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Fly Fishing for Beginners : Learn the Basics of Fly Fishing
by Ron D. Kness




Overview -
If you have always wanted to learn how to fly fish, this book is for you. It starts out with how to select the right gear for you, such as rod length and weight, fly reel weight, fly line, etc. Now that you have your equipment, you have to know how to put everything together. Now that your rod and reel are together, you'll have to put backing and fly line on it. Needing that information, we move to the chapter on knots and specifically, the basic ones you'll need to know - such as the Arbor Knot to tie backing onto your fly reel and the Albright Knot to tie fly line onto the backing. Since your rod and reel are set-up and filled with fly line, it is natural that you would be ready to learn how to cast. This chapter talks about a few basic casts you have to know and how to master them. After that is a discussion on the four basic types of flies and how to make a proper fly selection. Now it is onto the stream with a discussion of how to find productive water that is the most apt to hold trout and how to choose the best fly based on what you are seeing streamside. From there we talk about several fly fishing destinations in the U.S. that make great fly fishing trips. That is followed by a chapter on ethics while on the water. How to treat your fellow fly fisherpersons. So as you can see, this book walks you from the beginning to the end in a logical step-by-step sequence. Get your copy today and start learning the "sport of kings".

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Overview

If you have always wanted to learn how to fly fish, this book is for you. It starts out with how to select the right gear for you, such as rod length and weight, fly reel weight, fly line, etc. Now that you have your equipment, you have to know how to put everything together. Now that your rod and reel are together, you'll have to put backing and fly line on it. Needing that information, we move to the chapter on knots and specifically, the basic ones you'll need to know - such as the Arbor Knot to tie backing onto your fly reel and the Albright Knot to tie fly line onto the backing. Since your rod and reel are set-up and filled with fly line, it is natural that you would be ready to learn how to cast. This chapter talks about a few basic casts you have to know and how to master them. After that is a discussion on the four basic types of flies and how to make a proper fly selection. Now it is onto the stream with a discussion of how to find productive water that is the most apt to hold trout and how to choose the best fly based on what you are seeing streamside. From there we talk about several fly fishing destinations in the U.S. that make great fly fishing trips. That is followed by a chapter on ethics while on the water. How to treat your fellow fly fisherpersons. So as you can see, this book walks you from the beginning to the end in a logical step-by-step sequence. Get your copy today and start learning the "sport of kings".


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  • ISBN-13: 9781500100858
  • ISBN-10: 1500100854
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: June 2014
  • Page Count: 96
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.31 pounds


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