the fly tying bible 100 deadly trout and salmon flies in step by step photographs

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The Fly Tying Bible

Author : Peter Gathercole
ISBN : 0764155504
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Provides step-by-step, color-illustrated instructions for tying one hundred trout and salmon flies of varied difficulty.

The Fly Tying Bible

Author : Peter Gathercole
ISBN : 1854108654
Genre : Flies, Artificial
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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 grayling in rivers and lakes throughout the world. On each spread there is a key indicating which species the fly is designed to attract, a brief description of when and how it should be used, a full-colour photograph of the finished fly indicating the materials used for the body, rib, hackle, etc., the range of hook sizes for which the pattern is suitable and, on the facing page, easy to follow, step-by-step instructions for tying. A craft requiring patience, practice and the right instruction, this comprehensive guide has remained a highly popular choice among fly-fishermen since its original publication in 2003.

Production Fly Tying

Author : A. K. Best
ISBN : 9780871089298
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 83. 78 MB
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Make fly tying easier and more efficient with this edition. Best reveals concise and comprehensive instructions with tried-and-true timesaving tips. 299 photos.

Charlie Craven S Basic Fly Tying

Author : Charlie Craven
ISBN : 0811744639
Genre : Flies, Artificial
File Size : 32. 51 MB
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Learn to tie 17 popular nymphs, dry flies, and streamers Master fundamental tying techniques in a series of practical lessons "Charlie Craven's Basic Fly Tying" is a modern course in fly-tying fundamentals covering the essential tools, materials, and techniques needed to tie a wide range of popular flies. With 1,000 photos, Craven covers cutting-edge techniques for the more tried-and-true classics, such as the Royal Wulff, Adams, and Hare's Ear, and shares innovative approaches to current patterns such as the Brassie, RS2, and Copper John. With clear, concise text, Craven provides tips and techniques from his over thirty years of tying flies for fly shops on Colorado's Front Range. This book is built on Craven's successful fly-tying classes, which start out with simple flies and work toward more complex patterns, all the while teaching techniques and introducing materials by tying popular patterns that catch fish in Eastern and Western streams. This series of lessons show how flies build on one another, enabling readers to tie a wide range of patterns simply by breaking them down into parts. Craven illustrates the progression with his meticulous directions to fingerbusters like Copper Johns, Stimulators, and Humpies. This book, which is sure to become a standard text for basic fly tying, covers 17 flies (including recipes for popular variations), including the Brassie, Black Beauty, RS2, Hare's Ear, Pheasant Tail, Prince Nymph, Copper John, Woolly Bugger, Elk Hair Caddis, Stimulator, Adams, Rusty Spinner, Parachute Blue-Winged Olive, X Comparadun, Royal Wulff, Humpy, and Goddard Caddis.

An Encyclopedia Of Fishing Flies

Author : Malcolm Greenhalgh
ISBN : PSU:000064216508
Genre : Reference
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A complete guide that describes every conceivable type of freshwater and saltwater fly. Fishing Flies examines the entire range of fishing flies -- more than 1,300 in all, many by some of the world's most famous fly-tiers. These flies have been selected not only for their worth as lures but for their contribution to the progress of fly-tying. Specially taken color photographs show hundreds of fly styles and variations. Every fly featured in this book can be tied using readily obtained materials, and detailed instructions cover each step in the fly-tying sequence. Flies covered include: Trout and grayling flies Streamers and bucktails Flies for salmon, sea trout and steelhead Flies for freshwater predators Saltwater flies Useful tips, time-tested fishing advice, recommendations for environmental conditions and fishing style, and entertaining anecdotes round out this fascinating and complete resource. Malcolm Greenhalgh is a fly-fisher, fly-tier and conservationist, and for more than two decades he has traveled the world on fly-fishing adventures. He is the author of about 15 books on fish and fly-fishing.

The Fly Tier S Benchside Reference To Techniques And Dressing Styles

Author : Ted Leeson
ISBN : CORNELL:31924084819477
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 55. 21 MB
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This extraordinary book focuses specifically on trout flies, many of the methods discussed can be used or adapted to dress patterns for other species. This encyclopedic treatment of fly tying includes: selecting materials, thread handling, hooks, mounting and trimming materials, weighting hooks, tying techniques for underbodies, weed guards, tails, ribbing, gills, bodies, wings, legs, heads, eyes and more. Materials covered include beads, foam, plastic, tinsels, feathers, fur, you name it. With over 3000 full-colour photographs and over 400 tying methods discussed, all you fly-tying questions will be answered. The Fly Tier's Bench Reference is the perfect companion for anyone who ties flies, keep it at your side and you'll find yourself referring to it continuously.

The Art Of Fly Tying

Author : John van Vliet
ISBN : 1589233468
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 32. 69 MB
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Bonus CD-ROM included! From trout to salmon and from panfish to bass, catching fish on a fly that you have tied is exciting and rewarding. A classic for every flyfisherman's library, the easy-to-understand text and hundreds of full-color, step-by-step photographs in The Art of Fly Tying will teach you how to tie flies like an expert. This book will help you choose the right tools, select the right materials, identify aquatic insects and understand the eating habits of your intended catch, and to tie all the basic elements of any fly pattern. The book contains over 200 classic patterns from the original edition as well as 16 new saltwater fly patterns and a new section on saltwater fly tying techniques. Offered in a new easy to use, wire-o binding, the new edition also comes with a companion CD-ROM on which the author demonstrated his tying techniques and instructions live. New, easy-to-use lay-flat wire-o format with CD ROM companion Includes 16 new patterns and a new technique section dedicated to saltwater flies Remains the classic instruction book for beginning and novice flytiers Over 200 classic patterns for beautiful and effective flies

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