Author, angler, and photographer Thomas Ames Jr. traveled from the southern Appalachian highlands to the Canadian Maritimes to collect, study, and photograph more than 100 species in 55 genera and 20 families of the caddisflies that fly fishers are most likely to encounter on the lakes and streams of the eastern United States. Based on thoughtful analysis, sound science, and many hours on. the water collecting live insects and testing artificial flies, Caddisflies takes the myth and the mystery out of matching the hatch.
Author, angler, and photographer Thomas Ames Jr.
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As caddis are the king of flying insects for Eastern fly-fishers, Thomas Ames's book shouts 'Long live the king!' This is an amazingly complete reference on one of the bugs fly fishers most commonly imitate with flies. -Joe Healy, Fly Rod & Reel"The sections on stream ecology and fishing techniques are the best since Gary LaFontaine's landmark book and alone are worth the price of admission. Ames's writing is just plain enjoyable to read, with crisp, clean prose and lots of the details that make for great natural history writing. I can't wait for the next caddis hatch so I can try out all the new stuff I've learned!"-Tom Rosenbauer, Orvis Rod & Tackle "This book is inspiring: it will inspire you to look more closely at your own caddis, wherever in the world you might fish for trout.
The winner of this week’s random drawing will receive Thomas Ames J. s new book Caddisflies: A Guide to Eastern Species for Anglers and Other Naturalists, from Stackpole Books. For this book, Ames traveled from the southern Appalachian highlands to the Canadian Maritimes to collect, study, and photograph more than 100 species in 55 genera and 20 families of the caddisflies that fly fishers are most likely to encounter on the lakes and streams of the eastern United States. The winner of our last quiz, and recipient of Devin Olsen’s Tactical Fly Fishing, is Jacob Green
More than 100 species in 55 genera & 20 families of the caddisflies that fly fishers are most likely to encounter. TRACKS AND SIGN OF INSECTS AND OTHER INVERTEBRATES: A GUIDE TO NORTH AMERICAN SPECIES - Charley Eiseman and Noah Charney (Softcover) First-ever reference to the sign left by insects & other North American invertebrates.
Ames, Thomas Jr. Caddisflies: A Guide to Eastern Species for Anglers and Other Naturalists. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2009. High quality production by a naturalist, fly fisherman, and professional photographer. Provides the reader with multiple color photographs of Caddis larvae and adults of all Eastern families, often identified to the level of genus and species. Jokinen, Eileen, The Freshwater Snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda) of New York State. Albany, NY: New York State Museum Bulletin 482, 1992.
Caddisflies: A Guide to Eastern Species for Anglers and Other Naturalists examines over 100 species in 55 different genera of Caddisflies that fly fishermen are most likely to come across (and therefore imitate) while fishing in Eastern North America. If you’re the type of angler that really loves to know the story of the bugs you imitate while fishing, well this is the book for you. Anglers with an annual abundance of Caddis where they fish will particularly love this book for its ability to shine new light on their home water