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Fly Fisher's Guide to Flaming Gorge Tailwater Book

 
Fly Fisher's Guide to Flaming Gorge Tailwater Book
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    Superb guidebook containing a vast range of info, including: Nymph fishing, dry-fly fishing, proper outfitting, float-fishing, hatches, and the most productive fly patterns. Color & B/w photos; 8.5x11 inches, 80 pgs.

    Utah's Green River is a superb guidebook that unlocks the secrets of this great river. Dennis Breer spent over 2,000 days on the Green acquiring the vast range of information shared in this book, including: Nymph fishing, dry-fly fishing, proper outfitting for the Green, float-fishing, hatches, an in-depth, year-round look at the river and its habitat, wading and floating the river, boating regs, river flows, even river-floating etiquette. And, of course, the most productive fly patterns for the Green River.

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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 If you flyfish Utah, get this book, 6.24.2012
    Reviewer: Robert R. (Sandy, UT)

    If you ever have had the pleasure of flyfishing Utah's many waters, and wondered what other nearby streams or lakes might offer you, you need this book. Heck, just get rid of that qualifier. You need this book! After a long absence from the Beehive State, my return some twenty five years later left me nothing less than green and inexperienced, with a completely empty knowledge base to rely on when choosing my various outings in pursuit of the wily, if not generous in size and girth, trout I had played with when I lived here before. A bit before my first trip back to the Weber, though, the fine folks at Fishwest sent a rather timely email with a link to purchase this book. I did, and am I ever glad I had the foresight to do so. Now it is as though I had never left, and I can instantly look up some of the places I knew about before, plus other streams and lakes that have matured those twenty five years. Seriously, it's as if I had not even skipped a beat, and I can hit the water more knowledgeable than even some of its veterans. I'm glad I got this book!