Fly-Fishing Advice from an Old-TimerItem Number: 7942
The best way to learn fly-fishing is to sit down with an old-timer and listen to his tales. This book is the next best thing, as Ed Quigley shares his years of fly-fishing experience, knowledge, and insights throughout 326 pages dripping with riverbank wisdom.
Ed covers such vital and useful information as
- When to use certain types of flies
- How to create improvised flies right on the stream
- Choosing the best rods, reels, lines, and other gear
- Secrets of winter fishing
- And much, much more
Ed also shares anecdotes from his years of fly-fishing experiences. You'll benefit from his knowledge, ingenuity, and insights.
After reading this book maybe one day you'll be the "old-timer" passing this wisdom down to others.
Packed with black and white pictures and illustrations. 326 pages. Paperback. Dimensions: 6" x 9".