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Essential Knots & Rigs for Trout

By Joe Mahler

Full-color illustrations, knots specifically for fly fishers & modern tackle, & detailed rigging information for nymphs, dry flies, & streamers are some of the things that make this guide unique. Each knot is meticulously illustrated to actually teach you how to tie it. Also included are leader diagrams, knot-tying tips & tricks, & information on rigging strike indicators. 120 Color illus.;4x6 inches, 96 pgs.

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ISBN: 0-8117-0716-4

EAN: 978-0-8117-0716-9

Binding: Softcover

Publish Date: 30/09/2010

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# Handy, pocket-size guide of more than 50 knots & popular rigs
# Full-color, detailed illustrations
# All the best modern knots for fly fishing, & how professional guides use them

Full-color illustrations, knots specifically for fly fishers & modern tackle, & detailed rigging information for nymphs, dry flies, & streamers are just a few of the things that make this knot guide different from the others. Each knot is meticulously illustrated with ample detail to actually teach you how to tie it, unlike some knot books that leave you guessing. Also included are leader diagrams, knot-tying tips & tricks, & information on rigging strike indicators.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Joe Mahler
, aka the Marker Jockey, has worked in advertising for over 25 years as an illustrator, art director, & creative director. His fishing illustrations appear regularly in Saltwater Sportsman. Mahler is a FFF Certified Fly Casting Instructor, member of the Outdoor Writers Association of America, & president of the Sanibel Fly Fishers. He lives in Fort Meyers, Florida.

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Weight0.15 lbs
Dimensions4 × 0.2 × 6 in

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