Flyfishers and light-tackle anglers from around the world have been coming to Florida's inshore waters for decades to chase redfish, tarpon, snook, and spotted seatrout—just to name a few of the many angling options. Finally, there is a resource that can guide them right to the best fishing along the thousand miles of coastline. In this saltwater fly fishing tips book, Larry Kinder, author of the Flyfisher's Guide to Freshwater Florida, details the amazing array of species and fishing opportunities available in every saltwater bay, estuary, and flat from the Panhandle down to the 10,000 Islands and up through the Indian River Lagoon system on the east coast and on to the Jacksonville area. Nearly 100 detailed maps and seasonal fishing charts are included to help anglers pinpoint likely areas, along with extensive travel information for each part of the state and information on tides, fly patterns, and much more.
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Review 1 for Flyfisher's Guide to Saltwater Florida
Good general information,
November 15, 2011
from Tampa Bay
"This book would be most useful to someone who has never fished in Florida. For anyone who has (bait fishing) there is little new information."