Learning and honing the craft of fly fishing can bring great results and satisfaction. This practical and thoughtful book is the perfect tool for any angler looking to adopt a new strategy or a new sense of direction in their fishing. Many newcomers to fly fishing spend a lot of time frightening fish, hooking and then losing them, simply because they lack knowledge of streamcraft. "Fly Fishing in Rivers and Streams: Techniques and Tactics" provides anglers with information on selecting the right equipment for different sizes and types of waterway; approaching the river and fishing like a hunter; catching fish and, once caught, knowing how to land or release them. Like having an experienced friend on hand to show you the ropes, this book will help the thinking angler make the most of his or her time fishing, and will help anglers of all levels enhance their fly-fishing fishing skills.
Buy Fly Fishing in Rivers and Streams book by Terry Lawton from Australia's Online Independent Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(280mm x 215mm x mm)
New Holland Publishers Ltd
Publisher: New Holland Publishers Ltd
Country of Publication:
Author Biography - Terry Lawton
Terry Lawton is a passionate fisherman. He is a regular contributor to the online fishing magazine, Fish & Fly (www.fishandfly.co.uk), and has written articles in leading UK fishing magazines including Fly Fishing & Fly Tying and Trout and Salmon. He is the author of Nymph Fishing: A History of the Art and Practice (Swan Hill Press) and the interactive Fly Fishing Journal (Ryland, Peters & Small).