50 Best Places Fly Fishing the Northeast--a must read

Bob Mallard, owner of Kennebec River Outfitters in Maine, has just released "50 Best Places Fly Fishing the Northeast" (Stonefly Press). This full size full color book covers New England, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. It features seven chapters by Bob and forty-three by well-known local fly shop owners and employees, guides and outfitters, lodge owners and managers, and conservation workers who write about their home water. There are topographical grade maps, color pictures, hatch and tackle information; and Airport, Fly Shop, Guide/Outfitter, Lodging and Dining listings. There are chapters about rare Arctic char, native brook trout, landlocked salmon, brown and rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, pike and striped bass. Includes the Kennebec, West Branch Penobscot, Rapid and Grand Lake Stream in ME; Connecticut, Androscoggin and Saco in NH; Batten Kill, White and Clyde in VT; Deerfield and Swift in MA; Farmington and Housatonic in CT; Wood in RI; South Branch Raritan and Musconetcong in NJ; West Branch Delaware, Beaverkill and Salmon in NY; Letort, Penns and Spring Creek in PA; and many more--including some surprises. The foreword is written by Thomas Ames, Jr. - author of Hatch Guide for New England Streams, Fishbugs and Caddisflies. Pictures and art were provided by James Prosek, Lefty Kreh, King Montgomery, Beau Beasley, Matt Supinski, Thomas Ames, Jr., and others. This once in a generation guide book is a must-have for anyone who fishes, or plans to fish, the Northeast. First edition, US Printed, signed copies are available at http://www.bobmallard.com/stone-fly-press.html You can read more about the book at http://stoneflypress.com/shop/fly-fishing-books/50-best-places-fly-fishing-the-northeast Congrats to Bob and company for a job well done.

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