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Explains the techniques of the riffling hitch, discusses the most common hitch configurations and the pros and cons of each one, and details the situations when the technique should be used most effectively for salmon fishing
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One of the best writers on salmon fishing on one of the best tactics for salmon.
Thomas R. Pero Editor and Publisher Wild Steelhead & Salmon Magazine
Art Lee again proves himself to be the foremost authority and best writer on what can be described as the culture of salmon fishing. This culture issues from skill and love of gamefishing and fish themselves. Fly fishing techniques are as complex as different languages. To catch fish you must be able to speak the right language for the occasion. Art Lee s Tying and Fishing the Riffling Hitch will help you learn the language of the hitch, master a unique and enthralling skill and adopt a kind of holistic approach to one of the most sophisticated refinements in all of sport. Once learned you will never go back.
Orri Vigfusson Chairman of the North Atlantic Salmon Fund and world-renowned angler conservationist
Art Lee is a great fisherman and a great writer. He is also a dedicated and tireless conservationist. Tying and Fishing the Riffling Hitch is the definitive work on this highly successful method of taking Atlantic Salmon that was popularized by the incomparable Lee Wulff."
Donal C. O Brien, Jr., Esq. Chairman, U.S. Atlantic Salmon Federation Chairman, National Audubon Society Senior Partner, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy
Art Lee is a man who always tells the truth.
Richard Adams Legendary North American Atlantic Salmon guide
This book, whose 105 pages are devoted exclusively to the exciting technique of the riffling hitch, is a delight, and will prove an inspiration to adventurous fishers wishing to give the method a go. The photographs are stunning, the diagrams clear and attractive, and the author s instructions concise and illuminating.
Trout and Salmon magazineAbout the Author:
Art Lee takes pride in being a fishing writer who really fishes. The work from his pen flows from his line as he fishes more than 200 days each year at home and abroad, where he has caught about every species of sport fish from bluegill to blue marlin. He has fished the most storied fresh and salt waters of the United States and Canada, South America, Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, and the Pacific.
Art is the only three-time winner of the Orvis Writing Awards for excellence in the fields of outdoor and conservation journalism. In his career, he has written hundreds of articles for a wide range of publications, including National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Fly Rod & Reel, Wild Steelhead & Salmon, Sports Afield, Fishing World Magazine, and Gray s Sporting Journal. He has published more words than any other writer for Fly Fisherman Magazine, which he has served since its earliest days, first as Northeast Field Editor, then as Contributing Editor, and now as Editor-at-Large. He is the first-ever Editor-at-Large of The Atlantic Salmon Journal, official publication of The Atlantic Salmon Federation. He s also the Editor-at-Large of the west coast-based Wild Steelhead & Salmon Magazine.
Lee and his wife Kris live and work in the Catskill Mountains of New York.
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Book Description Human Kinetics, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0880117826
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