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Illustrated with large, easy-to-follow drawings, this guide by of the foremost fly-fishing instructors, Joan Wulff, concentrates on putting the fly exactly where you want it.
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Long regarded as one of the foremost fly-fishing instructors, Joan Wulff concentrates here on casting for accuracy with a variety of techniques and training tips. Illustrated with large, easy-to-follow drawings, this is a guide to an aspect of the sport that is frequently overlooked in the zeal to catch fish. But as anyone who has perfected a variety of casts can tell you, fly presentation is a key to success, and a large part of presentation is putting the fly exactly where you want it.From the Back Cover:
For fly casters, the difference between catching fish and not catching fish often boils down to whether a caster can place the fly in a square yard of water - or a square inch. Fly-casting accuracy is a function of concentration, technique, and above all, training. And few people have trained more accomplished fly casters than Joan Wulff.Using teaching methods honed over thousands of students, Wulff leads readers through layers of elemental skills that when combined provide casters with the tools to deliver a fly consistently to a square inch of water - overhead cast or roll cast, off-shoulder or side arm, windy day or still, short cast or long. (7 X 10, 96 pages, diagrams)
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Book Description Lyons Press, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1558214658
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