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Inhaltsangabe: This compact, little pocket book, the first ever to feature the natural insect next to its matching artificial fly, arms the angler with all the information he needs to select the right fly from his flybox. Superb photographs of aquatic insects (larvae, pupae, adults) with the artificial flies positioned alongside them Times of hatching The geographical distribution Whether it is a river fly or a lake fly, or both Life cycles of the insects Clues from the river and from the trout s behaviour Peter Lapsley contributes regularly to Flyfishing & Flytying and is author of several fishing books. He is a qualified national game angling instructor. Dr Cyril Bennett is one of the UK s leading entomologists, specialising in river insects. His photographs of insects some never before captured on camera add a unique element to this book.
It is truly a pleasure to browse though: a small gem of a book. --The Independent, Michael McCarthy
This book is a masterpiece of condensed detail set out in a most atttractive and reader-friendly way. No words are wasted. The reader is taken straight to the essential information. It is described as a pocket guide and indeed it will slip comfortably into the pocket. But the amount of information contained therein could fill a much larger volume. --Wild Trout Trust News
The layout is well thought-out and easy to navigate. After only a quick browse, I felt immediately familiar with the organisation of the book and could find the information I wanted quickly. The photos are excellent. This is the book every fly fisherman has been waiting for. Although it s meaty enough to be an interesting read, the book s achievement is that its clever delivery reduces the time you need to spend with it, leaving more time for fishing. --The Flyfisher
Buchbeschreibung Merlin Unwin Books Apr 2010, 2010. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 156x121x15 mm. Neuware - 96 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781906122201