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Old 01-11-2009, 04:54 AM
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Thank you, I will check out the above books and dvds. Everyone on this site is very helpful.
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Hi friends,

I am Joseph. There are many books available that provide information
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Fly Rod Trouting was mentioned as a good book for small stream trout fishing. written by Ed Shenk, published by Stackpole. I'm not sure if it currently in print as I haven't started to look for it yet. This number was posted with it. I assume it's a publisher's number? 1SBN 0-8117-0553-6
It is indeed a great book, but more a collection of insightful fishing stories from his vast experience fishing in Central PA than a pure technique book. Nothing wrong with that/it, just wanted to point that out.

The best Trout technique book I know of is written by Ed's friend Joe Humphreys and called Trout Tactics.

And to address the first question, yes there are MANY books out on the topic. Hell, I know of three publising companies based around the sport. (Stackpole, Lyons, and Frank Amato- listed in order of personal preference)
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Think I saw trout tactics at barnes and nobles. Thank you
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