The definitive guide from the renowned fly-fishing masterA handsome new illustrated edition of the classic by Art Flick, the man who gave American fly fishers their first useable, portable text for "matching the hatch" at streamside. Still a classic for anglers old and new, the Streamside Guide is the highly readable handbook to the major mayfly species of the eastern seaboard, providing step-by-step instructions for identifying these insects and selecting the proper flies. Flick's masterful text is a key to his beloved Catskills rivers, the epicenter of American fly fishing. With a new foreword, this classic work has new photos throughout, in black and white with a full-color insert.
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(178mm x 127mm x 11mm)
The Lyons Press
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
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Author Biography - Art Flick
Art Flick, has long been nationally recognized as a superb fly fisherman and entomologist, a meticulous and innovative fly-tyer, and a devoted conservationalist. Lauded by other great fly-fishing authors of the late 20th century, including Vincent Mariano, Ernest Schwiebert, and Nick Lyons, Flick's book was a hit among anglers when it first appeared in 1947, and provided a model for fly-fishing entomology texts for years to come. Flick put the tools for successful Catskills fly fishing in the hands of thousands of anglers.