Classic Steelhead Flies

Author: John Shewey
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811761614
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The definitive resource for tiers and anglers interested in the rich tradition of steelhead flies. Learn the histories of these classic flies, as well as how to tie them. • Covers steelhead flies from their origins in the 1890s up through the mid-1970s • Includes flies that remain popular today, as well as forgotten classics that were once popular or that exhibit stylistic merit • Contains 350 beautiful full color photos

Steelhead Fly Fishing And Flies

Author: Trey Combs
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ISBN: 9780936608037
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The classic book on steelhead fly fishing and fly tying. Contains over 100,000 words on the subject. Chapters discuss geographical distribution of the runs and timing, early development of steelhead fly fishing and fly patterns, steelhead fly-fishing techniques and tackle. Over 200 steelhead flies are shown actual size and in color along with tying instructions and where and when they were originated and how fished. 90 photos and illustrations show how to fish the various techniques, read water, and tie correct knots. Beautiful book necessary for anyone interested in fly fishing for steelhead.

Steelhead Fly Fishing

Author: Trey Combs
Editor: Lyons Press
ISBN:
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This full and brilliant book is the classic on fly fishing for steelhead trout. It is the culmination of a lifetime of study by the world's finest writer on the species, and offers practical advice on all aspects of the sport. There are exceptional chapters on the fish itself, the tackle and techniques used to pursue it under diverse circumstances, and such great steelhead rivers as the Deschutes, the Dean, the North Umpqua, the Bulkley, the Rogue, and the Babine. Memorable profiles detail the modern masters and the fly patterns they developed, with a color insert and black-and-white photographs throughout.

Spey Flies How To Tie Them

Author: Bob Veverka
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811762343
File Size: 56,31 MB
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Elegant and graceful, Spey flies originated on the River Spey in northeastern Scotland and are well over 150 years old. Author Bob Veverka gives the history and background on classic Spey, Dee, Don, Eagle, and Steelhead Spey patterns, including step-by-step tying instructions.

The Complete Illustrated Directory Of Salmon Steelhead Flies

Author: Chris Mann
Editor: Frank Amato Publications
ISBN: 9781571884381
File Size: 41,79 MB
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This is the most comprehensive directory of salmon flies ever published. Respected international fly-tying author Chris Mann has been studying salmon flies and their inventors for 30 years. He has corresponded with countless expert tiers in the United States, Canada, the Nordic and Western European countries, seeking out all their popular and enduring salmon flies. Over 1800 salmon and steelhead flies ̄each one illustrated in color and with its full dressing provided ̄make this the definitive reference, the all-in-one volume for salmon anglers and fly-tiers throughout the world. Chris Mann¿s vibrant illustrations of the flies show them with great clarity, accuracy, and consistency. The flies are ordered alphabetically, making it easy for the reader to find the exact fly and to check the precise dressing. Mann gives a brief introduction to each fly, noting its originator when known, and the reputation it has achieved. Included are the most important and relevant examples of each type of pattern ̄dry, hairwing, featherwing, hackle fly, Spey, Dee, shrimp, skater, marabou, etc. Also included is a bibliography and three separate indexes make finding what you want quite easy. This beautifully designed and illustrated book is destined to be a classic, found on the bookshelves of salmon anglers and fly-tiers worldwide.

Fusion Fly Tying

Author: Greg Senyo
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1510701036
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Thorough and complete how-to guide for fusion fly tying Shares essential techniques with clear instructions Written by Greg Senyo, an expert on tying your own flies Do you want to learn more efficient and effective methods for fusion fly tying? Are you wondering which types of synthetic fly work best for which fish and where? If so, this guide is for you. Fusion Fly Tying highlights 35 of Senyo’s signature and tried-and-true steelhead flies used throughout North America. They are suitable for many types of fish, including Atlantic salmon, bass, and trout. Fusion Fish Tying includes step-by-step and high resolution photography that is current and easily applied. Over the past seven years, Greg Senyo built a massive customer base with his company Steelhead Alley Outfitters. The supply of Steelhead Alley Outfitter’s resources doesn’t quite match the demand. To address this, Senyo wrote Fusion Fly Tying. This book will teach the reader how to work with synthetic materials, especially shanks, fish skulls and fish masks, heavy wire, new age flash, and synthetic hackles and hair. It smoothly combines classic techniques with modern technology to make fishing more enjoyable and efficient. Skyhorse Publishing is proud to publish a broad range of books for fishermen. Our books for anglers include titles that focus on fly fishing, bait fishing, fly-casting, spin casting, deep sea fishing, and surf fishing. Our books offer both practical advice on tackle, techniques, knots, and more, as well as lyrical prose on fishing for bass, trout, salmon, crappie, baitfish, catfish, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

Tying And Fishing Bucktails And Other Hair Wings

Author: Mike Valla
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0811765326
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The classic bucktails--Mickey Finn, Black Nose Dace--are some of the very first flies that anglers learn to tie, and they are the most well-traveled of all streamer types, from Maine to Washington, trout to salmon. With over 500 patterns, this is the only book to date written on bucktails as well as other hairwing streamers.

Spey Flies And How To Tie Them

Author: Bob Veverka
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811700320
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Balances tales of history with detailed, step-by-step,photo-by-photo tying instructions for three kinds of patterns - spey's, dee and eagle.

Super Flies

Author: Jay Nicholas
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ISBN: 9781500734893
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This first 6 x 9" black-and-white print edition features over 70 ink sketches including each of the featured flies, presenting a diverse collection of 52 Super Flies: patterns that have earned hall-of-fame status. This collection is well-stocked with trout and steelhead flies that I tied as a novice professional in the mid-1960s, finished off with a few of the favorite salmon patterns proven effective in the last two decades. The waters I have fished across Oregon include Cascade lakes, many Willamette Valley streams, the Deschutes, Klamath, Williamson, Rogue, North Umpqua, most of the coastal rivers, and the ocean near Pacific City. These flies have been effective in the waters I've fished, but more importantly, they have produced dependably for hundreds, perhaps thousands, of anglers who fished these flies in rivers and lakes across the western US states, Alaska, British Columbia, the Great Lakes, South America, and New Zealand. My personal experience - plus hundreds of stories told by friends and fly shop customers, all confirm the staying power of these flies.With a foreword by Rich Youngers, highly respected tyer of Classic Atlantic Salmon, Spey, and Dee style flies; former owner of Creekside Fly Shop; Oregon FFF Fly Tyer of the Year (2006); and Professional Fly Fishing Guide, Salem, Oregon.This is a basic bench-side tying-guide, but not really a technical tying instruction manual. You'll probably have more fun plowing through the fishing stories and fishing tactics advice that are sprinkled about in each fly description.

A Steelheader S Way

Author: Lani Waller
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ISBN: 9780811736602
File Size: 22,24 MB
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Steelhead legend Lani Waller covers the essential elements of fishing for trophy steelhead with prose as beautiful and surprising as the fish themselves. The blend of how-to and why-to not only captures the essence of these elusive fish but also uncovers what it takes to consistently bring them to hand. Waller shares his techniques for swinging wets and waking dry flies, including proper approach, presentation, and his favorite fly patterns, both classic and contemporary. Chapters on hunting trophies, equipment, casting, and conservation provide readers with a life's worth of wisdom learned from his time on the water. In this new edition of the bestselling classic, Waller adds two new chapters and several new fly patterns. Waller brings along some of his friends to help contribute to the book. Steelhead expert Bob Hooton's chapter on steelhead biology is a concise overview of the steelhead's life cycle, biology, and behavior; artist Dave Hall illustrates Waller's swinging techniques; and photographer Ken Morrish's stunning images capture the magic of the fish and the rivers they ascend each year. This all-star cast of steelhead fanatics has created a classic book that honors the fish as well as those who chase them, whether in the Pacific Northwest of United States, the wilderness streams of British Columbia, or the hundreds of tributaries that run into the Great Lakes.

American Angler

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The Steelhead Trout

Author: Trey Combs
Editor: Frank Amato Publications
ISBN: 9780936608778
File Size: 64,65 MB
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The Steelhead Trout is a classic. The original edition sells for as much as $60. Chapters cover the life of the steelhead, migration, range and habits from California to Alaska. The development of both fly and drift-fishing techniques is well documented, as well as a 135 steelhead fly pattern directory.

Steelhead Guide

Author: John Nagy
Editor: Great Lakes Pub
ISBN:
File Size: 54,67 MB
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Fishing Flies

Author: Malcolm Greenhalgh
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007525834
File Size: 15,64 MB
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The most complete guide to fishing flies Describes every type of fly – freshwater and saltwater Covers flies from around the world Every fly is illustrated with a specially taken photograph Flies are tied by some of the world’s most famous fly-tiers

Steelhead Paradise

Author: John Fennelly
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ISBN: 9780936608877
File Size: 62,71 MB
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Steelhead Paradise is the story of the legendary steelhead tributary streams of the Skeena River in British Columbia. It was written from a steelhead fly-fishing discovery perspective (both dry and wet) and contains much interesting information about the Morice, Bulkley, Babine, Kispiox, Sustut, and other rivers and how the author fly-fished them. Steelhead Paradise is a classic book. Many color and black and white photos, and map.

Michigan Steelheading

Author: Mike Modrzynski
Editor: Mich United Conservation Club
ISBN:
File Size: 21,27 MB
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Spinner Fishing For Steelhead Salmon And Trout

Author: Jed Davis
Editor: Frank Amato Publications
ISBN: 9780936608402
File Size: 59,40 MB
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The bible for spinner fishing and the most in-depth, non-fly-fishing book ever written about steelhead and their habits. Information on how to make spinners is complete, including how to assemble, obtain parts, even how to silver plate. The fishing techniques, lure, line color and size selection, and reading fish-holding water sections are excellent.

Field Stream

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Flyfisher S Guide To Idaho

Author: Ken Retallic
Editor: Wilderness Adventures Press
ISBN: 193209881X
File Size: 55,54 MB
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This is an updated edition of the best-selling guide book, with additional waters covered.