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"A complete guide that describes every conceivable type of freshwater and saltwater fly."
"Fishing Flies" examines the entire range of fishing flies -- more than 1,300 in all, many by some of the world's most famous fly-tiers. These flies have been selected not only for their worth as lures but for their contribution to the progress of fly-tying.
Specially taken color photographs show hundreds of fly styles and variations. Every fly featured in this book can be tied using readily obtained materials, and detailed instructions cover each step in the fly-tying sequence. Flies covered include: Trout and grayling fliesStreamers and bucktailsFlies for salmon, sea trout and steelheadFlies for freshwater predatorsSaltwater flies
Useful tips, time-tested fishing advice, recommendations for environmental conditions and fishing style, and entertaining anecdotes round out this fascinating and complete resource.
Malcolm Greenhalgh is a fly-fisher, fly-tier and conservationist, and for more than two decades he has traveled the world on fly-fishing adventures. He is the author of about 15 books on fish and fly-fishing.
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