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Stillwater Fly Fishing for Huge Fish / The Why and Where of Carp Fishing

Stillwater Fly Fishing for Huge Fish

Lake fishing offers some of the best learning--and trophy trout catching opportunities--in Colorado and beyond. If you want to learn how to up your game in this more demanding environment… if you want to avoid the river crowds… and if you want to catch big trout, these simple stillwater tactics will help you.

 

The Why and Where of Carp Fishing

Carp are some of the most common fish in America and yet they are some of the most "elusive" when it comes to catching them with flies.  If you think they're "trash fish" now, the more you chase them, the more you'll consider them "high art."  Having chased carp throughout the country, authored a book on them, and written on carp for Field & Stream magazine, Deeter offers some plainspoken advice that will get you into fish.

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KIRK DEETER is the editor of TROUT magazine and an editor-at-large for Field & Stream. He is known for gonzo story angles and has earned various awards, including top “Excellence in Craft” honors for his fishing stories from the Outdoor Writers Association of America. His travels have taken him from across the world including Argentina, Alaska, the Amazon, Russia and beyond.  

The Little Red Book of Fly Fishing, which he co-wrote with the late Charlie Meyers, is a fly-fishing bestseller. His latest book, The Orvis Guide to Fly Fishing for Carp, was released this past June.