Fly fishing books for beginners often start with casting, entomology (the study of insects), and gear. And then new fly fishers head out to the river with a handful of dry fly attractor patterns but then encounter lots of frustration. Nothing works! In our book, The Fly Fisher’s Book of Lists, we’ve taken a different approach. This can only be described as a cliffsnotes version of fly fishing hacks, tips, and tactics. It deals with everyday fly fishing frustration directly with practical solutions – packaged as short lists. It’s the most practical book on fly fishing that you will every read.
We like to say that this book is like a bag of potato chips. Reach in. Grab a handful. Er, read a list. And then we dare you to stop at one. Before long, you’ll be at 2000 calories. Visit Amazon to get your copy. Fly fishing books for beginners today should all be as simple as this.
Life is short. So should the time it takes to improve your fly fishing game.
Written by the 2 Guys, Dave Goetz and Steve Mathewson, The Fly Fisher’s Book of Lists, is a book of bite-sized snacks. It’s an entire book of lists.
“The 7 Basic Facts about Mayflies”
“The 7 Nagging Questions of Nymph Fishing”
“3 Tips When Fishing Streamers on Smaller Creeks” and, among dozens of others
“11 Reasons You’re Not Catching Fish”
Fly fishing books for beginners should be simple, because the sport can be complex.
Newbie fly fishers will find answers to some of their frustrations in learning the sport. Veteran fly fishers may discover a new fly fishing hack or insight to help improve their craft. At the very least, they’ll appreciate the list of great places to eat in the Bozeman, Montana, area on their next fly fishing trip.
Of all the fly fishing books for beginners, “The Fly Fishing’s Book of Lists” makes a wonderful Mother’s Day or Father’s Day gift. Or the perfect present for the person who has always wanted to try fly fishing. Now is the perfect time! The Fly Fisher’s Book of Lists will make you want to grab your fly rod and head to the river today!