Just bought "Effective Stillwater Fly Fishing: An Analytical Approach," brand new from Michael Gorman (30+ year guide and fly fishing teacher at Oregon State University). IMO there aren't nearly enough published works on the subject, and this book has a lot to offer. The photos alone are numerous and first rate, including a multitude of close-ups of flies and actual trout foods. Chironomid entomology, imitation and methods of presentation are thoroughly covered, as are night fishing, "getting over the hump" for non-stillwater guys, and recommended equipment and fly patterns to name a few. Nicely polished, and certainly makes its own unique contributions to lake fishing. I hope stillwater guys keep bringing forth their experience and knowledge for everyone to share like this. Well done.