If you're looking to spend some time chasing one of the Atlantic's most popular sport fish, this book can help make it time well spent. By Chico Fernandez
Fly Fishing for Redfish
- If you're looking to spend some time chasing one of the Atlantic's most popular sport fish, this book can help make it time well spent.
Redfish are among the most exciting fish you pursue with a fly rod, but they can be difficult to fool, particularly in shallow water. Weighing from just a couple pounds to well over 30, they inhabit scenic locations across 2,500 miles of coastline, including the flats of North Carolina, the thick spartina grasses of Georgia, the Everglades of Florida, the shallow marshes of Louisiana, and even down a hundred miles along the coast of Mexico. They tolerate a wide range of temperatures and water conditions, making them some of the ocean's most versatile and unpredictable gamefish.
In Fly Fishing for Redfish, Chico Fernandez shares a lifetime of expertise and experiences fly fishing for redfish up and down their wide range. Chico covers all the essentials of fishing and tying for redfish: rods, reels, rigs, casting techniques and flies. Complete with Aaron Adams' informative science on the redfish's lifecycle, habitats, tides, and foods, this is the quintessential book on redfish by the author of the quientessential book on bonefish.
Fly Fishing for Redfish- by Chico Fernandez- 216 pages- hardcover