LEARN HOW TO FLY FISH: A STUDENT HANDBOOK
Author: Dana C. Cole
Publisher: Wildlife Management LLC, Jan 2003
Binding: CD Rom
Available on CD, the textbook used by "The School of FlyFishing" in its Outdoor Courses. Students use this comprehensive tool as a handy reference to guide them on a consistent pathway to learning the fundamentals of how to fly fish. Written in a simple, easy-to-follow style, each chapter or course is a step-by-step building block to succeeding subjects.
Entitled, Student Handbook: A Guide To The Fundamentals of Fly Fishing, it was written by Dana C. Cole, Director of The School of FlyFishing.
CD Features: a comprehensive, easy-to-use, self-study tool
Runs with any Windows-based PC browser . . . Microsoft Explorer, Netscape, AOL
600 pages . . . with links to other pages with a click of the mouse
1600 illustrations . . . pictures complement the textual descriptions
8600 links . . . interconnects all subjects, 11 chapters & courses on the CD
300 links to online resources . . . connect to a multitude of online features
Table of flies . . . full color pictures & descriptions of all the various fly types cross-referenced to insects they represent
Table of insects . . . full color pictures & descriptions of important aquatic insects cross-referenced to the flies used to imitate them
Reference library . . . lots of information of interest here
11 chapters: . . . Knots * Equipment * Fly Reels * Fly Lines * Leaders * Fly rods * Insectology * Flies * Fish * Casting * Reference library