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ORVIS STREAMSIDE GUIDE TO FLY CASTING
Author: Tom Deck
Publisher: GLOBE PEQUOT ( THE LYONS PRESS, FALCON), Nov 1999
Crisp reference guide to fly casting features the Orvis Progressive Casting Method. Takes fly fishers from the grip & stance to such advanced casting techniques as double hauling, all in a complete yet compact book. Slips into vest pocket. Full color throughout; 4x6 inches, 128 pgs.
This volume's handy size enables anglers to slip it into a vest pocket or carry it on the flats skiff or drift boat. A valuable resource that cuts to the heart of what good fly casting is all about.
With its explanation of the Orvis Progressive Casting Method--tested by instructors at the famous Orvis Fly Fishing School in Manchester, Vermont--this is an excellent and handy guide to a crucial aspect of fly fishing.
THE ORVIS STREAMSIDE GUIDES SERIES
The Lyons Press is proud to introduce a new series of streamside guides developed with Orvis, the oldest and most respected outdoor outfitter in the country. These are practical, well-illustrated books--all in full color--designed as true "field guides" to central aspects of the fly-fishing experience.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Tom Deck is head of casting instruction at the Orvis Fly-Fishing School.