CRAPPIE FLY FISHING A SEASONAL APPROACH by Terry & Roxanne Wilson
Crappie are the Rodney Dangerfields of freshwater fish.
No respect, especially from fly-fishermen. But the Wilson's latest book is about to change all that. Despite their name, there are a lot of good things about crappie: they can be found across the U.S.; they're abundant; crappie are voracious, competitive feeders, they're strong fighters on light tackle; and they taste delicious. In their usual concise and highly entertaining style, the Wilsons explore, year-round by season, the fish, its behaviors and habitats; the most effective equipment; when, where, how to find and catch them; best flies and fly styles, including fly-tying steps; and more. Crappie myths are debunked. Exciting and productive crappie fishing is available year-round, so get out there and enjoy it!
6 x 9, 96 pages, all-color
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