TYING DRY FLIES: HOW TO TIE AND FISH MUST-HAVE TROUT PATTERNS
Author: Jay Nichols, with Charlie Craven, Paul Weamer, and Mike Heck
Publisher: STACKPOLE BOOKS, Jan 2009
Presents traditional techniques & innovative patterns along with clear & concise instructions & photos for flies that will work for all kinds of insects in all kinds of situations. Its time to spruce up your fly box with these 26 essential trout patterns. Quigley Cripple, Foam Beetle, Hairwing Dun, Humpy, & more. 507 color photos, 4 B&W illus; 8.5x11 inches, 184 pgs.
* 26 essential patterns
* Traditional flies plus new groundbreaking patterns
* Lie-flat binding--perfect format for fly tiers
* Quigley Cripple
* Foam Beetle
* Hairwing Dun
* Turck Tarantula
* Quill Gordon
* Parachute Adams
* Barrs Vis-A-Dun
* CDC Comparadun
* Trico Spinner
* And many more!
This book of practical fly design is for every tier, from beginner to expert. Tying Dry Flies presents traditional techniques and innovative patterns along with clear and concise instructions and photographs for flies that will work for all kinds of insects in all kinds of situations. Its time to spruce up your fly box with these essential trout patterns.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
Jay Nichols is the publisher of Headwater Books and editor of 1001 Fly Fishing Tips. He lives in New Cumberland, Pennsylvania.
Charlie Craven is president of Charlies Fly Box in Old Towne Arvada, Colorado. He designs flies for Umpqua Feather Merchants.
Paul Weamer is a fly designer whose renowned patterns are distributed by the Montana Fly Company.
Mike Heck is an Orvis-endorsed guide, fly designer, and contributor to Fly Fisherman and American Angler.