Published Nov 12. 2009 - 9 years ago
Updated or edited Oct 29. 2016

Fly Fisherman's Guide to Saltwater Prey

Stackpole Books
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How to Match Coastal Prey Fish and Invertebrates with the Fly Patterns That Imitate Them
Aaron J. Adams
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If you are into fly fishing saltwater and like to tie your own flies, this is a book worth considering. Running through a number of groups and species of widespread prey, Aaron Adams covers warm water predators and prey and shows all species and patterns in hundreds of color photos.

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