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Beginner’s Guide to Flytying

Beginner's Guide to Flytying
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This excellent book is targeted at the raw beginner to fly-tying and as such uses simple and understandable language to describe to a novice just what it takes to make fishing fly fit to fish with at the earliest opportunity. Some of the finer points

Fly-Tying for Beginners: How to Tie 50 Failsafe Flies: An Introduction to Tools, Techniques and Materials Plus Instructions for Tying 50 Failsafe Flies

Fly-Tying for Beginners: How to Tie 50 Failsafe Flies: An Introduction to Tools, Techniques and Materials Plus Instructions for Tying 50 Failsafe Flies
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The ability to tie your own flies gives an added dimension to the angler's sport - there is nothing so satisfying as seeing a trout rise, or feeling the tug of a salmon or sea trout, when you are fishing a fly that you not only chose but actually tied yourself. This book is addressed to newcomers to the art and craft of fly-tying and assumes no prior knowledge or experience. It starts by introducing readers to the tools, materials and basic techniques before going on to give clear, foolproof instructions for tying fifty tried and tested patterns, ranging from....

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The Fly-Tying Bible

The Fly-Tying Bible
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With a double-page spread devoted to each pattern, featuring step-by-step instructions in full colour, and ring-bound so that it will lie flat on the bench or table top beside the fly-tying vice, this is the ideal reference book for anglers who wish to tie their own versions of the most successful patterns in current use. Peter Gathercole starts with an introduction to fly-tying basics, materials, equipment and techniques. He divides the flies themselves into five categories: Dry Flies, Nymphs and Bugs, Wet Flies, Streamers, and Hairwings and cover patterns that have a proven success record in catching trout, salmon and....

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