TYING FLIES THE PARALOOP WAY
Author: Ian Moutter
Publisher: W.W. NORTON & COMPANY, Apr 2002
First book to explain a whole new style of tying trout flies. The paraloop, like a parachute fly, rides low in the water (where the fish are). Versatile method can be used to tie a whole range of traditional fly patterns in an entirely new way. 275 color photos, 26 illus; 7x10, 192 pgs.
Every once in a while a really new idea comes along in the world of tying trout flies. Ian Moutter, with his detailed development and step-by-step sequence photos of what he calls the paraloop method, has developed an entirely new technique. The paraloop, like a parachute fly, rides low in the water (where the fish are). But unlike the parachute, the versatile paraloop method can be used to tie a whole range of traditional fly patterns in an entirely new way. Moutter outlines this method in detailed instructions and step-by-step photographs. No fly tyer should be without this essential book.
* A rare case of a truly innovative fly tying book.
* Will launch with a feature article by the author in Fly Tyer magazine.
* Fly Tying books with new news sell.
* "Tying Flies the Paraloop Way is a fresh, impressive book on dressing a great new series of trout flies. Ian Moutter offers a complete and well-researched method for creating a wide variety of important patterns that should be in the vest of every serious angler. If you haven't tied a paraloop, you will." -- David Klausmeyer, editor, Fly Tyer magazine.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Ian Moutter started fishing at the age of four and began fly fishing at the age of eleven. He became a certified professional instructor in 1994 and has contributed many article on various aspects of fly tying. He lives in England.