Who says that fly fishing is as easy as A-B-C? In a sport laden with strange and obscure terminology such as ocelli, dapping, harling, and more, the language of fly fishing is complex and vibrant, which runs the risk of potentially being confusing. Luckily, Old and Middle English professor Darrel Martin has combined his love for words with his love for fly fishing in The Fly Fisher's Illustrated Dictionary, where you will find detailed historical, entomological, and practical information on more than 350 fly-fishing terms.
The Fly Fisher's Illustrated Dictionary focuses on everything from equipment and technique to the vagaries of fly tying, including detailed information on such subjects as tying proportions and terms, rare and unusual tying materials, and hook shapes. Full of photographs, illustrations and solid advice, it is not only usual book for any fly fisherman, but also is a fascinating read in and of itself.
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|Size: ||19.3 MB|
|Publisher: ||Skyhorse Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781629149523 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|