Bug Making fills a distinct gap in fly-tying literature - the making and tying of all types of floating bugs. It covers everything from panfish poppers to smallmouth sliders, trout terrestrials to huge billfish popping bugs, saltwater skippers to pike poppers.
Bug Making covers all types of traditional, modern, and innovative designs. The emphasis is on easy, effective, and durable bug construction, using all of the important materials available today: deer hair, soft closed-cell foam, cork, balsa, PVC and EVA foams, Ethafoam, hard molded foams, cut and molded foam, and even esoteric materials such as turkey quills and surfboards.
This exceptionally practical and thorough book, with nearly two hundred helpful black-and-white photographs, is destined to become a classic in this previously untouched - and important - field.
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Book Description Lyons Press, 1993. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1558212582
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