Arizona Trout Streams & Their Hatches - Book by Charles Meck and John Rohmer
Whether you're a lifelong resident or a seasonal Snow Bird, this very informative book, Arizona Trout Streams & Their Hatches by Charles Meck and John Rohmer, will help you unlock the mysteries behind Arizona trout. In addition to hosting a variety of productive rivers and streams from tailwater fisheries and fertile high-desert creeks to the Colorado River and the Valley of the Sun, Arizona is also the only place you can see Trico hatches in November and again in February and March! In this revised, updated, and expanded edition, the authors examine Arizona's trout waters impacted in recent years by floods, drought, and forest fires, such as Canyon and Cibecue creeks, the lower portion of the Salt River, and the Colorado and Upper Verde Rivers. Arizona Trout Streams & Their Hatches also includes revised information on many lakes, and several lakes in central and southern Arizona have been added to round out this comprehensive, detailed guide book. Paperback; 207 pages.
- When and where to go and hot to get there
- What bugs to expect on the water and how to imitate them
- Detailed text and comprehensive maps
- Local fly patterns and hatch charts