TYING FLIES WITH FOAM, FUR, AND FEATHERS
Author: Harrison R. Steeves
Publisher: STACKPOLE BOOKS, Sep 2003
48 effective & innovative fly patterns with step-by step color photos to tie them. Recounts on-the-stream experiences about how to fish them. 434 color photos; 9x11 inches, 144 pgs.
Complete reference on using ant, beetle, bee, spider, fly, and moth imitations to lure trout. Dozens of patterns.
*Using foam with other materials to create flies
*48 effective and innovative fly patterns
*Hot Spot Ant, Japanese Beetle, Katydid, Salmonfly, and Steeves' Mouse
*How to design your own patterns
Terrestrial expert Harrison Steeves brings years of experience fishing terrestrials that catch fish even in the midst of a mayfly hatch. Steeves has created patterns with foam, shows in step-by-step color photographs how to tie them, and recounts his on-the-stream experiences fishing them.
Contains many useful tips about using bees, beetles, ants, moths, flies and spiders to lure trout, as well as new information on terrestrial families, their food value and tying patterns that will inspire on-stream success.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Harrison R. Steeves is the coauthor of Terrestrials (0-8117-0629-X). Steeves lives in Virginia.