Trout Flies is divided into three parts: Part 1 gives the entire philosophy of fly tying, including a lucid 'Unified Theory of Trout Flies.' Part 2 covers the full range of searching flies for trout: dries, nymphs, wets, and streamers. Part 3 covers a broad array of imitative fly pattern styles and variations that catch trout. Crisp color photos and clearly-written captions show and tell you how to tie each fly listed in the book. In Trout Flies Dave Hughes has tried to gather the largest collection of patterns for trout food forms--including insects, crustaceans, leeches and other things that trout eat. If you are among the many who own Ted Leeson and Jim Schollmeyer's important Fly Tier's Benchside Reference, then you'll benefit from this book as a companion to it, because it enables you to apply their methods to specific patterns that in turn let you go out and catch more trout. 8.5 x 11 inches; Hardbound; 480 pages,1,445 color photos.
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