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The title of Dan Blanton's new book "Fly Fishing California's Great Waters" indicates it might be interesting to a limited audience. Limiting the scope of a book to one US state might seem like a very tight limit. But when that state is California things change dramatically.
Read why in in this review
Rule no. 1
The bottom is a main factor in the ocean We have no trees, no meandering, no overhanging banks (almost none at least). The water covers it all and above that... the sky.
Rule no. 2
: The bottom is like the beach This is not always true, but generally the beach can be used to judge the bottom below the surface.
Rule no. 3
: Fish are where they feel good That is where one or several factors are present: food, shelter, optimum water conditions, other fish ...and more.
What then? How to get on...
A lot of water
: Once you have found a place where all these things come together, you still have a lot of water to cover. Luckily you can spot the places that will hold fish on an even smaller scale.
: A project such as this excellent book is often referred to as a soup stone project. This refers to the fact that it's built from scratch by contributions from many people.
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