Handbook of Fly Tying
|INSIDE:||549 colour photographs|
Widely acknowledged as a classic work on the subject, The Handbook of Fly Tying is written by one of Britain's leading fly dressers and includes: Choice of equipment and materials Essential preparatory techniques In-depth instruction for tying tails, ribbing, hackles and wings Superb step-by-step colour photography.
"This book succeeds through the superlative quality of the photography, meticulous production and attention to detail. Peter Gathercole is undoubtedly both an expert photographer and an extremely accomplished fly dresser" Fly Dressers Journal
"Anyone contemplating starting fly tying could do no better than have a copy of this book to follow. Great for all levels" Trout Fisherman
"A fine example of the "how to do it" type, and all aspects of fly tying are covered. Fine colour plates show each operation from a position behind the tyer's hand, with a clear and understandable text throughout." Tackle & Guns
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