M Hofferber Books



Joe Brooks on Fishing
edited by Don Sedgwick 
 
Joe Brooks was a fishing pioneer, and this compendium of his dispatches spans the history of modern fly fishing. At his peak, he logged 75,000 miles a year in Central and South America, from Mexico to Tierra del Fuego, where he was one of the first to fish for bonefish with a fly. He cast for tiger fish in Africa, and angled the atolls of the South Pacific and the lakes of New Zealand. 

Included in this volume are such classic selections as:

The Trout We Fish For 
Dry Fly Fishing for Trout
Fishing the Wet Fly 
Nymph Fishing
Fishing Streamers and Bucktails for Trout
Landing Bass on the Fly
Boca Fever
Add a Little Salt
Northern Lights Fish
Inshore Saltwater Fishing
Chumming and Offshore Fly Fishing
Those Freedom-Loving Sickletails



Joe Brooks on Fishing
Joe Brooks on Fishing
edited by Don Sedgwick 
The Lyons Press, 2004
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