Item description for Pocket Guide to the Food Organisms of Trout & Their Imitation by Ron Cordes...
The Pocket Guide to Food Organisms of Trout & Their Imitation is a comprehensive introduction to the sport of fly fishing with a particular focus on the food sources of trout, their imitation, and the strategies used to effectively present these imitations. This Guide is the cornerstone of the Fly-Fishing Pocket Guide Series of 11 total titles. Key topics include "Insects As Food For Trout", "How these food sources become Available", "Trout Feeding Behavior", "Fly Pattern Theory & Usage", and "Basic Fly Fishing Strategies".
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 4.3" Width: 3.4" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.05 lbs.
Binding Spiral Bound
Publisher Poc Guides Publishing, Inc.
ISBN 1931676186 ISBN13 9781931676182
Availability 11 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 24, 2017 02:11.
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More About Ron Cordes
Ron Cordes is cofounder and president of Asset Mark Investment Services. Previously, he served as CEO of ACG Management Corp. He lives in Pleasant Hill, California.
Brian O'Toole, C.F.P., is head of product development for Asset Mark. He also pioneered the industry's first turnkey noload mutual fund wrap program. He lives in Pleasant Hill, California.
Richard Steiny, C.F.P. is head of strategic accounts of Asset Mark. He lives in Pleasant Hill, California.
Ron Cordes currently resides in the state of California. Ron Cordes was born in 1959.
Reviews - What do customers think about Pocket Guide to the Food Organisms of Trout & Their Imitation?
Very durable. Don't leave home without it May 23, 2008
Awesome reminder and refresher for those of us who forget all of the details of which fly is imitating which "bug" while on the stream. It will teach you a lot, but not everything. Learn by reading books at home, but bring this book along in your fishing vest. It is a great supplement. Seriously, don't leave home without it!