Fishing Small Flies -- paperback

Fishing Small Flies -- paperback
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DUE NOVEMBER 2017


Most small-fly books concentrate on the fly patterns, but presentation and tactics are just as important as the pattern itself. Engle covers the difficulty of detecting strikes and how to best play trout caught on small flies and gives advice on the aquatic insect orders and how to fish the hatches, depending on the water and the stage of the hatch. Covered too are special considerations for rods and reels for small-fly fishing and tactics for light tippets. Engle describes fishing specific waters, including tailwaters, freestone rivers, and spring creeks.

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DUE NOVEMBER 2017

Most small-fly books concentrate on the fly patterns, but presentation and tactics are just as important as the pattern itself. Small-fly fishers must carefully observe the trout and constantly adjust their techniques as they go. Engle covers the difficulty of detecting strikes and how to best play trout caught on small flies and gives advice on the aquatic insect orders and how to fish the hatches, depending on the water and the stage of the hatch. Covered too are special considerations for rods and reels for small-fly fishing and tactics for light tippets. Engle describes fishing specific waters, including tailwaters, freestone rivers, and spring creeks.

AUTHOR 

Ed Engle is the author of Tying Small Flies, Splitting Cane, Fly Fishing the Tailwaters, and Seasonal: A Life Outside. He lives in Colorado, where he guides and instructs fly fishers on the South Platte River. His website is www.edengleflyfishing. com. 

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Sub Heading No
ISBN 9780811719742
Author Ed Engle
Binding Paperback
Extent 184pp, 184 x 232mm
Illustrations 20 Photographs
Ebook No
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