Second Edition of Reading Trout Water by Dave Hughes. Paperback, 312 pages
Learning to read water means knowing how the different parts of a trout stream meet the basic needs of trout. In this new edition, Dave covers every water type--riffles, runs, pools, flats, pocket water, bank water--to pinpoint how to dissect each type to find trout. You'll learn how trout seek shelter from current, protection from predators, the right temperatures and oxygen levels, and food supplies. Understanding what the water can teach will help you know where and how to look to find and catch trout on any creek, stream, and river.