A Guide To Salmon Flies

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A Guide To Salmon Flies

Author : John Buckland
ISBN : 1852232463
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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With almost 400 salmon flies from the major countries where salmon are found, this is a comprehensive source book. The dressing for each fly is given in detail with information on its use, its history or design, with an accompanying colour photograph.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Hairwing And Tube Flies For Salmon And Steelhead

Author : Chris Mann
ISBN : 0811731766
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The most popular type of flies used by salmon and steelhead anglers today Over 500 different patterns with origins, distinguishing features, and tying details Catalog of flies with color photos and full dressings for each fly The world's leading fly tiers have contributed their own unique flies and fly-tying advice to this guide to the most widely-used flies for salmon and steelhead. Chris Mann's remarkable computer graphics convey the flies with clinical precision and color accuracy. He has selected over 500 of the best hairwing flies, based on those submitted by leading fly tiers from around the world. This book will inspire fly tiers to try a whole range of exciting new patterns, tying techniques, colors, and materials.
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Irish Trout And Salmon Flies

Author : E.J. Malone
ISBN : 0953364801
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"...essentially a dictionary of over 800 traditional and modern dressings from an Irish fly-tyer's notebook, filling a major gap in angling literature: there is information on hooks, fly-dressing materials and their preparation, with a guide to vegetable dyeing and the materials used to obtain the subtle colours beloved by the traditional fly tyers. Trout and salmon fly dressings each have their own section, and there are appendixes that provide information on where to fish throughout Ireland, and often on which flies are particularly effective in each area." This paperback edition, published in 1998 by Coch-y-Bonddu Books, Machynlleth, was intended as a less expensive re-issue of the "limited" second edition which was published in 1993 by The Flyfisher's Classic Library. Good colour photographs of flies tied by Frankie McPhilips. The first edition is out-of-print and already scarce and hard to find.

Trout Salmon Flies Of Ireland

Author : Peter O'Reilly
ISBN : 0811716104
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This comprehensive guide features traditional Irish flies as well as proven imports--how to tie them and how best to use them.
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Carrie Stevens

Author : Graydon R. Hilyard
ISBN : 0811703533
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 30.41 MB
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This long-awaited book is both a history of the woman and the region, as well as a guide to the Stevens method. It includes color plates of original patterns, some only recently discovered, along with a biography illustrated with archival photos.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

100 Best Flies For Atlantic Salmon

Author : Topher Browne
ISBN : 0984227180
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 78.10 MB
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Celebrated salmon-fishing experts from across the globe contribute to this collection that showcases the very best contemporary fly patterns from Canada, Scotland, Iceland, Ireland, Norway, Russia, and Germany. Featuring many tube flies that demonstrate a wide range of cutting-edge designs, this outdoor companion illustrates the most effective modern salmon flies inspired by rivers on both sides of the Atlantic. The guide is conveniently organized according to the four principal methods of fishing for Atlantic salmon—dry fly, riffling hitch, wet fly, and sunk fly—and the instructions for each is accompanied by a color photograph of a flawlessly tied sample. Perfect for fishing trips, this handy reference contains 10 bonus patterns and comes with a durable laminated cover made to resist wear and tear.
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Featherwing And Hackle Flies For Salmon And Steelhead

Author : Chris Mann
ISBN : 0811739899
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 70.42 MB
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This international directory of old and modern featherwing salmon flies features dressings from North America and Europe. The origins of patterns, precise dressings, and superb color illustrations will inspire fly tiers to attain new heights of achievement
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Trout And Salmon Flies Of Scotland

Author : Stan Headley
ISBN : 0811717615
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 52.6 MB
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Loch flies, river flies, and salmon and sea trout flies are profiled in this beautifully illustrated guide. Each fly is shown in full color, as tied by the author or a regional expert, and each is accompanied by a list of materials. The author also provides expert advice on when, where, and how to fish each fly. 38 color photos.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Fish Flies

Author : Terry Hellekson
ISBN : 9781586856922
Genre : Reference
File Size : 34.47 MB
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This is the definitive book on fly-tying, with thousands of fly patterns included for the enthusiast. Expert angler, fly tier, and author Terry Hellekson addresses everything from the history of fly-fishing around the world to the history of fly tying and fly-tying materials. Hellekson shares interviews with fly-tying greats of years past, along with the fascinating history and background of some of the popular individual flies, making this a great read. His colorful recollections of people and events will intrigue and delight even the most serious fly tier. He also shares years of wisdom and knowledge on fly-tying colors; fly patterns; fly-tying tools, hooks, and materials; and fly-fishing and fly-tying methods. Hellekson' depicts hundreds of intricate patterns for dry flies, wet flies, and nymphs. Mayfly, stonefly, and caddisfly species are widely represented with simulations of the phases of their respective life cycles. Detailed patterns for terrestrials, damselflies and dragonflies, leeches and worms, midges, crustaceans, streamers, shad flies, steelhead flies, Atlantic salmon flies, Spey flies, Pacific salmon flies, and salmon and steelhead dry flies round out the book. This encyclopedia is organized into two distinct parts: the first section describes the origins of fly-fishing; the concepts of vision and perception of color; and the tools and materials from which artificial flies are created. It addresses dry flies, wet flies, nymphs, stoneflies, mayflies, and caddisflies. The second section of the book thoroughly attends to the simulation of other insect orders, such as terrestrials and crustaceans, and then delves into the specifics of streamers, shad flies, steelhead flies, and more. Even a fly-fishing novice will be enthralled with illustrations that clarify the patterns in a reader-friendly style. Line illustrations throughout, plus more than 2,950 detailed fly patterns-including 695 flies shown in full color-make this a comprehensive fly-tying encyclopedia beyond compare. Terry Hellekson was born into the world of fly-fishing and spent his early life in Happy Camp, California, where his father had a fly-fishing guide service on the Klamath and Trinity rivers during the 1940s and 1950s. Hellekson not only fly-fished and tied flies as a youth, but he developed many new fly patterns and eventually became immersed in all phases of the fly-fishing and fly-tying businesses. He founded Fly Fishing Specialties, a wholesale and retail business. He continually exchanges information with leading experts in fly-fishing and fly tying. Hellekson has traveled the world discovering sources for fly-tying materials and other products that he sold on the international market. He has also fished many of the great lakes and rivers of the world, traveling to such far off places as Kashmir to test the waters of the Himalayas. Hellekson is one of the founders of the Northern Utah Fly Fishers and the Granite Bay Fly Casters in northern California. Through fly-tying classes and fly-fishing clinics, he has taught countless numbers of fly fishers the fine points of the sporting art. Besides the many articles he has written on fly-fishing and fly tying, he has authored two books, Popular Fly Patterns (1976) and Fish Flies (1995), with this revised edition the culmination of a lifetime of work. He has also made generous contributions to the works of other authors. He now lives and fishes with his wife, Patricia, in Montana, where they have the famous Kootenai River at their doorstep.
Category: Reference

Shrimp And Spey Flies For Salmon And Steelhead

Author : Chris Mann
ISBN : 0811714284
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 73.52 MB
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360 patterns from Ireland, Scotland, the U.K., Iceland, Scandinavia, Canada, and the U.S. Shrimp and spey patterns have always been important to the history of Atlantic salmon fishing, and today they continue to be the most popular type of flies for salmon and steelhead. This landmark reference is the first book to bring together the traditions of Atlantic salmon flies on both sides of the Atlantic with the steelhead fisheries of North America.
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Pacific Salmon Flies

Author : Cecilia Kleinkauf
ISBN : 1571884890
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 49.55 MB
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Headed to Alaska or the Northwest to go salmon fishing? Need to tie some flies before you go? Want some new fly ideas? If you answered yes to any of these questions then this book will let you in on some of Cecilia “Pudge” Kleinkauf's original, secret fly patterns plus some traditional, “always in your box” flies for salmon. Pudge has been guiding as well as tying and inventing flies in Alaska for over twenty-five years. The patterns included in this book, the tips and techniques Pudge gives you for fishing them, plus the handy chart for matching fly with species will help you target sockeye, silver, pink, chum and king salmon like never before.
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Flyfisher S Guide To Idaho

Author : Ken Retallic
ISBN : 9781932098815
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 46.59 MB
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This is an updated edition of the best-selling guide book, with additional waters covered.
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Feather Craft

Author : Kevin W. Erickson
ISBN : 9780811765459
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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First ever photographic and illustrated guide to the unusual and beautiful feathers used in salmon fly patterns, some common, others rare. In addition to macro photos of individual feathers and striking portraits of complete capes, Allison McClay’s classic portraits of birds in the field bring life to the text. Through 16 classic and current flies, shown with complete step by step photos, the author teaches techniques for working with the feathers and also shares modern substitutes to more obscure feathers used in traditional salmon fly tying.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Flyfisher S Guide To Oregon

Author : Gary Weber
ISBN : 9781940239231
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 39.40 MB
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From kyped brown trout, lake-dwelling rainbow and brook trout and crazy numbers of smallmouth bass and native sea-run and inland cutthroat to spawning-bound salmon and the hallowed wild and native steelhead, Oregon is the place for great flyfishing. Gary Weber's all-new Flyfisher's Guide to Oregon details these outstanding fishing opportunities like no other guidebook on the market. Weber covers the hot spots and lesser known fisheries with personal experiences, history, effective techniques for both trout and anadromous species, appropriate gear and flies, access points, nearby fly shops, and much more. His stunning visuals paint the full picture of the fishing in this gorgeous state. From mainstays like the Owyhee, Deschutes, North Umpqua and Sandy rivers to lesser known jewels like the Malheur and John Day rivers, Weber has put in the river-time so that you can get down to business. Many more tributaries, lakes and reservoirs are covered. Weber is a veteran Oregon writer who has covered the state's flyfishing opportunities for years. This book comes standard with Wilderness Adventures Press' precise and detailed full-color maps, with GPS coordinates for all access points, boat ramps, and parking areas, along with access roads, public land and more. As Lefty once said: "If someone can't find locations from these maps - they need to stay home." Whether you're an Oregon lifer or new to the state, get an edge with this all-new guidebook.
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Poul Jorgensen S Book Of Fly Tying

Author : Poul Jorgensen
ISBN : 1555660029
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Poul Jorgensen is perhaps the nation's most prominent fly-tier, teacher of fly tying, and writer on the subject.
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Guide To Fly Tying

Author : Dick Talleur
ISBN : 9780811751377
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 26.15 MB
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Step-by-step color sequences for more than 100 patterns Acclaimed tier and master teacher Dick Talleur presents the fundamentals and key techniques for tying all the popular patterns, with step-by-step color photos and explicit text showing every nuance of the process. This book builds on Talleur's classic reference, Mastering the Art of Fly Tying, one of the first to go beyond the simple recipe-photo format to provide detailed explanations of technique. That book taught a generation of fly fishers how to tie; Guide to Fly Tying offers the same scope and approach while incorporating the latest in materials, tools, and techniques.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Salmon On A Fly

Author : Lee Wulff
ISBN : CORNELL:31924062757319
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Thirty essays on fly-fishing detail the author's trips to Canada, Iceland, and other places in search of salmon as well as his thoughts on equipment and fishing advice for beginners
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Fly Tyer S Guide To Tying Essential Bass And Panfish Flies

Author : Jerry Darkes
ISBN : 9781493008698
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 79.80 MB
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Fly Tyer’s Guide to Tying Essential Bass and Panfish Flies will, within a brief 128 pages, provide the beginning and intermediate fly tier with everything he or she needs to know in order to successfully tie the most successful, tried and true bass and panfish patterns.
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Fly Fishing For Salmon And Sea Trout

Author : Arthur Oglesby
ISBN : 1852238402
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A guide to the lives and habits of migratory fish. This book also explains the practical elements of tackle, flies, casting, presentation and boating, plus hooking, playing and landing fish. Other work by the author includes Salmon and Reeling In.
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