Crappie Fly Fishing:
A Seasonal Approach
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Authors: Terry & Roxanne Wilson
Crappie are the Rodney Dangerfields of freshwater fish. No respect, especially from fly-fishermen. But the Wilsons’ 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 Inches, 96 Pages, All-Color
Published January 2013
"Common doesn't make them any less exciting to catch. Crappie Fly-Fishing: A Seasonal Approach is a guide to catching the most of this common yet delectable fish for those who believe there is something to quantity of the catch as well as the quality. With tips on how to get the most crappie as well as the pitfalls to avoid when trying to make the most out of one's fishing habits, Crappie Fly-Fishing is a strong addition to fishing and outdoorsman collections, not to be missed.__Wisconsin Bookwatch, www.midwestbookreview.com, March 2013
For more information about the author go to Terry Wilson on "Ask About Fly Fishing.com Internet Radio." Don't forget to click on the interview recording!