|01-09-2004 09:24 AM|
Those two guys on page 73... Are they brothers?
There sure seems to be a resemblance!
|01-08-2004 07:26 PM|
|FredA||I have to agree with Sean. Only met Mike once, at Marlboro, but I'm pretty sure that's him on page 73. Book was published in 2001.|
|01-08-2004 06:03 PM|
Thought that was you...
If you haven't seen it I believe the picture you are referring to is on page 73 of Mitchell's Fly Fishing the Saltwater Shoreline. I would be happy to lend you my copy if you want to check it out.
|01-08-2004 04:23 PM|
Ed is a great guy and a very good writer. I have had the opportunity to fish with Ed and Mark Lewchick down in West Haven in the springtime looking for weakfish. He was fishing with Mark and I while at the same time gathering information and photos for yet another book. He took some pictures of some very nice weakfish I had taken earlier in the night and told me to keep my eye out for them in one of his future books. He definitely does not have the same attitude as some of the more well known fishing celebrities, I don't think he would even consider himself a celeb, he seemed to me to be just another one of the guy's and it was a pleasure to fish and talk with him. I have not read his books yet but will certainly read them at some point.
|01-06-2004 03:11 PM|
|capt_gordon||I have a cpmplaint (albeit minor) about the book. Mitchell refers to the Pamlico Sound as a lagoon. While it maybe in a definitive sense, it does not match his description of a lagoon as a long narrow body of water with barrier islands and such and etc. I don't think he has ever been on it. These are the kind of fish you can catch in Pamlico Sound by the way:|
|01-05-2004 09:12 AM|
Thanks for that. In fact I have just received my copy through the post, today!
Gonna be busy reading for a while.
|01-05-2004 08:55 AM|
I just received the book as a New Year's gift. It's good. Really good.
|01-01-2004 08:00 AM|
I'll answer my own post here, as I found it!
Going to order it right away.
|01-01-2004 07:33 AM|
Is 'Fly rodding estuaries' the actual name of the book?
|12-30-2003 11:39 PM|
Just finished the book. Loaded with great info. It makes me take a different look at old fishing spots. It's amazing what one sees once ones eyes are open!:eyecrazy:
|12-30-2003 02:13 PM|
thanks for the tip on finding the book at the Bear's Den.
Looks like yet another reason to take a drive down there.
|12-29-2003 11:26 AM|
|jfbasser||Eight weight travel rod? Taking up bonefishing|
|12-29-2003 10:33 AM|
|FredA||I've been offered a deal on a primo used reel that's hard to refuse, by a respected board member. Good match for the ten wieght. Still think I'd like something to match with the Vector and a future 8 wgt. travel rod. I need to fondle a few at the shows.|
|12-29-2003 10:03 AM|
|jfbasser||When you go down to get the new reel?|
|12-29-2003 09:46 AM|
I still think Mitchell's "Flyrodding The Coast" is the best I've seen of the genre. A must have for those new to saltwater flyfishing (or saltwater fishing in general) in the northeast.
I may have to get my hooks on that copy at the Den.
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