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by Colin J. Kageyama

Download What Fish See: Understanding Optics and Color Shifts for Designing Lures and Flies ePub
  • ISBN 1571881409
  • ISBN13 978-1571881403
  • Language English
  • Author Colin J. Kageyama
  • Publisher Frank Amato Pubns; Later Printing edition (January 1, 1999)
  • Pages 183
  • Formats docx lit lrf azw
  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Biological Sciences
  • Size ePub 1341 kb
  • Size Fb2 1801 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 109

An in-depth examination by Dr. Colin Kageyama of how and what fish see. This important book will help all anglers to design better flies and lures by its explanation of the physical processes of light in water and consequently how colors change and are perceived by fish in varying conditions of depth, turbidity, and light. Excellent illustrations by Vic Erickson and color plates that show startling color changes. This book will change the way you fish!

This book has great photos of lures at different depths. what fish see covers the color changes of colored plates under water. for those who tie flies for fly fishing, it is worth the purchase.

This book has great photos of lures at different depths. Surprising how many 'experts' are wrong on how different colors change at different depths.

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Design better flies and lures by understanding physical processes of light in water and how . Author: Dr. Collin Kageyama .

Design better flies and lures by understanding physical processes of light in water and how colors change in conditions of depth, turbidity, and light. This important book will help all anglers to design better flies and lures by its explanation of the physical processes of light in water and consequently how colors change and are perceived by fish in varying conditions of depth, turbidity, and light. Excellent illustrations by Vic Erickson and color plates that show startling color changes. This book will change the way you fish! ISBN: 1-57188-14 publish date: 10/01/1998.

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This book is probably the best fishing book I have ever read for catching trout, steelhead and salmon, because the author, Colin Kageyama, backs up his claims with straight forward science

This book is probably the best fishing book I have ever read for catching trout, steelhead and salmon, because the author, Colin Kageyama, backs up his claims with straight forward science. I live on the middle Rogue in Oregon, and fish almost everyday, and build my own spinners,and have tried many different methods. Mepps also makes his spinners in their"See Best" line.

Colin Kageyama drives the scientific approach right out where it is. .

Colin Kageyama drives the scientific approach right out where it is interesting. His experiments are extensive and the conclusions indeed intriguing. Even though the author does his best to explain and even simplify the concepts, they are inherently complex, and requires some understanding of physics and optics to fully grasp.

This important book will help all anglers to design better flies and lures by its explanation of the physical processes of light in water and consequently how colors change and are perceived by fish in varying conditions of depth, turbidity, and light. Excellent illustrations by Vic Erickson and color An in-depth examination by Dr. Colin Kageyama of how and what fish see.

Understanding Lure Colors Below The Water Surface. What I’ve done in this article is outline what lure colors the fish can see on the basis of their eye adaptations and their environment. Let’s leave behind the What colors can fish see? question and get on to a more important one: What colors exist underwater? For a color to exist, light of the right wavelength has to be present. And if you formed the impression that often it’s very few colors, you’d be right. But there’s one more piece of the puzzle: Just because fish can see a particular color, doesn’t mean they’ll take it. And if they can’t see a particular color it doesn’t mean they’ll reject your lure, either.

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Haracetys
I am glad Dr. K is a good steelhead fisherman and I bet he would be fun to fish with, but I found this book very disappointing. I think the title is a bit misleading - something like "Better Colors for Steelhead Lures" would be more accurate.

As noted by others, what he is discussing is not what fish see underwater, but how humans perceive color underwater. The photos are, frankly, awful, and apparently taken with film, although no information is given. Film and camera sensors perceive color in myriad adjustable ways, differently than both fish and humans. If these photos were presented as serious information on a modern photo website the fanboys would rip him to shreds within minutes. Enough - I really wanted to like this book, but didn't get much from it.
Crazy
I refer to this book when I'm designing tackle. After I read it for the first time I've changed many aspects of my approach to fishing. Do I catch more fish because of the knowledge I've gained from this book? I don't know but I'm fishing with a lot more confidence in my technique and the baits I'm throwing or trolling.
Fararala
Want to know how depth, water clarity, fresh​ and saltwater affect the color of your lures? This book has great photos of lures at different depths. Surprising how many 'experts' are wrong on how different colors change at different depths.
Gavigamand
This is a good book after awhile. Kind of slow in the beginning but eventually gets to the point.
Sadaron above the Gods
I have bought 5 copies of this book. A great read.
Onath
Great read. Very informative.
Beydar
a gift recommended to husband
Book as advertised in new condition! Great price!