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Do It Yourself Bonefishing

by Rod Hamilton and Kirk Deeter Lyons Press
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Pbk 320 pages
AU$43.99 NZ$46.08
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Bonefish are considered to be among the world's premier fly game fish sought after by anglers. They inhabit shallow waters close to the shore and pose a challenge to even the most experienced fisherman, though they are seldom eaten. This book explains all you need to know about bonefishing, whether you use a fly rod or spinning gear.
What you get in DIY Bonefishing is a very honest manual for the DIY adventurer that can (and should) be read in its entirety, as well as kept in a place of easy access for reference. There really isn't a better written option in regards to the subject matter. It's all here, in detail, and extremely honest and accurate. Rod just wrote the DIY Bonefishing blueprint, which, as anyone who has done it themselves can tell you, is worth more than its weight in gold.
Rod Hamilton has been an avid fly fisher for more than forty years'chasing salmon, trout and steelhead from his home base in British Columbia, Canada during the summer, and flats species in the tropics during the winter. Through his website and blog,, he shares his passion for catching bonefish and permit on the fly with like-minded fly fishermen from around the world. In addition to the book and his online outlets he writes for a variety of magazines and is currently working on a DIY bonefishing video and his next book on tropical fly fishing. He lives in Courtenay, British Columbia, Canada

Kirk Deeter is the editor for TROUT magazine, Angling Trade, and an editor-at-large for Field & Stream magazine. He is the author of five books, including The Little Red Book of Fly Fishing, which he coauthored with the late Denver Post outdoors editor, Charlie Meyers, and The Orvis Guide to Fly Fishing for Carp. He lives near Denver, CO.