Fishing and tying small flies

by Ed Engle | 19 September 2019
Category: Fishing General
When fishing gets tough, fly fishers might be tempted to use bigger, flashier flies, but expert angler Ed Engle knows that tiny, sparsely dressed flies often work when nothing else will. With a little attention to tying the flies and fishing technique, fly fishers will take trout on flies as small as 24, 28, and even 30. Now combining his two classic books on small-fly tying and fishing to create one updated, second-edition volume, Engle covers the patterns and how to fish them. You'll learn how to find and observe trout in small-fly water; how to evaluate the major small-fly hatches; how to fish the surface and below; and how to strike, play, and land trout on tiny flies. Engle deftly covers small-fly history, and how the flies have developed. Tying tools, special materials, specific patterns for aquatic insects, tying techniques, and a full complement of patterns complete this book.
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When fishing gets tough, fly fishers might be tempted to use bigger, flashier flies, but expert angler Ed Engle knows that tiny, sparsely dressed flies often work when nothing else will. With a little attention to tying the flies and fishing technique, fly fishers will take trout on flies as small as 24, 28, and even 30. Now combining his two classic books on small-fly tying and fishing to create one updated, second-edition volume, Engle covers the patterns and how to fish them. You'll learn how to find and observe trout in small-fly water; how to evaluate the major small-fly hatches; how to fish the surface and below; and how to strike, play, and land trout on tiny flies. Engle deftly covers small-fly history, and how the flies have developed. Tying tools, special materials, specific patterns for aquatic insects, tying techniques, and a full complement of patterns complete this book.
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In stock online
Orders will not be processed until after the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions are lifted
Eligible for free delivery
104 Reward Points

Any purchases for more than €10 are eligible for free delivery anywhere in the UK or Ireland!

€34.93
In stock online
Orders will not be processed until after the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions are lifted
Eligible for free delivery
Quantity:
104 Reward Points

Any purchases for more than €10 are eligible for free delivery anywhere in the UK or Ireland!

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When fishing gets tough, fly fishers might be tempted to use bigger, flashier flies, but expert angler Ed Engle knows that tiny, sparsely dressed flies often work when nothing else will. With a little attention to tying the flies and fishing technique, fly fishers will take trout on flies as small as 24, 28, and even 30. Now combining his two classic books on small-fly tying and fishing to create one updated, second-edition volume, Engle covers the patterns and how to fish them. You'll learn how to find and observe trout in small-fly water; how to evaluate the major small-fly hatches; how to fish the surface and below; and how to strike, play, and land trout on tiny flies. Engle deftly covers small-fly history, and how the flies have developed. Tying tools, special materials, specific patterns for aquatic insects, tying techniques, and a full complement of patterns complete this book.

Product Details

Fishing and tying small flies

ISBN9780811736497

Format

Publisher (19 September. 2019)

No. of Pages288

Weight1364

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 280 x 382 x 16