Fly Fishing for Beginners
More than 2,000 years ago, fishermen noticed insects that were eaten by the fish near the water’s surface. They fashioned rough imitations of those insects on primitive hooks and began catching fish. That was the beginning of a sport.
The Fly-fishing technique – from finding fish hideouts to understanding the lifecycles of the different insects they eat, along with the other complexities have fascinated fly fishers for thousands of years. To become proficient in the art, continual fine-tuning is required in addition to studying much about how to select your flies, how to adapt and blend the various materials used in the construction of a fly, how to construct a fly using defined rules in accordance with the state of the sky, the color of the water and the peculiar habits of the fish in different rivers.
You’ll find all the information you need to start flyfishing in ‘Fly Fishing for Beginners’, including getting professional pointers on finding the right stance, and information on the most common casting problems so you can avoid each one! What’s more, you’ll discover the basic equipment requirements for balancing, successful strategies for night fishing, ways to deal with weather constraints and changing water levels, plus strategies for successful lake selection.
Fly Fishing for Beginners also gives you step-by-step guidance on tying your own flies, and shows you the tools and materials right down to the best manufacturers and proportions you need. There is a whole chapter dedicated to hints and tips for all manner of fly fishing situations, as well as tour through some of America’s favorite fly fishing destinations (including details of particular rivers, what fish you’ll find there and the flies to use).
You will learn:
* The exciting history behind fly-fishing
* Surprising beginner tips, tricks and techniques
* What fly-fishing is all about
* The necessary equipment you need – from flies to rods and accessories
* How to tie your own fly (bonus video!)
* Types of casting and common problems to avoid
* The advantages and disadvantages of wet vs. dry fly-fishing
* The best time of day for fly-fishing – so you catch the most fish
* Fly-fishing techniques used specifically for boat or land casting
* The exhilarating practice of winter fly-fishing
* How to plan the perfect fly-fishing excursion
* The best fly-fishing locations – from coast to coast and abroad
* And More . . .
And that’s just a fraction of what you get!
Not only does it cover every aspect of the sport in great detail, it is easy to read and simple to follow. The full color graphics are brilliant and help even the newest of newcomers to follow the text. And the whole ebook is available in mp3 format as part of the package, so you can burn them onto CDs or upload them to your iPod and take them with you when you go fishing!
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Fly Fishing for Beginners