What Fish See

What Fish See

Understanding Optics and Color Shifts for Designing Lures and Flies

Book - 1999
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An in-depth examination by Dr. Colin Kageyama of how and what fish see. This important book will help all anglers to design better flies and lures by its explanation of the physical processes of light in water and consequently how colors change and are perceived by fish in varying conditions of depth, turbidity, and light. Excellent illustrations by Vic Erickson and color plates that show startling color changes. This book will change the way you fish!
Publisher: Portland, Or. : F. Amato Publications, c1999
ISBN: 9781571881403
1571881409
Branch Call Number: 799.12 K119w 1999
Characteristics: 183 p. : ill. ; 23 cm

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marknjs Dec 30, 2013

Primarily deals with Steelhead fishing

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