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50 Places to Fly Fish

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Fly Fishing Destinations

(Before You Die)

Fly Fishing Destinations

 

 

If you’re yearning to fly fish, author Chris Santella has suggestions for you.

Fly Fishing Destinations You Won’t Want to Miss

Are you dreaming of landing that trout, bass, or other fish species?  

“Fifty Places to Fly Fish Before You Die” is full of breathtaking photography and detailed information about 50 of the world’s most spectacular fly fishing destinations. Author Chris Santella is a skilled freelance writer and storyteller who offers his readers a collection of 50 essays created by master fly anglers.

I received a copy as a Christmas present and although I receive hundreds of book review requests (on a variety of topics) each month, I’d never seen this gem in my search for fly-fishing books. Santella’s guide covers all of the details and history fly anglers looking for premium places to fish need to know. The “IF YOU GO” that follows each essay: “Prime Time,” “Getting There,” “Accommodations,” and “Equipment, “is invaluable.

You can buy 50 Places to Fly Fish Before You Die at amazon.com. Use the link below to get a copy for yourself or buy one as a gift.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Santella is a regular contributor to The New York Times, Forbes.com, and other fly fishing publications.

50 Places to Fly Fish Before You Die ranks high on my list of must-read books. It’s packed with essential information and it’s entertaining.

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Catch up on your reading. Here’s another great choice if you’re getting ready for spring fly fishing. Read about my Salmon River fly-fishing adventures. 

DISCLOSURE:

Some of the links on this page are affiliate links. I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase but at no additional cost to you. I have experience with all of these companies and by linking to their product or a party that sells their products, I recommend the product based on their helpful and useful nature, and definitely not because of the small commissions I make if you decide to buy something.

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