The Angler as Predator (Fly Fishing, the Book Series, Volume Four) (9780985428006): Gary A. Borger, Jason Borger: Books
Tag: The Book Series
Reading Waters (Fly Fishing, the Book Series, Volume Two) [Gary A. Borger] on . *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In this book, Gary Borger defines the characteristics of the fish's three types of lies and shows how to identify them in all waters. Gary then embarks on a tour covering little streams to massive rivers. Along the way
Of all of fly fishing's many opportunities, fishing the film still holds the greatest attraction for the fly rodder in any water type. Fish feeding at the surface film are not necessarily eating "dry flies"; they might be feeding on emergers, nymphs, minnows swimming near the surface, mice or frogs swimming in the film, and other organisms utilizing the uppermost layer of the water. In this book, Gary Borger covers the skills necessary for successfully fishing the film, including an understanding of what fish see when feeding at the surface. There's a thorough look at the food organisms of the film zone and Gary reveals the secret of the Universal Emerger, hatch types, rise forms, and much more. The book contains a host of tactics for fishing the film, including both dead-drift and action-packed presentations. A chapter entitled, "What, When, Where, Why, and How" details the presentation tactics for fishing stream and lake situations. Throughout the book, the "how to" is animated with stories that stretch back over half-a-century of Gary's fly-fishing life. Complementing all of this is a collection of black-and-white illustrations by Jason Borger.
Long Flies- Streamers, Bucktails & Other “Big Fish” Flies (Fly Fishing, the Book Series, Volume Three)
Long Flies- Streamers, Bucktails & Other Big Fish Flies (Fly Fishing, the Book Series, Volume Three) [Gary A. Borger, Jason Borger] on . *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The term long flies is more than just a slightly enigmatic name for a book, it's a topic that has significant relevancy for all fly fishers because fishing long flies holds the greatest opportunity for the fly rodder to take big fish in any water type. Big fish target the food sources that provide the greatest amount of energy; these are the long fly organisms such as minnows