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Flye Design

Author : Bob Popovics
ISBN : 0811713237
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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In the twelve years since his landmark book Pop Fleyes, Bob Popovics has continued to develop new fly patterns and improve old favorites. His new book includes 36 step-by-step tying and technique tutorials, over 12 new patterns, and numerous variations for every situation, plus contributions from a new generation of fly tiers who have been influenced by his signature style. Includes the Bucktail Deceiver, the Hollow Fleye, and other new patterns that have greatly influenced saltwater tying in the past ten years Improves on old favorites, including a full update for the Surf Candy Features contributions from well-known tiers such as Steve Farrar, Dave Skok, Johnny King, David Nelson, Paul Dixon, and Nick Curcione

Feather Brain

Author : Drew Chicone
ISBN : 9780811711968
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 56. 32 MB
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Step by step tying instructions and explanations of how the author designed 14 winning saltwater flies.

Fusion Fly Tying

Author : Greg Senyo
ISBN : 9781510701038
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 88. 41 MB
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Over the past 7 years, Greg Senyo developed an overwhelming customer base through his company Steelhead Alley Outfitters; the demand for many of his patterns has surpassed the supply. Because of this, he has generously written a step-by-step how-to guide to tying your own flies. Modern Steelhead and Salmon Flies will highlight 35 of the author’s signature and proven steelhead flies used across the Great Lakes, Pacific North West, Canada, Alaska – also Atlantic salmon and Lake Run Browns, tapping into and keeping up with today’s current and growing synthetic material market. Each fly design will be a visual and simulating guide through high resolution and complete step-by-step photography. Modern Steelhead and Salmon Flies will teach you how to work with synthetic materials that include the use of shanks, heavy wire, fish skulls and fish Masks, synthetic hackles and hair, new age flash, while also incorporating beads/metal components, forming and using new epoxy techniques, Copic air brushing and dying techniques, and a host of signature synthetic fibers and dubbings. With these new skills, the potential and creative possibilities of each fly-tying project will be greatly increased, while still maintaining traditional fly-tying disciplines.

Catching Shadows

Author : Rich Strolis
ISBN : 0811713296
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 83. 71 MB
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Noted commercial tier Rich Strolis shares his most effective patterns as well as the inspiration behind them to help anglers develop their own flies. Features dry flies, emergers, nymphs, and streamers for all seasons. Features 20 favorite custom flies, including the Rock Candy Larva, the Headbanger Sculpin, and the Shucked Up Emerger, as well as multiple variations for each pattern Learn how to fine-tune your own flies and tie patterns for any situation Covers a wide variety of tying materials, from the newest synthetics to traditional natural materials

Tying Nymphs

Author : Charlie Craven
ISBN : 1934753351
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"Forget everything you thought you knew about tying nymphs. Charlie Craven always seems to find more efficient ways to produce sexier flies. Not only does he have a critical and a creative mind, he is the best communicator in fly tying today, with a neighborly, engaging writing style and clear, detailed photography that will drag you kicking and screaming into the world of better fly tying." -- Ross Purnell, editor, Fly Fisherman magazine

The Best Carp Flies

Author : Jay Zimmerman
ISBN : 9781934753323
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 64. 78 MB
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Carp are the fly rodder's ultimate gamefish. This is the first comprehensive book on tying the best flies for carp, featuring patterns and techniques from anglers around the United States. With over 600 step-by-step photos and over 20 patterns by tiers ranging from Barry Reynolds to Bob Clouser to author Jay Zimmerman, including fishing information, this book is the definitive fly-tying resource for those who love the challenge of fooling carp on the fly.

Two Handed Fly Casting

Author : Al Buhr
ISBN : 1571883959
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 85. 92 MB
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Finally, the elements of two-handed fly casting are demystified! Two-handed rods ahve moved from relative obscurity to the forefront of modern fly-fishing. Their advantages over single-handed rods are undeniable, especially on large rivers, and places where back-casting is difficult or impossible. Casting these powerful rods takes considerably less effort than traditional single-handed casting once the basics are mastered. The use of both hands allows the caster to use leverage to drive the cast, taking stress off the arms and shoulders. This makes Spey-casting ideal for anyone who has experienced a loss of strength, or for those who may have experienced fatigue casting heavy single-handed rods.

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