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Bibliography of fly fishing (species related)

Speckled Brook Trout-Louis Rhead, 1902

This annotated bibliography is intended to list both notable and not so notable works of English language, non-fiction and fiction related to the sport of fly fishing listed by year published. Although 100% of any book listed is not necessarily devoted to fly fishing, all these titles have significant fly fishing content. Included in this bibliography is a list of species related fly fishing literature.

Contents

  • Annotations 1
  • Fly fishing for trout 2
  • Fly fishing for salmon, steelhead, and seatrout 3
  • Fly fishing for bass 4
  • Fly fishing for panfish 5
  • Fly fishing for rough and other species 6
  • Stillwater fly fishing 7
  • Saltwater fly fishing 8
  • See also 9
  • Notes 10

Annotations

Annotations may reflect descriptive comments from the book's dust jacket, third party reviews or personal, descriptive and qualitative comments by individuals who have read the book. Some older works have links to online versions in the Internet Archive or Google Books.

Fly fishing for trout

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  • Drake, Grey (1860). A Concise Practical Treatise on Artificial Fly Fishing For Trout. London: G. Berger. 
  • Halford, F. M. (1888). Dry Fly Fishing-In Theory and Practice. London: Ballantine Press. 
  • Cutcliffe, H. C. (1889). The Art of Trout Fishing on Rapid Streams. London: Sampson, Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington. 
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  • Riddell, J. A. (1909). All About Trout Fishing. London: The Walter Scott Publishing Co. 
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  • Gill, Emlyn M. (1912). Practical Dry Fly Fishing. New York: Charles Scribners & Sons. 
  • Camp, Samuel G. (1913). Fishing with Floating Flies. New York: Outing Publishing Company. 
  • La Branche, George M. L. (1914). The Dry Fly and Fast Water. New York: Charles Scribner's and Sons. , The Dry Fly and Fast Water is one of the classic works on American fly fishing. In it La Branche, a contemporary of Theodore Gordon, helped established a unique early 20th Century American approach to dry fly fishing distinctly evolved from the long-standing theories of the British angler Halford.[3][4]
  • Southard, Charles Zibeon (1914). Trout Fly-fishing in America. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co. 
  • Bradford, Charles (1916). The Determined Angler and the Brook Trout. New York: G. P. Putnam & Sons. 
  •  , Skues was the greatest early twentieth-century authority on nymph fishing for trout.[5][6][7]
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  • Bridgett, Robert C. (1922). Dry Fly Fishing. London: Robert Jenkins Limited. 
  • Dunne, J. W. (1924). Sunshine and the Dry Fly. London: Adam & Charles Black, Ltd. 
  • Southard, Charles Zibeon (1928). The Evolution of Trout and Trout Fishing in America. New York: E.P. Dutton and Company. 
  • Southard, Charles Zibeon (1931). A Treatise on Trout for the Progressive Angler. New York: E.P. Dutton and Company. 
  • Harding, Col E. W. (1931). The Flyfisher & the Trout's Point of View: New Light on Flyfishing Theory & Practice. London: Seeley Service & Company, Ltd. 
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  • Connett, Eugene V. III (1940). Any Luck? - Trout Fishing. New York: Garden City Publishing Inc. 
  • Marinaro, Vincent C. (1950). A Modern Dry Fly Code. New York: G. P. Putnam Sons.  , One of the most important angling books of the 20th Century A Modern Dry Fly Code, Marinaro revolutionized American trout fishing with his experiences on the Pennsylvania spring creeks in the 1940s and 50s.[9]
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  • Bergman, Ray (1952). Trout. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. , Ray Bergman, one of the great angling writers of the 20th Century[11]—The Dr. Spock of American fly fishing in the mid-20th century—was a former editor of Outdoor Life magazine.
  • Everett, Fred (1952). Fun With Trout. Harrisburg, PA: The Telegraph Press. 
  • Walker, C.F. (1956). Angling Letters of G.E.M. Skues. London: Adam and Charles Black. 
  • Quick, Jim (1957). Trout Fishing and Trout Flies. South Brunswick, NJ: A. S. Barnes. , An easy reading, contemporary (post WW II) review of the various species of trout, how to fish for them and the various types of flies to use. Contains a dictionary of 'Productive Patterns' with pattern recipes and nice color plates.
  • Hidy, Vernon S. (1960). Sports Illustrated Book of Wet-Fly Fishing. Time Inc. 
  • Quick, James (1960). Fishing The Nymph. New York: Ronald Press. 
  • Fox, Charles K. (1963). This Wonderful World of Trout. Carlisle, PA: Foxcrest. , Fox, who Arnold Gingrich calls the Chaucer of the Le Tort, was one the Pennsyvannia spring creek anglers who pioneered terrestrial fishing with small flies on spring creeks. Gingrich believed This Wonderful World of Trout deserved a permanent place in every fly fishers library.[13]
  • Flick, Arthur B. (1967). The New Streamside Guide to Naturals and their Imitations. New York: Crown Publishers Inc. , Describes the flies and nymphs significant in trout fishing, and explains the procedures for constructing imitations[14]
  • Brooks, Charles E. (1970). Larger Trout for the Western Fly Fisherman. New York: A. S. Barnes and Co.  
  • Brooks, Joe (1972). Trout Fishing. New York: Harper & Row. , Considered the most popular, all-around fly fishing book in the late 20th Century by Paul Schullery in American Fly Fishing-A History[15]
  • Wright, Leonard M. Jr. (1972). Fishing the Dry Fly As A Living Insect-An Unorthodox Method. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc.  
  • Heacox, Cecil E. (1974). The Complete Brown Trout. New York: Winchester Press.  , the first comprehensive, in-depth study of the Brown Trout, Salmo Trutta: its origin, distribution, anatomy, life history, diet; the methods used to manage and proprogate it; and the tactics and tackle that have been developed to fish for it.
  • Brooks, Charles E. (1974). The Trout and The Stream. New York: Crown Publishers. , focused on Western Trout fishing, The Trout and The Stream help popularize large and heavy stonefly nymph fishing in the West[17]
  • Fox, Charles K. (1976). Rising Trout. New York: Hawthorn Books.  , A compilation of the observations, discoveries, and informed opinions of a man who knows trout. Discusses the literature, ecology and techniques of trout fishing. The author refers mainly to New England limestone rivers, and the LeTort in particular.[18]
  • Brooks, Charles E. (1976). Nymph Fishing For Larger Trout. New York: Crown Publishers.  
  • Ovington, Ray (1977). The Trout and The Fly. New York: Hawthorn Books Inc.  , This is Ovington's seventh book on trout and fly fishing. He concentrates on the development of both the skills and the instinctive know-how necessary to fully appreciate the fine art of taking trout on flies.
  • Lee, Art (1982). Fishing Dry Flies for Trout on Rivers and Streams. New York: Atheneum Publishers Inc.  , Contains four Color Plates of dry flies
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  • Gierach, John (1989). Fly Fishing Small Streams. Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole Books.  , Tips and techniques written in John Gierach's passionate and notable style.[20]
  • Engle, Ed (1991). Fly Fishing The Tailwaters. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books.  
  • Meck, Charles R. (1991). Fishing Small Stream with a Fly Rod. Woodstock, VT: The Countryman Press.  
  • Hughes, Dave (2002). Taking Trout-Good, Solid, Practical Advice for Fly Fishing Streams and Stillwaters. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books.  
  • Johnson, Les (2004). Fly-Fishing Coastal Cutthroat Trout: Flies, Techniques, Conservation. Portland, OR: Frank Amato Publishers.  
  • Kustich, Jerry (2005). A Wisp In The Wind-In Search of Bull Trout, Bamboo, and Beyond. Grand Island, NY: West River Publishing.  , This book provides a well written, insiders look into the techniques, equipment and personalities employed in manufacture of R. L. Winston Bamboo Fly Rods by Jerry and the crew at the Twin Bridges, MT factory. His stories do a nice job of revealing the whole karma around fishing for trout with Bamboo. Jerry also provides some interesting cultural and environmental insights about the rivers in Twin Bridges and Western Montana in general.[21]
  • Engle, Ed (2005). Fishing Small Flies. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books.  
  • Schullery, Paul (2006). The Rise-Streamside Observations on Trout, Flies and Fly Fishing. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books.  

Fly fishing for salmon, steelhead, and seatrout

  •  , Entertaining anecdotes abound, and useful information relating to making flies and the fine art of salmon fishing is masterfully recounted.[22]
  • Alexander, Sir Hames Edwards, Colonel (1860). Salmon Fishing in Canada. London: Longman, Green, Longman & Roberts. 
  • Younger, John (1864). River Angling for Salmon and Trout. Edinburgh, Scotland: William Blackwood & Sons. 
  • Peard, W. MD (1867). A Year of Liberty; or Salmon Angling in Ireland. London: Horace Cox. 
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  • Hamilton, Edward MD (1895). Recollections of Fly-Fishing Salmon, Trout, & Grayling. New York: Orange Judd Company. 
  • Sage, Dean; Townsend, C. H.; Harris, William C.; Smith, H. M. (1904). Salmon and Trout. New York: MacMillan Company. 
  • Hardy, John James (1907). Salmon Fishing. London: Country Life. 
  • Claytor, A. H. (1910). Letters to a Salmon Fisher's Son. Boston: Houghton Miflin. 
  • Hodgson, William Earl (1920). Salmon Fishing. London: A. C. Black Ltd. 
  • Hewitt, Edward Ringwood (1922). Secrets of the Salmon. New York: Charles Scribner's Son. 
  • Griswold, F. Gray (1926). Fish Facts and Fancies. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 
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  • Bates, Joseph D. (1970). Atlantic Salmon Flies and Fishing. Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole Books.  , A comprehensive look at all aspects of Atlantic Salmon fishing and dressing Atlantic Salmon flies. Eight color plates of Flies.[23]
  • Bates, Joseph D. Jr., ed. (1975). The Atlantic salmon treasury:an anthology of selections from the first quarter-century of the Atlantic salmon journal. Montreal: Atlantic Salmon Association. 
  • Streamers and bucktails, the big-fish flies. New York: Knopf. 1979.  
  • Combs, Trey (1976). Steelhead Fly Fishing and Flies. Portland, Oregon: Frank Amato.  , Steelhead Fly Fishing and Flies recounts the early history of Steelhead fishing and the variety of flies used. Full of color plates and B&W photos of many of the early Steelhead fly tyers such as Roderick Haig-Brown and Enos Bradner.[24]
  • Combs, Trey (1991). Steelhead Fly Fishing. New York: Lyons and Burford Publishers.  
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  • Bates, Joseph D. Jr. (1996). Fishing Atlantic Salmon. Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole Books.  

Fly fishing for bass

  • Henshall, James A. MD (1881). Book of the Black Bass-Angling and Fly Fishing. Cincinnati: Robert Clark & Co. , The seminal work describing the Black Basses (Sunfish) of N. America as well as all the various techniques used to catch them.[25][26]
  • Bradford, Charles Barker (1888). Black Bass-Where to catch them in quantity within an hour's ride of New York. New York: W. P. Pond. 
  • Henshall, James A. MD (1889). More About the Black Bass. Cincinnati: Robert Clark & Co. 
  • Jones, Sheridan R. (1924). Black Bass & Bass-Craft: The Life and Habits of the Two Bass and Successful Angling Strategy. New York: MacMillan. , This is one of those dated, but well-written books on bass fishing that every serious recreational bass angler ought to read. This well illustrated (photos) book provides useful information on fishing for both large and smallmouth bass, especially in rivers and streams.
  • Ripley, Ozark (1924). Bass and Bass Fishing. Cincinnati: Sportsman Digest Publishing Co. 
  • Bergman, Ray (1942). Fresh-water Bass. New York: William Penn Publishing Co. 
  • Brooks, Joe (1947). Bass Bug Fishing. South Brunswick, NJ: A. S. Barnes. 
  • Knight, John Alden (1949). Black Bass. New York: G. P. Putnam and Sons. , Contains beautiful color plates of bass poppers and flies as well as interesting bass fishing photos.
  • Kesting, Ted (1962). Bass Fishing - Sports Afield Library. New York: Thomas Nelson & Sons. 
  • Ovington, Ray (1983). Tactics on Bass--How to Wade, Cast, and Fish Out Each of 23 Different Kinds of Bass Areas. New York: Charles Scribner's & Sons.  , This book focuses on mainly fly fishing techniques for bass encountered in all types of waters.
  • Murray, Harry (1989). Fly Fishing For Smallmouth Bass. New York: Lyons and Burford Publishers.  
  • Waterman, Charles F. (1993). Black Bass and the Fly Rod. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books.  

Fly fishing for panfish

  • Rice, F. Philip (1984). Panfishing. New York: Stackpole Books.  
  • Malo, John (1981). Fly-Fishing for Panfish. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Dillon Press Inc.  
  • Rice, F. Philip (1964). America's Favorite Fishing-A Complete Guide to Angling for Panfish. New York: Harper Row. 
  • Ellis, Jack (1993). The Sunfishes-A Fly Fishing Journey of Discovery. Bennington, VT: Abenaki Publishers, Inc.  , In The Sunfishes Jack Ellis transcends the cavalier attitude with which many anglers approach sunfish. This is not a book about tossing a yellow popping bug or gaudy wet fly into a school of hungry, gullible bluegills in a suburban pond. The Sunfishes is written with the same thoughtfulness, zeal, and respect as are most trout-fishing books.
  •  , Small Fry: The Lure of the Little is a literary study of small fish and small waters, a survey of fly fishing literature, and a personal memoir contrasting youthful fishing stories with contemporary angling adventures. The author’s search for small fry on the fly takes him to places as remote as the small streams in the Appalachian Mountains and as urban as the ponds in Manhattan’s Central Park. Laced with the humor and the poetry of experience, Small Fry reveals why “the lure of the little” is a passion worth catching.

Fly fishing for rough and other species

  • Gooch, Bob (1970). The Weedy World of Pickerels. New Jersey: A. S. Barnes and Co.  
  • Pfeiffer, C. Boyd (1975). Shad Fishing. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc.  , Everything you ever want to know about Shad and shad fishing techniques. Contains several chapters on fly fishing for shad and the flies to use.[28]
  • Reynolds, Barry; Berryman, John (1993). Pike on the Fly-The Fly Fishing Guide To Northerns, Tigers, and Muskies. Boulder, CO: Johnson Printing Company.  , This book takes a seasonal approach to address everything you need to know to catch northerns, tigers and muskies on a fly.[9]

Stillwater fly fishing

  • Goddard, John (1969). Trout Flies of Stillwater. London: Adams and Charles Black. , The Natural Fly, its Matching Artificial and Fishing Technique. A book which deals with the more common flies found in stillwater, on many English lakes, lochs and reservoirs, and provides extensive information on fishing methods, and the various techniques required to fish the many hundreds of artificial patterns listed.
  • Cordes, Ron; Kaufmann, Randall (1984). Lake Fishing With A Fly. Portland, OR: Frank Amato Publications.  , a comprehensive guide to fly fishing on lakes, particularly for trout. With color plates and an extensive bibliography. One of the most important American books on the subject of stillwater fly fishing[29]
  • Headley, Stan (2005). The Loch Fisher's Bible. London: Robert Hale.  

Saltwater fly fishing

  • Sand, George X. (1969). Saltwater Fly Fishing. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. , Sand's Saltwater Fly Fishing is the first really comprehensive treatment of the application of fly-fishing techniques to saltwater species in both cold and warm waters.
  • Kreh, Lefty (1974). Fly Fishing in Saltwater. New York: Crown Publishers Inc. 
  • Mitchell, Ed (1995). Fly Rodding The Coast. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books.  , this illustrated guide to saltwater fly fishing includes everything the angler need to know to be successful in the salt. Includes where to find the best places to fish in New England.
  • Swisher, Doug; Richards, Carl (1995). Backcountry Fly Fishing in Saltwater. New York: Lyons & Burford Publishers.  
  • Beck, Cathy; Beck, Barry (1999). Fly Fishing The Flats. Mechanicsburg: Stackpole Books. 
  • Zeigler, Norm (2007). Snook on a Fly: Tackle, Tactics, and Tips for Catching the Great Saltwater Gamefish. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books.  

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Nemes, Sylvester. Two centuries of soft-hackled flies-A survey of literature complete with original patterns. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole. 
  2. ^ Robb, James (1945). Notable Angling Literature. London: Herbert Jenkins Ltd. p. 169. 
  3. ^ Schullery, Paul (1996). American Fly Fishing-A History. Norwalk, CT: The Easton Press. pp. 110, 119–20. 
  4. ^ McDonald, John (1972). Quill Gordon. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. p. 44.  
  5. ^ Law, Glenn, Halford and Skues, This Chalkstream Ain't Big Enough for the Both of Us, [1]
  6. ^ Gingrich, Arnold (1974). The Fishing In Print-A Guided Tour Through Five Centuries of Angling Literature. New York: Winchester Press. pp. 224–241.  
  7. ^ The Flyfishers Classic Library
  8. ^ Herd, Dr. Andrew Herd, A Fly Fishing History
  9. ^ a b Book and Video Reviews, Fly Anglers Online
  10. ^ Herd, Dr. Andrew Herd, Fly Fishing History
  11. ^ Ferguson, Stephan (1979). "The Gentleman's Recreation: Sporting Books in the Princeton University Library". The Princeton University Library Chronicle XL (Spring): 270. 
  12. ^ Gingrich, Arnold (1973). The Joys of Trout. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc. pp. 89–90.  
  13. ^ Gingrich, Arnold (1974). The Fishing In Print-A Guided Tour Through Five Centuries of Angling Literature. New York: Winchester Press. p. 315. 
  14. ^ Google Book Search
  15. ^ Schullery, Paul (1996). American Fly Fishing-A History. Norwalk, CT: The Easton Press. pp. 223–24. 
  16. ^ Saxon, Wolfgang (September 6, 2001). "Leonard Wright Jr., 78, Writer Who Dared to Change Fishing". New York Times. Retrieved 2008-04-11. 
  17. ^ Schullery, Paul (1996). American Fly Fishing-A History. Norwalk, CT: The Easton Press. p. 219. 
  18. ^ Gingrich, Arnold (1974). The Fishing In Print-A Guided Tour Through Five Centuries of Angling Literature. New York: Winchester Press. pp. 315–16.  
  19. ^ Schullery, Paul (1996). American Fly Fishing-A History. Norwalk, CT: The Easton Press. p. 218. 
  20. ^ Crietz, Bill, Casting Times, Volume 1, Issue 3, Nov-Dec 2006, page 2
  21. ^ Vang, Paul F. Fly Anglers Online Book Reviews
  22. ^ Gingrich, Arnold (1974). The Fishing In Print-A Guided Tour Through Five Centuries of Angling Literature. New York: Winchester Press. pp. 115–149.  
  23. ^ Gingrich, Arnold (1974). The Fishing In Print-A Guided Tour Through Five Centuries of Angling Literature. New York: Winchester Press. p. 312.  
  24. ^ Veverka, Bob; Radencich, Michael (2004). Spey Flies and How to Tie Them. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books. p. 32.  
  25. ^ Tapply, William G., From Bobs to Bugs-A Little History
  26. ^ Gingrich, Arnold (1974). The Fishing In Print-A Guided Tour Through Five Centuries of Angling Literature. New York: Winchester Press. p. 218.  
  27. ^ Murray, Harry (1989). Fly Fishing For Smallmouth Bass. New York: Lyons and Burford Publishers. pp. preface.  
  28. ^ Serviente, Barry (1996). Angler's Art Catalog. Plainfield, PA: The Anglers Art. p. 47. 
  29. ^ Schullery, Paul (1996). American Fly Fishing-A History. Norwalk, CT: The Easton Press. p. 221. 
  30. ^ Law, Glenn (1995). A Concise History of Fly Fishing. Birmingham, Alabama: Odysseus Editions. p. 132. 
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