Kayak fishing is one of the fastest growing segments in the sport of fly fishing. In addition to getting you away from the bank and to unpressured water, they are stealthy, easily transported and stored, and modern boats offer a plethora of options for fresh-and saltwater anglers. This complete guide to fly fishing from a kayak thoroughly covers techniques, tackle, choosing the right boat and how to rig it, and strategies.
Fishing pros featured include Pat Cohen (upstate New York), Chris LeMessurier (Michigan), Juan Veruete (Pennsylvania), Drew Haerer, Brian Cadoret (Vermont), Casey Brunning (Louisiana), Conway Bowman (California)
About the Author
Ben Duchesney writes for Kayak Angler, Field and Stream, American Angler, and other publications including Bassin’ Magazine and The Fly Fish Journal. He is the marketing manager for PostFlyBox, a company that sells flies direct to consumers on a subscription basis. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
- Book Specifications
Sub Heading No ISBN 9780811717687 Author Ben Duchesney Binding Paperback Extent 224pp, 184 x 228mm Illustrations 100 photographs Ebook No
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