Beginner S Guide To Flytying

Author: Chris Mann
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ISBN: 9781571881847
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For the keen fly fisher who wishes to improve his chances of catching fish, fly tying is a necessity. This book shows you all the procedures necessary to tie a vast range of flies successfully -- popular flies like the Woolly Bugger, Pheasant Tail, Grey Wulff, and more. The authors explain about tools, hooks, and materials, and lead on to the basic skills of fly tying. The techniques learned here will stand you in good stead for all of your future experimentation, even the most complex flies are based on these skills. This book opens up a whole new world in fly fishing, it's time to start tying your own flies.

A Kid S Guide To Fly Tying

Author: Tyler Befus
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ISBN: 9781555664251
File Size: 71,66 MB
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This book is a complete, easy-to-use beginners guide to fly tying. Perfect for adults and kids alike.

Fly Fishing Made Easy

Author: Dave Card
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1461748453
File Size: 61,81 MB
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Clearly written and generously illustrated, this book presents a practical, informative approach, geared specifically toward novice and intermediate anglers. You'll learn how to select the right equipment, master basic as well as intermediate casting techniques, read the water in order to find the fish, study various types of water bugs to determine what the fish are feeding on and pick the right fly for the job.

Fly Tying For Beginners

Author: Peter Gathercole
Editor: B.E.S. Publishing
ISBN: 9780764158452
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Any angler who takes up the art of fly tying will discover an added dimension to the wonderful sport of fly fishing. This profusely illustrated instruction book shows beginners how to craft 50 professional-looking flies for trout and salmon fishing. Each fly-tying project consists of step-by-step instructions accompanied by close-up photos of the work in progress and a large photo of the finished fly. Beginners will learn how to make dry flies, wet flies, bugs, nymphs, hairwings, and streamers. They'll also get advice on which flies are best for catching which variety of fish. Author Peter Gathercole is the ideal fly-tying instructor, offering a thorough grounding in the core techniques required for fly tying, while assuming no previous knowledge on the reader's part. As he instructs, he also demonstrates that with good guidance and a little practice, every angler can tie a fly that is good enough to fool a fish. More than 500 color photos.

Basic Fly Tying

Author: Wayne Luallen
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811724739
File Size: 19,75 MB
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An illustrated guide for tying fishing flies.

Beginner S Guide To Fly Fishing

Author: James A. Casada
Editor: Barrons Educational Series Incorporated
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File Size: 14,28 MB
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Wherever you find a clear freshwater stream or river, you'll also find devoted anglers intent on matching their wits against trout, salmon, and other fighting fish. Here is the perfect instruction book for beginners. Clear, comprehensive charts detail essential information on how to choose appropriate flies, rods, reels, and lines for catching different varieties of fish. With words and pictures, author Peter Gathercole also coaches his readers on fishing skills and techniques, starting with simple basics that include assembling the fishing rod, attaching the fly, mastering casting techniques, and reeling. He takes novice fishermen through the many steps toward proficiency and a pleasurable fishing experience. He also offers refresher chapters for those anglers who have been away from fishing for some time. And even advanced anglers will find advice and tips guaranteed to improve their skills for their next fishing outing. This attractive book is filled with hundreds of how-to color photos.

Hairwing And Tube Flies For Salmon And Steelhead

Author: Chris Mann
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811731768
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The most popular type of flies used by salmon and steelhead anglers today Over 500 different patterns with origins, distinguishing features, and tying details Catalog of flies with color photos and full dressings for each fly The world's leading fly tiers have contributed their own unique flies and fly-tying advice to this guide to the most widely-used flies for salmon and steelhead. Chris Mann's remarkable computer graphics convey the flies with clinical precision and color accuracy. He has selected over 500 of the best hairwing flies, based on those submitted by leading fly tiers from around the world. This book will inspire fly tiers to try a whole range of exciting new patterns, tying techniques, colors, and materials.

Fly Fishing For Beginners

Author: Chris Hansen
Editor: Creative Publishing International
ISBN: 9781616739959
File Size: 49,24 MB
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Many anglers who wish to get started in fly fishing are intimidated. With so many choices of expensive rods, reels, lines, leaders and flies, it's difficult to know where to begin. And it doesn't help that a few of the so-called "experts" in the field write articles implying the sport is difficult to master. The truth is, to be a successful fly angler you don't need to know everything about everything. That's what sets this book apart from the many other fly fishing books available today. In these pages, veteran fly-fishing instructor Chris Hansen concentrates on teaching you the basics. For example, if you aren't sure what level fly angler you are, check out Hansen's "10 Ways to Tell If You're a Beginner." Want to learn how to fly cast? Read "12 Tips to Making the Perfect Cast." And if you think you must carry everything but the kitchen sink with you every time you wade into a stream, look at Hansen's "8 Accessories for Every Trip." Hansen understands the best reason to try fly fishing is that in many situations you can catch more fish with flies than you can with spinning or baitcasting lures. In this book's final chapter, "Catching Fish on Flies," he details these situations for panfish, trout, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and even northern pike. In addition, he shows you his "Top 10 Fly Patterns" for each species and the best retrieves for getting finicky fish to strike.

Fly Tyer S Guide To Tying Essential Bass And Panfish Flies

Author: Jerry Darkes
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493008692
File Size: 45,33 MB
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Fly Tyer’s Guide to Tying Essential Bass and Panfish Flies will, within a brief 128 pages, provide the beginning and intermediate fly tier with everything he or she needs to know in order to successfully tie the most successful, tried and true bass and panfish patterns.

Guide To Fly Tying

Author: Richard W. Talleur
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811709873
File Size: 15,59 MB
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A complete, full-color course in fly tying. Step-by-step photos and text for more than 100 patterns.

The British National Bibliography

Author: Arthur James Wells
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Complete Guide To Hunting

Author: Gary Lewis
Editor: Cool Springs Press
ISBN: 1616732849
File Size: 61,98 MB
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Make the most of your time in the field Whether heading into the field after a favorite game animal or pursuing a species for the first time, hunters want as much information as possible to make the hunt successful. This book provides tips and techniques for hunting more than 28 species of big game, small game, upland birds, turkeys and waterfowl. More than 300 photos and illustrations discuss choosing a bow or firearm; planning a hunt; scouting; hunting strategies such as still-hunting, stalking, using hunting dogs, driving, flushing and more.

The Orvis Guide To Beginning Fly Tying

Author: David Klausmeyer
Editor: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 161608622X
File Size: 73,39 MB
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An easy-to-understand, user-friendly approach to tying all of the important,basic flies you need to catch trout. Liberally illustrated with beautiful colorphotographs.

L L Bean Fly Fishing Handbook

Author: Dave Whitlock
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1461749700
File Size: 64,80 MB
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With colorful, concise, and easy-to-follow illustrations, The L.L. Bean Fly-Fishing Handbook offers a fun introduction to the sport. This friendly volume coaches readers on the basics of fly-casting and assembly of tackle without demanding that the reader invest tons of time and money. The goal here is getting started, and this useful, portable book won't sit on the shelf—it's meant to be taken outdoors for easy consultation. Author Dave Whitlock covers the foods fish eat and how to imitate those foods, details the necessary fly assortment for novices, and provides a useful glossary. Chapters added in this edition include approaches to saltwater fish species, ethics and sportsmanship, and methods for fishing from boats and float tubes.

Ultimate Elk Hunting

Author: Jay Houston
Editor: Cool Springs Press
ISBN: 1616732814
File Size: 53,46 MB
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The odds for a hunter bagging North America's premier game animal just became much greater, thanks to this book. Hunters view elk hunting as the pinnacle of the big-game hunting experience in North America. The average elk hunter is successful once in every eight years. Most of them are not happy with these odds and are continually seeking ways to shift the odds in their favor. This "how-to" book provides all the essential information that is critical to becoming successful at elk hunting. Chapters include: Understanding Elk Behavior Equipment & Gear What Makes a Great Elk Camp? Learning the Habitat Where & How to Find Big Bulls Calling & Other Strategies

Mid Atlantic Fly Fishing Guide

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