5 edition of Introduction to saltwater fly tying found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 153) and index.
|Other titles||Introduction to salt water fly tying, Saltwater fly tying|
|LC Classifications||SH451 .S313 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||2004004849|
About this Item: Lyons & Burford, New York, , second revised and expanded edition, with a signed inscription from the author. Illustrated with b&w photographs and drawings. " x ". pp. Blue paper covered boards, cover edges slightly faded. ".one of the finest books of instruction for all fly fishermen and fly kinds of flies - trout, bass and saltwater species.". The purpose of this introductory course is to provide the angler with the most basic look at the world of saltwater fly fishing. This class is designed for the “never ever” saltwater angler but feel free to join us should you like to enhance your skills and knowledge. The class is .
Taught by FRA Shop Specialist & Sage Pro Rob Kolanda The purpose of this introductory course is to provide the angler with the most basic look at the world of saltwater fly fishing. This class is designed for the “never ever” saltwater angler but feel free to join us should you like to . Author by: Peter Gathercole Languange: en Publisher by: Aurum Press Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 92 Total Download: File Size: 45,9 Mb Description: An introduction to fly-tying that assumes no prior knowledge or experience In the same format and by the same author as the best-selling Fly-Tying Bible Full instructions and step by step photographs showing how to tie.
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I goes into great detail on tying methods, which actually the beginner does need/5(3). Saltwater Fly Tying Books Saltwater fly fishermen take pride in their craft, and the best know that having the right kind of fly ties can make all the difference. These books look at the principles behind the saltwater fly and give you guidelines to set you on the path of successful saltwater fly tying.
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The book contains pictures of completed flies along with the page number to find the tying instructions/5(78). The best part about fly fishing is continuing to learn new things—constantly refining your technique will only make you better.
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