The thing is, even the best new spots take figuring out. Each one fishes differently and has its own secrets. I’m usually on a stream several days before I feel like I really understand it.
Why this guide?
Insects vary between even adjacent watersheds so local fly patterns and fishing methods evolve and adapt. Good information is scattered – road maps, books, fly shops, topo maps, online fishing reports, more. Once there…will you really find the best spots – or just where the crowds go? How many hours do you spend scouting instead of fishing?
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About the Author
An avid flyfisher for 40 years, Mark Velicer has lived and flyfished in Washington, Michigan, California, Pennsylvania and New York along with countlessfishing trips to other states and countries. During his busy career working for three Fortune 500 companies, he noticed how much time it takes to figure out a new fishing spot – right when he’d rather be fishing! His favorite place to be is on the water, including white water kayaking, rafting, drift boating, and hiking to alpine lakes. Currently he and his wife and three daughters live in Pennsylvania with their white golden retriever, two bunnies and three guinea pigs.
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