4719 | Fly Fishing Midwestern Spring Creeks
Angler's Guide to Trouting the Driftless Area
by Ross A. Mueller
118 pages pages
6 x 9 inches softcover
Learn the secrets to trout fishing the driftless area of the upper Midwest, an unglaciated area of ridges, valleys and spring creeks encircled by rolling glaciated terrain.
The Driftless Area of the upper Midwest is a unique geologic region--an unglaciated area of ridges, valleys and spring creeks encircled by rolling, glaciated terrain. Within the Driftless Area of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa is one of the world's greatest concentrations of limestone spring creeks, which provide impressive trout fishing opportunities. Make the most of this exceptional fishing experience with Ross Mueller, an accomplished angler and expert on fishing the Driftless Area. In his new book, Fly Fishing Midwestern Spring Creeks, Mueller shares the information you need as fly meets water in the spring creeks. With his decades of streamside photographs and notes, every page provides Good Things To Know:
Take this book with you to this extraordinary area for a first-rate fishing adventure.
- Geology (as it relates to spring creeks).
- Exploring the streams.
- Finding large trout.
- Tactics and hatches for all seasons.
- New effective, stream-tested fly patterns.
- Patterns and advice from contributing experts.
- Spring creek locator maps.
- Illustrations, charts and photographs.
16 pages of 4-color photography
4-color laminated softcover
6 x 9 inches
Also see Ross Mueller's companion book, Upper Midwest Flies that catch Trout and how to fish them