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    Default Pleased, proud (and slightly nervous) to announce that my book on sea trout (sea run

    Pleased, proud (and slightly nervous) to announce that my book on sea trout (sea run brown trout) fishing has finally made it to print. It is now open for pre-order; the books are scheduled to arrive in four weeks’ time.

    It has taken many years to compile and complete, encapsulating a lifetime in pursuit of sea trout.

    I have self-published, which means that I am reliant on fellow anglers spreading the word. I would really appreciate you sharing this post to help me make the book a success.
    I believe the book offers something for everyone; from the beginner through to the most ardent. The book covers 244 pages over 25 chapters, ranging from tips and techniques on fly, spin and bait through to captivating chapters from contributors such as Moc Morgan on the evolution of Welsh sea trout flies and Martin Globalflyfisher Joergensen on saltwater fishing for sea trout. Further to this, I have called on friends and fellow sea trout addicts from around the world to contribute their favourite patterns. Included are John Graham, who not only contributes his patterns but also details their history and application, Stjani Ben from Iceland, Claudio Martin and Pepe Fly Borzi from Argentina, Tom O’Shea from Ireland and David Pilkington from England.

    No stone is left unturned in detailing how best to approach sea trout and how best to combat prevailing conditions. The book also discusses tackle, knots, casting considerations through to useful references on what time to start night fishing and length to weight formulas.

    I have now been sea trout guiding for 22 years. Over this time, I have witnessed all the common mistakes and all the common misconceived perceptions on sea trout. The book addresses these, enabling you to maximise your results and time on the water.

    How to order?
    The book costs £30 (GBP). Postage is £3.50 within the UK, £10.50 to mainland Europe. PLEASE NOTE that it is often possible to send multiple copies within the same package, should you wish to combine an order with a friend/s and save some money in the process. Each book weighs just over 1kg. Contact me for pricing on posting multiple copies or for posting outside of Europe.

    Cheque (made payable to Steffan Jones): Mr Steffan Jones, Cambrian House, Cambrian Terrace, Llandysul, Ceredigion, SA44 4QX.

    Bank Transfer: Steffan Jones, Sort# 537036, Acc#12730947 – please follow up with an email (book@sea-trout.co.uk) to confirm transfer and postal address.

    Paypal: To be sent as a ‘gift’ (‘friends and family’ option) only. Please send to book@sea-trout.co.uk

    When the main supply arrives then they will be available through eBay. In addition, West Wales Tackle (Carmarthen) and the Porth Hotel (Llandysul) have kindly agreed to hold copies for sale. I will update when they receive stock.

    Any questions? Please email book@sea-trout.co.uk

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    Sea trout Steffan Jones

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    No doubt Steffan is a fantastic angler! Hope his book is also a success.

    Oscar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanevans View Post
    Sea trout Steffan Jones

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    Good luck Steffan

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    Good luck

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    Excellent news. There are never enough fishing books for me to read and sea trout books are very scarce, especially written by the knowledgeable anglers. I'm particularly interested in low water daylight techniques as I find my young children interfere with night fishing these days. Do you cover that in your book?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loxie View Post
    Excellent news. There are never enough fishing books for me to read and sea trout books are very scarce, especially written by the knowledgeable anglers. I'm particularly interested in low water daylight techniques as I find my young children interfere with night fishing these days. Do you cover that in your book?
    Loxie here is the contents pages

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    Thanks for this Dean and thanks a lot for helping to spread the word, greatly appreciated. Indeed, thanks also to those that followed up with comments too.

    It has been a long process to get to this stage, but I am very pleased with the outcome. I look forward to the main supply arriving in a couple of weeks and then fellow anglers being able to see it for themselves.

    Thanks again,

    Steffan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loxie View Post
    Excellent news. There are never enough fishing books for me to read and sea trout books are very scarce, especially written by the knowledgeable anglers. I'm particularly interested in low water daylight techniques as I find my young children interfere with night fishing these days. Do you cover that in your book?
    Hi Loxie,

    yes, this is covered in detail. It includes fishing traditional wet flies, but also nymphing and dry fly fishing for them.

    Thanks for your interest,

    Steffan

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    Pm sent Dean

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