Fly Fishing the Sam: A Guidebook to Exploring the Creeks, Rivers, and Bayous of the Sam Houston National Forest (Paperback)
The Sam Houston National Forest is located sixty miles north of Houston, Texas. The waterways of this national forest are home to a wonderful array of warmwater fish species, many of which can be angled on a fly rod. The waters of the Sam are a joy to fly fish, both for the novice and seasoned fly angler.
This unique guidebook offers quality photographs, detailed descriptions, and recommended access routes for the wilderness watercourses flowing through the Sam Houston National Forest. Included within these pages are composite images and descriptions of the panfish and bass species common to the Sam. By using Fly Fishing the Sam as a guide, the reader will be prepared for a fly fishing excursion into the hidden lotic environments of the Sam Houston National Forest.