Wednesday 11th November, 2009
Well, we're heading fast into winter here in the northern hemisphere - a time when many folks aren't able to get out fishing as much as they would like because of weather, darkness or whatever. Some have other winter hobbies. Some work on filling the fly boxes again. Some like to read about fishing.
With that last one in mind, and because I'm short on time this week, here are a few good books that might make winter seem a bit shorter. Most of these are ones I can see from where I'm sitting right now.
The Habit of River, by Ted Leeson
A River Never Sleeps, by Roderick Haig-Brown
Yellowstone Fishes, by John Varley and Paul Schullery
Fly Fishing for Great Lakes Steelhead (An Advanced Look at an Emerging Fishery), by Rick and Jerry Kustich
Trout and Salmon of North America, by Robert Behnke
Presentation, by Gary Borger
The River Why, by David James Duncan
A River Runs Through It (yeah, the book is maybe even better than the movie), by Norman Maclean
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