Covers the basic skills of fly casting, chf)ice of flies and tackle, and introduction to the foods fish eat, and an invaluable glossary, plus much more. "The beginner could not find a better guide ..". -- Fly Fisherman
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The name L. L. Bean is acknowledged as being the tops in outdoor gear. This handbook justifiably bears that brand. A handsomely illustrated Text enhanced with photographs, Dave Whitlock's book covers the Zen of fly fishing, the craft or how-to, the strategies for various fish, how to "read" both fish and stream, and describes the art of tying various flies, and the latest in fly- fishing attire. Whitlock addresses both fresh- and saltwater considerations, the ethics of fishing, and has compiled an excellent list of publications and organizations of interest to the fisher.From the Back Cover:
This new all-color and updated edition of the famous L.L. Bean Fly-Fishing Handbook is based on the methods time-tested in the Bean Fly Fishing Schools. It covers the basic skill of fly casting and choice and assembly of tackle, as well as tips on safety, an introduction to the foods fish eat (and how to imitate them), a group of recommended fly assortments, and a useful glossary. New chapters include saltwater fish species, ethics and sportsmanship, and fishing from boats and float tubes. The L.L. Bean Fly-Fishing Handbook shows that it is easy to use a fly rod skillfully and to tie flies that will catch trout. This book presents fly fishing as a sport that can provide limitless pleasure. (7 X 10, 192 pages, color photos, illustrations, diagrams, charts)
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