SURVIVAL GUIDE TO BEGINNING FLY ANGLER by Skip Morris
You're getting much more than just a book here--twice as much.
Fly fishing has become more complex than ever before let's face it: it can be a difficult and frustrating sport for a beginner. But it doesn't have to be. With strong, clear instruction, the beginner can not only survive fly fishing but can thrive in it.
Skip Morris, the author of Survival Guide for Beginning Fly Anglers, has taught thousands of people to fly fish, fly cast, and tie flies in person and has taught hundreds of thousands through his books and videos and television appearances. For decades he s been thinking about how best to teach the art of fly fishing in a clear, easy-to-handle way, a way that carries you along and makes the learning fun. Finally he's put all that thought and experience to work in this book and the two DVDs included in it.
Survival Guide for Beginning Fly Anglers will teach you just what you need to know in order to select a good fly, tie it on, cast it out, and catch fish somewhere near your home. What it won t do is bury you under a mountain of unnecessary information.
Many of the book's chapters include 'Just the Basics'; sections, each of which strips all the information for a specific topic down to a short, concise list for quick reference.
Let Skip put a reassuring hand on your shoulder and speak calmly and plainly into your ear as he welcomes you into and guides you through the fascinating and exciting world of fly fishing.
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