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This history of nymphing history and lore, sound entomological guidance, tying advice, and how-to instruction is written by an international selection of master fly-fishermen.
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Nymphs are the most versatile imitations in anyone's fly box. Here is a treasury of nymphing lore and tying advice from many renowned fishermen, including: Al McClane, Frank Sawyer, V. S. Hidy, Al Caucci, Bob Nastasi, Poul Jorgensen, Lefty Kreh, Carl Richards, Dave Whitlock, Ed Zern.The contributors address such topics as: The naturals' life cycles, the best imitations, reading water, special casts, nymphs for bass, bluegill, and other fish.No other book combines such a variety of techniques from so many accomplished fishermen. (7 x 10, 272 pages, b&w photos, illustrations)J. Michael Migel also edited The Masters on the Dry Fly and The Stream Conservation Handbook.Leonard M. Wright Jr. was the author of Fishing the Dry Fly as a Living Insect and Fly-Fishing Heresies.
"This book has most of the answers in a variety of writing styles, from highly technical to downright amusing. The neat thing about an anthology is that each chapter is self-contained, and you can browse like a brown trout among the caddis larvae before taking an offering."--The Statesman-Journal (Portland, OR)
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Book Description Robert Hale Ltd, 1994. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110709053517
Book Description Robert Hale Ltd, 1994. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0709053517