We have all had a knot break or come undone on a big fish. Use this extremely helpful book to tie excellent knots. Crisp, easy-to-understand illustrations and text show you how to tie all the general and specialized fishing knots you'll ever need, as well as fly fishing knots. This is a handy book to keep in your tackle box.3 1/2 x 7 inches, 48 pages, Softbound
This is a gorgeous, all-color, step-by-step book that will make steelhead fly tying easy for you. Scores of crisp color photos show you how to tie all the most productive steelhead patterns including Speys, traditional wets, skaters, wakers, and dries. Beautiful color plates will excite you every time you look at them. Once you learn the different tying methods you will then he able to tie all the great patterns shown in the color plates. A magnificent book!
An all-color fly dictionary of the very best saltwater flies for inshore and ocean use. Effective flies for all saltwater game fish species. Photographed large, crisp and in true color by Jim Schollmeyer.Pattern recipes next to each colorful fly. This is a magnificent book featuring the largest display of working saltwater fly patterns!
The Bahamas, Costa Rica, the Florida Keys--each of these destinations is paradise, but to a saltwater fly fisherman they are the ultimate paradise. Not only are they warm and beautiful, they offer up some of the most heart-stopping and challenging fish on earth. In this book Al covers the ""big three""--bonefish, tarpon and permit--including a history and description of each, the best destinations for each fish, the most productive flies and techniques, knots, and more! 8 1/2 x 11 Inches, 80 Pages, All-Color
Successful fishing on Western streams requires preparation--you need to know what insects are emerging, when and where, and which patterns best match them. Now, thanks to Jim Schollmeyer, the guessing is over.
Hatch Guide for Western Streams is the third in Jim's successful "Hatch Guide" series.Jim covers all you need for a productive trip on Western streams: water types you'll encounter; successful fishing techniques; identifying the major hatches, providing basic background information about these insects. Information is presented in a simple, clear manner. A full-color photograph of the natural is shown on the left-hand page, complete with its characteristics, habits and habitat; the right-hand page shows three flies to match the natural, including effective fishing techniques.
Fly patterns, ideas, tips, tricks, shortcuts, and techniques from the “best of the best” demonstration fly tiers in North America.
The famous and unknown with one thing in common, they freely share their vast knowledge—to your fly-tying advantage! Dries, nymphs, wet flies, streamers, steelhead & salmon, warmwater and saltwater flies. All royalties go to supporting FFF’s mission: Conserve, Restore, Educate through Fly Fishing. Improve your fly-tying, and support a great cause!