Beyond Trout: A Flyfishing Guide by Barry Reynolds

By Barry Reynolds

Carrying on with their quest to unfastened flyfishers from the trout-only habit, "Pike at the Fly" authors Barry Reynolds and John Berryman lead a travel throughout the again alleys of flyfishing looking for every thing from the typical bluegill to the not-so-common white amur. They motivate you to go away overcrowded trout streams and as a substitute fish warmwater rivers, municipal reservoirs, and farm ponds. greater than something, Barry and John wish you to flyfish extra usually and toward domestic.

The supposedly unapproachable walleye falls to Barry’s flyfishing abilities, and he supplies a methodical method of catching largemouth and smallmouth bass, lengthy a favourite of flyfishers. with no apology, Barry and John can even let you know find out how to trap the most important fish you could locate in neighborhood water—the universal carp. shrewdpermanent, spooky, and powerful, carp are neglected by means of each person other than those that have already stuck them.

There are fish to be stuck at the fly at any place you reside, and "Beyond Trout" will take you to the waters on your personal yard and educate you the way to trap the fish that swim there.

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The end result of turnover is an equalization of water temperatures and oxygen levels throughout the lake, destroying existing stratification and usually causing fish to scatter until the lake stratifies again. If you don't understand turnover, there will be at least two times in the year when everything you know about fishing in lakes will be thrown out of kilter. Fish won't be concentrated in the areas you're used to fishing, since the limitations of water temperature no longer restrict their movement.

And third, I've been sneaky. To make very sure that you don't rely too heavily on the information presented here (as opposed to assembling your own), I've deliberately used fairly large temperature ranges throughout the book. Local conditions and the likes and dislikes of individual fish make any information in any book a general guide, not a message from on-high! Now let's take a look at our first beyond-trout species, the ubiquitous sunfish. Page 17 TWO SUNFISH Many years ago, on farm ponds and lakes within bicycle-range of my home in Texas, I cut my flyfishing teeth on sunfish.

Fishing in the nesting areas may taper off for a time (and that's when you should check out the staging areas), only to rebound when a new crop of fish are ripe. During the spawn, catching bluegills (and the males in particular) will not be a problem. Everything that intrudes on the nesting area is attacked. This includes large fish like bass, and as I remember from my childhood, even the bare legs of a skinny, wading, twelve-year-old flyfishing wannabe. There is another thing to remember at this time of the year.

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