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Fishing Bamboo: an Angler's Passion for the Traditional Fly Rod

By John Gierach

This book celebrates the art of the bamboo fly rod & offers a detailed & memorable portrait of the pleasures of "fishing bamboo." Has a helpful bibliography & lists of reliable rod dealers & modern bamboo rod-makers. A classic intro to bamboo rods & to the subculture of people who make, buy, collect & fish with them. B&W illus t/out; 6x9 inches, 128 pgs.

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ISBN: 1-4930-0743-2

EAN: 978-1-4930-0743-1

Binding: Hardcover

Publish Date: 20/10/2014

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An introduction to bamboo fly rod fishing by a master of the sport.

Once an angler masters a graphite rod, his interests often move on to the original fly rod, pliant bamboo. Until the mid-twentieth century, nearly all fly rods were bamboo. By the 1970s, fiberglass and graphite changed the world of fly-fishing. But more and more anglers are seeing bamboo rods in retail outlets, and want to give them a try. With this book, John Gierach, one of the nation’s top fly-fishing writers, provides a philosophical guide to the angler who seeks this new “old” method. Gierach discusses how bamboo rods are built, how they differ from graphite rods, and how using one will change a fly fisher’s approach to the sport. Fishing bamboo might be the pinnacle of fly-casting skill, and this book will help take you there.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
John Geirach
is a master fly fisherman who lives in Lyons, Colorado.

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Weight0.7125 lbs
Dimensions6.4 × 0.6 × 9.2 in

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