This book shows how to tie approximately 60 dependable angling knots, as well as a number of variations, from which each angler may develop a useful repertoire to fit his or her personal requirements for rod, line, hook and lure. The knots are logically grouped into five sections, according to form and function. Within each section, they are presented in a sequence that takes into account any helpful similarity of structure and use. Each knot has a double-page spread, comprising of a sequence of illustrated tying stages and a photograph of the completed knot. These are supplemented by a comprehensive introductory section, giving angling history, terminology, definitions, types of fishing line, general tying tips and a knot-finder. .
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Geoffey Budworth co-founded the International Guild of Knot Tyers in 1982 and regularly contributes to its quarterly journal, Knotting Matters. He was recently described as "the father of forensic knotting" and occasionally gives evidence in court as an expert witness on knots found at the scenes of crime. A well-known personality and author in the world of knots, he now lives in Kent.Review:
Well worth buying and makes an ideal present. Angler's Mail
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Book Description Swan Hill Press, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11190405725X
Book Description Swan Hill Press, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M190405725X