltwater. I want anyone to be able to visit any area in Florida with or without a boat, fly tackle in hand, and find an hour, a day, a week, or a lifetime of quality fishing. Good luck fly fishing in Florida's great saltwaters!

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What other fly fishers are saying about this book: "Flyrodding Florida Salt is a book that every fly fisherman who enjoys the waters of Florida should own- and study.

John A. Kumiski ARGONAUT PUB C. Nov 2004 Softcover ISBN: 635118-5-8. How & Where to Catch Saltwater Fish on Flies in the Sunshine State, newly & completely revised & updated. What other fly fishers are saying about this book: "Flyrodding Florida Salt is a book that every fly fisherman who enjoys the waters of Florida should own- and study.

This book is your constant reference on how, when, and where to fish along Florida's Space Coast. Whether you have fished here all your life, are an experienced angler fishing here for the first time, or are just getting involved in fishing, you will refer to this guidebook again and again for the information you need to be more successful. Dear Reader, You picked up this book because you need information about fishing along Florida's Space Coast: what tackle to use, how to rig that tackle, what lures and baits are effective. You need to know what techniques work, and which ones do not.

John Kumiski is a fly and light tackle fishing guide, as well as an award winning free-lance writer, photographer, and author. His books include Redfish on the Fly, Flyrodding Florida Salt, Fishing Florida’s Space Coast, and other similar titles. His writing specializes in fly and light tackle saltwater and freshwater fishing, paddle sports, and camping.

Do you want to consistently catch redfish with a fly rod? This book is just what you need! In its four all-inclusive sections, Redfish on the Fly will easily teach you how to catch more redfish by sharing these secrets with you: -how to understand the fish-how tides affect the fish -how to find and see the fish-what tackle to use and how to use it -how to present the fly-tactics for wade and boat fishing -what. John Kumiski has been guiding redfish fishermen for over 20 years and touches every page of this book with his wealth of knowledge and experience.

Flyrodding Florida Salt contains complete information about fly fishing in Florida's saltwater. It tells what tackle to use, and how to rig that tackle. It tells what techniques work, and which ones do not. It tells fly patterns that are effective, and how to tie them. It tells where to go to find Florida's great saltwater gamefish.
Reviews (2)
Lemana
I have used this book for many years so save time finding good wade fishing spots in Florida. In general it's worth the price. The pictures in my copy from five or six years ago were terrible. Really bad copies of a map from somewhere. Some of the places were way off the mark, such as a place near Tampa that was a fast flowing river with cement walls that was unfishable. Other places like the shore around Anna Maria Island was once full of turtle grass is now bare sand. Maybe the book is updated in this version. I do still use the book as a reference when going somewhere new in Florida and would still recommend it.

Kagaramar
This book is an excellent reference for anyone looking to find out more about fly fishing in Florida's salt water. The layout makes it easy to find the type of fishing opportunities you are looking for (wading, paddling, power boat). The author did his homework putting this together including interviewing guides and other fisherman that know specific areas better than he does.

I would highly recommend this book to any fly fisher interested in fishing Florida's coast. Bait and lure fisherman would benefit as well.

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