I don't have a large library of fly fishing titles, but I believe I have some of the best books on the subject. "Brook Trout" by Nick Karas is one of the finest books on the subject of only brook trout. He details everything you may want to know about this wonderful trout. It's an easy read, with some beautiful photos, as well as drawings. After reading this book back in the late 90's, one of the things I said to myself was, how wonderful would it be to catch a brook trout in every state that has these fish native to them.
Wild beauty that's almost incomparable.
A late spring morning on a free flowing wild trout stream. The sun is moving overhead, I must fish the shadows.
A brookie who chose to take a Royal fly of Tenkara style
Strawberry sherbet, fresh sliced strawberries, and whipped cream.