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Fly Patterns of Northern New Mexico

Author : Karen Denison
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Illustrates fishing flies developed by locally-respected fly tyers, with step-by-step instructions for fly fishing success in northern New Mexico.

Fly Fishing in Northern New Mexico

Author : Craig Martin
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The revised edition of this comprehensive fishing classic.

Fly Patterns for Northern New Mexico

Author : The Sangre de Cristo Fly Fishers (Santa Fe, New Mexico)
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Fly Fishing New Mexico

Author : Taylor Streit
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Since 1970, Mr. Streit has been New Mexico's foremost fly fishing authority and professional guide. He's developed many fly patterns used throughout the region. Taylor reopened the Taos Fly Shop with his son Nick. He makes winter fly fishing pilgrimages to Argentina where he escorts fly fishers and explores.

Fly Fishing in Southern New Mexico

Author : Rex Johnson
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An overview of the streams of Southern New Mexico that support trout, the natural history of the streams, and the habitats of the trout that live there.

Insiders Guide to Santa Fe

Author : Nicky Leach
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Insiders' Guide to Santa Fe is the essential source for in-depth travel and relocation information to this beautiful New Mexico city. Written by a local (and true insider), it offers a personal and practical perspective of Sante Fe and its surrounding environs.

The Geology Ecology and Human History of the San Luis Valley

Author : Jared Maxwell Beeton
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The Geology, Ecology, and Human History of the San Luis Valley explores the rich landscapes and diverse social histories of the San Luis Valley, an impressive mountain valley spanning over 9,000 square miles that crosses the border of south-central Colorado and north-central New Mexico and includes many cultural traditions. Twenty-six expert scholars and educators—including geologists, geographers, biologists, ecologists, linguists, historians, sociologists, and consultants—uncover the natural and cultural history of the region, which serves as home to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the San Juan Mountains, Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, and the Rio Grande headwaters. The first section, “The Geology and Ecology of the San Luis Valley,” surveys the geomorphology, hydrology, animal and plant life, conservation, management, and mining of the valley’s varied terrain. The second section, “Human History of the San Luis Valley,” recounts the valley’s human visitation and settlement, from early indigenous life to Spanish exploration to Hispanic and Japanese settlements. This section introduces readers to the region’s wide range of religious identities—Catholic, Latter-day Saint, Buddhist, Jehovah’s Witness, Amish, and Mennonite—and diverse linguistic traditions, including Spanish, English, Dutch, Danish, Japanese, and Mayan. The final section, “Travel Itineraries,” addresses recreation, specifically fly-fishing and rock climbing. The book provides a comprehensive overview of the endemic flora and fauna, human history of indigenous lifeways, and diverse settlement patterns that have shaped the region. The Geology, Ecology, and Human History of the San Luis Valley will appeal to students and scholars of geology, ecology, environmental history, and cultural history, as well as residents and tourists seeking to know more about this fascinating and integral part of Colorado and New Mexico. Contributors: Benjamin Armstrong, Timothy Armstrong, Deacon Aspinwall, Robert Benson, Lorrie Crawford, Kristy Duran, Jeff Elison, Eric Harmon, Devin Jenkins, Bradley G. Johnson, Robert M. Kirkham, Bessie Konishi, Angie Krall, Richard D. Loosbrock, Richard Madole, A. W. Magee, Victoria Martinez, James McCalpin, Mark Mitchell, R. Nathan Pipitone, Andrew Valdez, Rio de la Vista, Damián Vergara Wilson

Fishing in New Mexico

Author : Ti Piper
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Key to fishing waters.

The Orvis Encyclopedia of Fly Fishing

Author : Tom Rosenbauer
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From rods to reels, fly lines to tippets, fishing hats to hip boots, this guide covers everything an angler will need before heading to the water. If your favorite way to spend the day is stepping into a mountain stream—fly fishing gear in hand—to match wits with an elusive rainbow trout, The Orvis Encyclopedia of Fly Fishing is the perfect companion. Ideal for newcomers looking to get their feet wet, as well as for seasoned fisherman who need a reliable reference, this A to Z guide unlocks the mysteries of the sport, including answers to questions such as: Where in Montana will I find the best fly fishing for mountain whitefish? (“Montana,” page 136) What kind of fish bite at night? (“Night Fishing,” page 176) Which European country has the best fly fishing? (“Scotland,” page 235) Can I catch a shark on a fly rod? (“Sharks,” page 240) What’s the difference between a Bucktail, a Featherwing Streamer, and a Woolly Bugger? (“Streamers,” page 251) Written by Tom Rosenbauer, a top instructor at the Orvis Fly Fishing School, and loaded with stunning full-color photographs and clear illustrations of step-by-step techniques, The Orvis Encyclopedia of Fly Fishing serves as a comprehensive course in the fundamentals of the sport.

Modern Terrestrials

Author : Rick Takahashi
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Terrestrials, a broad category of potential fish food ranging from land-dwelling insects to mice, are one of the most important food sources for trout around the world. Whether you tie or buy your flies, this collection of cutting-edge advice from experts around the world will help you catch more fish. • First comprehensive book of contemporary terrestrial patterns--grasshoppers, crickets, ants, beetles, and more • Over 600 patterns and recipes from around the world • Tying steps for 15 essential pattern styles plus fishing techniques, tips, and tricks from experts on rivers and still waters • Stunning photos and detailed illustrations

New Mexico Magazine

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Fly Fishing the Rocky Mountain Backcountry

Author : Rich Osthoff
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How to reach and fish remote waters in Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, and Oregon.

American Book Publishing Record

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Tying Small Flies

Author : Ed Engle
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Midge larvae and pupae, tiny parachutes, floating nymphs, micro scuds, tiny ants. Choosing the right hook, thread, wire, and amount of weight for small flies plus 75 patterns, including Brassie, RS-2, Renegade, Gold-Ribbed Hare's Ear, Griffith's Gnat. Foreword by John Gierach.

Go To Flies

Author : Tony Lolli
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Tony Lolli has assembled the best original patterns from working flyfishing guides around the country and the world. There are 101 flies for trout, steelhead, salmon, and many other salt-water and warm-water species. These patterns were created by pros who had to get their clients into fish under the toughest of conditions.

Tying and Fishing Tailwater Flies

Author : Pat Dorsey
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New flies and old standbys from one of Umpqua Feather Merchant's top-selling fly designers with 500 step-by-step photos of 24 proven patterns for the most demanding trout Patterns for streams across the country, not just tailwaters; includes nymphs, emergers, and dry flies that imitate mayflies, midges, stoneflies, and caddis Detailed information on how to fish the patterns with over 30 rigging illustrations from artist Dave Hall

Fish Flies

Author : Terry Hellekson
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In one of the enduring classics of fly-fishing literature, Terry Hellekson addresses everything from the history of fly fishing and fly-tying around the world, to fly-tying material and hooks. This newly revised and updated version offers the original two volumes combined in one hardcover edition to create the definitive book on fly-tying.

Cooperative Economic Insect Report

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Field Stream

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.

Montana s Best Fishing Waters

Author : Wilderness Adventures Press
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From world famous waters like the Madison, Missouri, and Yellowstone Rivers to local favorites like the Beaverhead, Big Hole, and Gallatin Rivers, these incredibly comprehensive maps will lead you to the best fishing Montana has to offer. Official access sites are clearly marked including GPS coordinants, along with boat ramps, campgrounds, and roads and trails that allow additional access to every stream. River miles, public and private land, and a wealth of other useful information for anglers is also included. Book jacket.