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I came across this in Mid-current. If you have an Amazon Prime membership, you can read it for free. The reviewers ask the obvious question,"Do we need another book on stream insects?" With them I answer,"Yes, we need this one." Though it is directed to trout fishermen, there is a lot of value for bass fishermen. It will fill in one's understanding of the waters fish live in and the insects they eat as they grow up. Since we hope to catch the fish that eat the fish that eat the insects, it will help us understand the bait. The book is well written in readable layman's language and designed for an ebook environment. Besides the information that usually comes in a book like this, the last chapter reprints an article on fly selection. In it the author presents his concept of the Alpha Fish and what it takes to get him. You can read a preview on Mid-current. http://midcurrent.com/flies/selecting-flies-trigger-mechanisms-masking-hatches-and-drag/?utm_source=MidCurrent+Fly+Fishing+Email+Newsletter&utm_campaign=2f2bf4b6c7-MidCurrent_October_28_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8efbf3b958-2f2bf4b6c7-18956357 Or get the book from Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/Bug-Book-Fishers-Stream-Insects-ebook/dp/B012PUKTVM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1438177171&sr=8-1&keywords=bug+book+weamer&pebp=1438177175453&perid=1XPPV8CKXATS243ZJBWW