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Old 02-17-2011, 08:42 PM
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Old 02-18-2011, 09:17 AM
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Dave Whitlock's Trout and Their Food is very good
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Gary Borger's book Presentation. As good as it gets.

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I have an original print of Izaac Walton's " The Complete Angler". It is the most cherished in my collection-yet, probably not what you're looking for.
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Default Re: The most informative book on fly fishing for trout!

Prospecting For Trout by Tom Rosenbauer is the book I would choose!
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+1 for Gary Borger's book Presentation!
If your interested in stillwater, the BEST book I have read is Denny Rickards book, "Stillwater Presentation". www.flyfishstillwaters.com - Fly Fish Stillwaters

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Easily,
the 1832 page, two volume Trout by Ernest Schwiebert,


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Default Re: The most informative book on fly fishing for trout!

Another +1 for Gary Borger's book Presentation!

Gary is also coming out with the new Book Series the first of which is "Fishing the Film." If you want what I expect will be possibly the most informative books every written I strongly suggest these books...the only place I believe you can purchase it is through the following link http://www.atlasbooks.com/marktplc/03079.htm
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I just don't think there's one. There are many.
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I don't think so. nope, not gonna happen.
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