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  • James Buice's New Book

    Hey Folks!
    James new book made it into the shop last week, and we are already sold out. It is a great pics, plenty of cool photos and great maps. It is a great source to find new info if you are regular on our waters or a true beginner. We will be getting a new crop of books mid week this week, so come by and check them out!
    The Fish Hawk

  • #2
    I picked up the book last week, and I just finished the first few chapters while sitting at the airport yesterday. I am amazed by the detail contained in the book.

    It is a very nice book, on quality paper with a bunch of neat pictures and useful explanations and maps. I think it is the most in-depth book I have read on several of the rivers.

    I would highly recommend this book to anyone who fishes for trout around here!


    • #3
      I was browsing the fishing rack at Borders in Buckhead and saw the book. After reading through a few of the different sections i picked it up. It really is a great resource, and for a beginner fly fisher like me it has great reccomendations around fly choices, river access, and what to expect in each section. Wish i had known it was available at the Fishhawk but i am glad i got it anyway. Most of my fishing is done on the Hooch due to time constraints but when i take a few vacation days i will definately branch out and follow the advice in the book.



      • #4
        Buice's Book

        My friend and I are constantly refrencing and checking information regarding hatches and fishing locations. This book has not let us down. The amount of detail given to not only the main rivers and streams located in the GA but the head waters and tailwaters is phenominal. And I have only used the book in GA! I plan on return to the southeast to fish the plethera of rivers here and I will definately have Mr. Buice's book with me. It was a phenominal purchase from the experts at the Fish Hawk. It got me my first Brookie and Brown Trout.
        Nick Carlton


        • #5
          Mr. Buice...that make me chuckle...