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1001 Fly-Fishing Tips: Expert Advice, Hints, and Shortcuts from the World's Leading Flyfishers

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Reading this one-of-a-kind collection of practical advice is like taking a fising trip across the country with over twenty-five of the world's fly-fishing experts. Over 1,001 of the best fly-fishing tips compiled by the former managing editor of Fly Fisherman magazine cover essentials from trout to tarpon, such as: casting with Lefty Kreh, matching the hatch with Charlie M ...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published December 26th 2007 by Headwater Books
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Trout Fisherman
Mar 22, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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You might expect a book the size of a house brick but those 1000+ pearls of wisdom from (I suspect) mainly American experts are in fact condensed into a trim, 216-page paperback that could fit into any fishing bag.
Divided into four sections – Technique & Presentation, Equipment, Hatches & Seasons and Travel and Different Species, the book is bursting with useful nuggets of easily-digestible advice, illustrated with line drawings where necessary.
It’s no Noddy-guide, either: even more expe
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Chris Webber
Jul 23, 2016 rated it really liked it
I've been fishing for a couple of years now. I liked the layout of terminology related to fly fishing (including trout foods like midges, mayflies, etc) and the tips for finding the best spots to fish.

Casting, however.....you can't learn this from a book. It's almost confusing to read. Get yourself a fishing guide or buddy to learn the best technique for casting, mending, and reeling in a fish.

Also, knots. Very difficult for me to learn by looking at book diagrams. A video would be better.

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