Best Books on Fly Fishing
It might still be cold outside but spring will be here soon and with it a renewed sense of hope. If you’re an anxious angler you’ve probably already spent your winter re-organizing your tackle box and cleaning your rod and reel – but now what? How about reading up on angling to get yourself prepared for the season?
There are dozens of fly-fishing sites with loads of guides, tutorials, and personal stories, but it’s hard to beat hitting your favorite recliner with a good book and learning about your favorite hobby.
To keep you busy during winter, let’s lay out 10 of the best books on fly fishing whether they be practical guides, personal essays, fiction, or a mix of both. With a few good books by your side, you’ll be ready to go once the ice melts.
Best Instructional Books on Fly Fishing
Best Nonfiction and Fiction Books on Fly Fishing
With a mix of nonfiction, fiction, and some trail tips, these ten books will carry you through the winter with both entertainment and information. Get your library started and try to get through it before spring comes.