Practical Guide to Fishing Flies

Practical Guide to Fishing Flies

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This practical book is divided into two sections. The first, Fly Tying Materials and Techniques, reveals the secrets to successful fly tying, with step-by-step sequences showing how to tie some of the best-known flies, while insider's knowledge will allow you to experiment with your own patterns. The second section, The Fly Selector, features 100 flies beautifully photographed in their finished form with detailed and expert information for every fly, including measurements and the materials needed to make each one. With 250 clear and colourful photographs and clear diagrams, this expert book, written by a life-long fishing enthusiast, will be an invaluable practical reference for fishermen of all abilities.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 96 pages
  • 237.49 x 302.77 x 14.99mm | 861.83g
  • LORENZ BOOKS
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 250 Colour Photographs and Illustrations
  • 0754819108
  • 9780754819103
  • 1,154,988

About Martin Ford

Martin Ford has been a keen angler for the last 40 years and has caught many different species of fish from all over the world, including sharks from South Africa and carp from Bosnia, Spain and America. He entered the world of angling journalism and is now the editor of Britain's longest established carp fishing title, Carpworld, and has authored a number of angling publications. He has a great interest in all diciplines of angling and is still very active on the fly fishing circuit.
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