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WHAT A TROUT SEES
Geoff Mueller is a senior editor at the Drake Magazine and the former managing editor of Fly Fisherman Magazine and is a talented and dedicated fly fisher who travels to some of the best trout habitat in America. Then he dons a mask and swim fins to study the trout in their own environment.
In this volume Geoff share his theories and insight with the readers and this information will allow the reader to achieve a clearer understanding of the trout and how they feed and the various factors which effect the trout's feeding behavior.
He also offers some great information on what the trout see and explanations of their habits and the habitat in which they live. He gives insight into how they react to various factors in their world. This book would be a welcome addition to any angler's bookshelf.
WHAT A TROUT SEES - A Fly-Fishing Guide to Life Underwater
By Geoff Mueller
Forward by Tom Bie, Photographs by Tim Romano
ISBN: 97-0-7627-7984-0, Published by Lyons Press an Imprint of Globe Pequot Press,
197 Pages, $24.95 - Lyonspress.com
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