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A primer for tying the popular fly patterns used to catch Atlantic salmon in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador - and other places where salmon rivers exist. This book has 107 black & white illustrations, the majority showing the step-by-step procedures for building wet, dry, and deer-bodied flies.
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Len Rich is an award winning outdoor writer, columnist and book author who writes for many Canadian magazines, specializing in fly fishing for freshwater species. He was a 1991 recipient of the Canada Recreational Fisheries Award, and has been fly fishing and tying flies for more than three decades. His career has included development of hunting and fishing product for the provincial tourism department, marketing and promotion, and coordinator for the Atlantic Salmon Federation. He presently operates a fishing camp in Labrador.Review:
"Better buy two copies of this book. One is sure to become dog-eared next to the fly tying vise, and keep the other for your library." -- Larry Felt - MUN
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