Flyfisher s Chronicle

Flyfisher s Chronicle
Author: Neil Patterson
Publsiher: Constable
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2015-04-02
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: 9781472105967

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"Do interesting things and interesting things happen to you." Flyfisher's Chronicle takes us to where the last of the world's wild fish hide away. Remote destinations the author journeyed to with his fly rod, fly-tying vice - and his inquisitive and inventive mind. Here he developed new techniques and flies to outwit the different fish he discovered there - sharing tales with the many fascinating characters he met on the way with the same insatiable appetite for adventure.

The Henryville Flyfishers

The Henryville Flyfishers
Author: Ernest George Schwiebert
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 206
Release: 1998
Genre: Fishers
ISBN: 1886967083

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Flyfishers are Masochists

Flyfishers are Masochists
Author: Michael Wenkart
Publsiher: BoD – Books on Demand
Total Pages: 266
Release: 2014-04-10
Genre: Nature
ISBN: 9783735793560

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Fishing could be quite easy, however flyfishers seem to be masochists as they make this a difficult sport. Flyfishing is the king of pastimes. The most popular sport in the world, it captures the imagination of tens of millions throughout the world and many a family are slaves to the weekend fishing expedition. Whether it is a simple, gentle trip to the local pond or river to tickle the trout or just dangle a rod in the water on a sunny afternoon in a beautiful spot or a high-tech venture on an expensive, technologically equipped boat with the latest gear and accessories, it is a pastime that offers rich satisfaction to many. It can be a complex, sophisticated matter as well with knowledge of species, locations, techniques and equipment all playing a part in mastering the duel between man and beast. Dedicated players take it all very seriously - and spend a lot of time on money on their pursuit. But for many it is just a great excuse to be out in the open, in beautiful countryside, relaxing - and maybe having a few beers and sandwiches!

Chalkstream Chronicle

Chalkstream Chronicle
Author: Neil Patterson
Publsiher: Lyons Press
Total Pages: 328
Release: 1995
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: PSU:000024917766

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The enviable account of a family man who gave up a job in a big-city advertising agency for life in a converted stone stable within earshot of one of England's great trout rivers. A country-diary charm shines through Patterson's month-by-month, hatch-by-hatch account of the life most fly fishers dream of -- but never live.

Chalkstream Chronicle

Chalkstream Chronicle
Author: Neil Patterson (Fly-fisher)
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 0
Release: 1995
Genre: Fly fishing
ISBN: OCLC:755242340

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A Flyfishers Chronicles

A Flyfishers Chronicles
Author: John Giacon
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 155
Release: 2007
Genre: Fly fishing
ISBN: 047312453X

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Giacon's first book "The Magic Hour" gave us a glimpse of our own fishing beginnings; this rare tome is "True Confessions" time - the stuff we don't tell our loved ones about when they ask us that great question "How was fishing?" when we get home on Sunday night. This book is a chronicle covering all the fun and the miscalculations that all of us fisher folk easily learn to live with.

The Art of the Trout Fly

The Art of the Trout Fly
Author: Judith Dunham
Publsiher: Chronicle Books
Total Pages: 134
Release: 2003-10-09
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: 0811841561

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The trout fly is both a tool for catching fish and an object of exquisite beauty. Newly reissued in a handsome hardcover edition, The Art of the Trout Fl captures the blending of art and function in these amazing constructions of fur, feather, fiber, and thread. Forty-three international masters of flytying share the secrets of their craft in wise and witty personal essays, each accompanied by a gorgeously rendered photograph of their most distinctive creations, as well as a list of the materials used to bring the flies to life. Also included is an illuminating introduction discussing the contributions of the flytyers to fly design, and exploring why tyers the world over are so fascinated by the craft. A justly celebrated classic, The Art of the Trout Fly is an excellent introduction to flytying for the novice and a valuable source of information and inspiration for the experienced fly-fisher.

Atlantic Salmon Chronicles

Atlantic Salmon Chronicles
Author: E. Richard Nightingale
Publsiher: Sycamore Island Books
Total Pages: 490
Release: 2000-09
Genre: Atlantic salmon fishing
ISBN: CORNELL:31924076522634

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Atlantic Salmon Chronicles is the most instructive salmon book in 40 years. An artful blend of technology, analysis and lyrical prose, it is the perfect complement to Lee Wulff's 1958 classic on Atlantic salmon. Richard Nightingale has been fishing most of his life and salmon fishing for more than three decades. Ever challenging conventional wisdom, in the first half of this book he offers a totally new look at fly rods and lines, a critical evaluation of fly reels, new insights into how one chooses flies and a review of other fishing tackle and equipment. The second half of the book contains a widely acclaimed evaluation of the conservation of Atlantic salmon as well as a sentimental journey along his "sacred salmon rivers." With its clean, elegant writing; evocative original art by Thomas A. Daly; exquisite color photographs; and some of the author's favorite salmon recipes, this truly is a book to savor.