High Rollers: Fly Fishing for Giant Tarpon

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Softcover, 152 Pages.

Artist and ardent angler Bill Bishop tackles all aspects of tarpon fishing--from building leaders to bringing them in quickly. Each chapter explores the core aspects of tarpon fishing in detail, including step-by-step instructions for tying IGFA leaders, the nuances of finding, casting to, hooking, and fighting giant tarpon, and insights and tips for running the boat, seeing fish, and reading the fish's behavior. In addition to the technical aspects, Bishop's stories and humor take a look at the personal side of fishing, reminding us that despite the sometimes-serious undertaking of battling a 150-pound tarpon, fishing is still supposed to be fun.

With more than 140 detailed pen-and-ink illustrations and photos by Mark Hatter, this book will help anyone who wants to hook, and land, more silver kings.

Years of experience and knowledge crammed into a concise book with nice B&W line drawings, this volume is a trophy. Keeping things simple, but packed full of information, Bill Bishop arms you with the information you need to hook (and possibly even land) a tarpon during practically any conditions you might encounter. Flies, leaders, anchors, and other equipment are discussed with enough detail and clarity that you can't help but start getting the itch to immediately put to sue what you've just read. 

Bill Bishop has addressed the mental, physical, humorous, and technical aspects of fishing for tarpon in this invaluable book, writing in a way that is both entertaining and instructive. I really like his style. —
Lefty Kreh

High Rollers is sure to make your spirit soar. Anyone can write about catching tarpon, but it takes an artist and samurai to put you on the bow, in range of the laid-up tarpon, and transport you that last forty feet to the strike. Bishop has done this. Take advantage of this happy shortcut to the wild heart of tarpon fishing. —Flip Pallot

This book should go straight to the top of the must-read list for both newcomer and veteran tarpon fly anglers. When a master of the sport like Bill shares his techniques with detail and humor, I want to read it. —Sandy Moret

About the Author:
Bill Bishop is on the water over 150 days a year, fishing the waters of Boca Grande and Homosassa. His illustrations and artwork have appeared in several fly-fishing books and magazines. He lives in Orlando and Boca Grande, Florida.

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