Softcover, 196 Pages.
A Fly Fisher's Guide to What, Where & When Trout Eat
To catch trout, you've got to understand their diet and feeding patterns. Author Jason Randall simplifies these complex questions by turning to the science behind animal feeding behavior. You'll learn about what trout eat, how feeding behavior changes throughout their lives, and where each of the food types is likely to be in the stream environment. The more you understand about the fish and their ecosystem, the better skilled you will be at determining what fish are eating and adapting your fishing strategies to the trout's routines.
About the Author: Dr. Jason Randall's article appear regularly in American Angler, Fly Fisherman, and many other outdoor magazines. He is a veterinarian certified in fish health and medicine and is a member of the World Aquatic Veterinary Medical Associations and the Society of Freshwater Science. His books Moving Water, Feeding Time, Trout Sense, and Nymph Masters have received widespread acclaim among fly fishing experts.
After reading Feeding Time, I was astounded. Chapter after chapter, Jason takes the reader from start to finish about habitat cycles and the habits of many species. This book is a must for the dyed-in-the-wool fisherman and will set you on the right path to fly-fish for trophy-sized trout. —Bob Clouser
If you want to learn about currents . . . this book is a dream come true. —Ralph Cutter
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