In years past, Tom Rosenbauer has made contributions to fly fishing education that have had lasting effects on the sport. From books to YouTube video tutorials to his podcast, Rosenbauer has helped many anglers wade into the often complex waters of fly fishing. And far from only offering helpful wisdom for beginner anglers, Rosenbauer’s contributions have been reliably helpful for anglers of all abilities. Now, in his new book, Fly Fishing for Trout: The Next Level, Rosenbauer continues this tradition with a text that will surely benefit many anglers for years to come.
Fly Fishing for Trout: The Next Level ought to help anglers accomplish what the title suggests: improving one’s trout game to a higher level of mastery. But don’t be deterred as a new angler — this book is accessible for true beginners but also has enough depth to have great value for more experienced anglers. From the anatomy of fly lines to the behavioral characteristics of aquatic insects, it can be said that this book as it all.
And beyond the written content, Rosenbauer ups his game so that we can all up ours. Going beyond the written word, the book features 16 QR codes that direct readers to video tutorials that will give the visual and auditory learner helpful content (such as how to properly and effectively fight a trout) that might be easier viewed than read.
Fly Fishing for Trout: The Next Level is 163 pages of tips, tactics, and critical information that will help anglers advance their game. The Venturing Angler has high praise for this book and strongly recommends it. In fact, this ought to be required reading for aspiring guides. Fly Fishing for Trout: The Next Level, please click here.
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