Fly Fishing Books
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The Hardy name has been synonymous with fly fishing for many years. Founded in 1872 in Alnwick, England, the Hardy brothers who were first gunsmiths began producing high quality rods and reels. They were the first to build bamboo rods with hexagonal profiles and their designs for reels became a standard which many companies still try to emulate today.
Al Ritt's long-anticipated 25 Best Most Versatile Flies: Their Histories, Stories & Step-by-Step Tying Photos is a contemporary look at some of the most popular, longstanding, and versatile patterns in fly tying that can be adapted for any species, including bass, bonefish, carp, catfish, salmon, steelhead, trout, and more!
This where-to guide highlights the best fly-fishing destinations in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, with each chapter contributed by the author, an expert outfitter, or guide for the featured water.
An Introduction to Fly Fishing for Trout does what few other books fly fishing books do well - offers clear instructions, insider tips, and more than a few secrets to both the new and intermediate-level fly fisherman. Comprehensive as well as approachable, this practical primer also includes over 200 color photos and illustrations to enrich the material.