Bugwater is that soggy place inhabited by creepy, crawly, hopping, flying, wriggling creatures, we call, if imprecisely, bugs. Organized around the seasons, Bugwater follows the bugs and the trout through their life cycles from spring through winter. Thomasonís stunningly striking photographs and fascinating narratives show off the bugs up close, in amazing detail. With the authorís insights as both a scientist and fly fisher and his expertise as a photographer, this book delivers solid content all fly fisherís can learn from.
With a doctorate in biochemistry, Arlen Thomason built a career as a molecular biologist in biomedical research. Arlen provided photographs foe Jeff Morganís book Productive Trout Flies for Unorthodox Prey: The Oddballs, and his photos have appeared in fly-fishing magazines and web sites.
337 colour photographs