"Fifty More Places To Fly Fish Before You Die" is the follow-up to Chris Santella's very first book, "Fifty Places To Fly Fish Before You Die". The first book was arguably the most commercially successful fly-fishing book released in the 2000s, and since its publication, Santella has gained a following in the fly fishing community, aided by outdoor show appearances and frequent contributions to "The New York Times" (among other publications). "Fifty More Places To Fly Fish Before You Die", Santella follows his proven formula - interviewing fly-fishing experts about some of the world's most intriguing angling venues and adventures. These include many of the fly-fishing world's 'next big things', including: San Diego for mako sharks, Bolivia to sight cast for golden Dorado, flats-style striper fishing in Maine's Casco Bay, nocturnal sea trout angling in Wales and giant mahseer in the Himalayan foothills of India. Place descriptions and angling tales are accompanied by brilliant colour photos by some of the world's most celebrated angling photographers and each chapter includes enough 'If You Go' information to help the reader embark on the fishing trip of a lifetime.