Fly Fishing For Dummies
For those of you who have never held a fly rod, you will find enough information here to get you started. You won t be forced to discover everything all at once. If you re already a fly rodder, you ll find plenty of tips and techniques that you can turn to right away without going through the basics all over again. And if you re a master angler, you will find this book a handy reference for all kinds of questions.
Fly Fishing For Dummies explores the fun and fundamentals of fly fishing from tying flies to reeling in your catch. Whether you re a novice or a veteran angler, here you? 8217;ll find all the tips and tricks for choosing the right kind of gear; how and where to catch freshwater and saltwater fish; visual examples of the art of casting; and how to read the water, wade, cast, and (finally) land yourself a whopper. You ll also find out how to:
Identify the best fish to fly fish for from rainbow trout to black marlinImprove your catch and release techniquesContinue your education through recommended references and online resourcesChoose the right rod, reel, and gear to land the fish you are afterMaster all the casting styles you ll ever needTie your own flies or choose pre-made ones proven to get results With over 150 illustrations and proven advice,
Fly Fishing For Dummies is a great primer on fly fishing s essential elements.
- Paperback | 384 pages
- 188 x 234 x 22mm | 579.99g
- 17 Apr 1998
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
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-- Joe Healy, Saltwater Fly Fishing magazine 150+ illustrations will have you casting and catching in no time!
The fun and easy way(R) to get hooked on fly fishing
If you think fly fishing is only for tweedy uppercrust types, think again! With some basic gear and the help of this friendly guide, you too can experience the fun of casting a fly and reeling in a big rainbow trout. From buying a rod to finding the best fly fishing destinations, it delivers just what you need to get hooked.
Praise for Fly Fishing For Dummies
"It's all here . . . from choosing gear, to learning how to cast, to reading water, to catching fish."
- Jay Cassell, Sports Afield magazine
"With relentless wit, Peter Kaminsky has peeled away all the mysticism, social tone, and other impediments to learning about this sport."
- Paul Schullery, author of American Fly Fishing
Discover how to:
Choose the right gear Buy or tie basic flies Perfect your casting "Read" water and locate fish Fish the top U.S. trout rivers Cast for bass, saltwater fish, and more
About Peter Kaminsky
Table of contents
PART I: The Basics.
Chapter 1: What Every Fly Rodder Needs to Know.
Chapter 2: Choosing a Rod.
Chapter 3: Reels.
Chapter 4: Between the Rod and the Fish: Hooks, Lines, Leaders.
PART II: The Fish and the Flies.
Chapter 5: Trout and the Bugs They Love.
Chapter 6: Great Mayflies (And Why Trout Love Them).
Chapter 7: Tying Flies.
Chapter 8: Great Rivers for Trout.
Chapter 9: Freshwater Fish.
Chapter 10: The Beautiful Black Bass.
Chapter 11: Saltwater Fish.
Chapter 12: Saltwater Baits and Flies That Work.
PART III: Fly Fishing Essentials.
Chapter 13: Casting and Presentation: The Heart of the Game.
Chapter 14: The Right Time and the Right Place.
Chapter 15: Catching and (Often) Releasing.
Chapter 16: The Fly Fishing Wardrobe.
Chapter 17: Knots: A Few Will Do.
PART IV: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 18: Ten Good Books for Guidance.
Chapter 19: Ten Great Reads.
Chapter 20: Ten Top Fly Fishing Magazines.
Chapter 21: Fly Fishing as an Interactive Sport.
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