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How to Flyfish: Tips, Lessons, and Techniques for Catching More Fish

Helpful guidebook providing good, basic information that is guaranteed to elevate your level of fishing. No matter if you’re a beginner or expert, there is always room to learn. 2nd Edition; 7x10 inches, 104 pgs.

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A licensed guide in the UK, John Symonds fishes with anglers of all talent levels, from rank beginners to experienced old-timers. He has seen the common mistakes that many fly fishers make and, over the years, has developed lessons that help anglers overcome their mistakes and really improve their fly-fishing prowess. In this book, Symonds teaches:

*Basic skills, from stringing your fly rod to tying on backing, fly line, leader, and tippet
*How to make casts for a variety of stream and lake conditions
*How to figure out what fish are feeding on, and then picking the proper imitation
*How to determine where fish are in lake or river
*Tips on using dry flies, nymphs, streamers, and caddis imitations
*And much, much more

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
John Symonds
regularly fishes for salmon, trout, and grayling in his home waters near Wales and also fishes the rivers of Scotland, Ireland, Eastern Europe, and Alaska. A certified casting instructor and guide, he is qualified to Advanced Professional Game Angling Instructors (APGAI) single- and double-handed levels, and is an International Federation of Fly Fishers (FFF) Two-handed Casting Instructor (THCI). He lives in the United Kingdom.

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