Ted Leeson and Jim Schollmeyer Fly Tier's Benchside Reference

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Fly Tier's Benchside Reference

by: Ted Leeson and Jim Schollmeyer | Item #: BV-800160-0000

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This is the definitive work on all things fly tying. Features over 3000 color photographs with text describing and showing, step-by-step, hundreds of fly-tying techniques. Every fly tyer (or tier) should have this book in his or her library!


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A must have for your bench

Reviewer: A viewer from Fort Collins, CO

This does not have recipes, but does have a vast amount of techniques for tying that you may find useful. Sometimes numerous ways to do the same thing. This book has been invaluable.

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Must have!

Reviewer: A viewer from Roseville, MI US

This book is an essential part of my fly tying library, I get new ideas to improve my tying skills every time I open the cover.

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5 plus stars

Reviewer: A viewer from Allegan, MI US

This book is everything and more than one could of expected.Every tier should have it in their library.Wish i bought this book before all the others.THis book will improve any ones tying.Top notch.

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Excellent book

Reviewer: A viewer from Royal Oak, MI US

This is the absolute best book for tying "how-to's" on the market today. I have never seen a tying book with so much info packed into one book. I've learned ways to do specialized bodies, wings and other thing's from this book that I didn't even know exisited.

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More credible information than most could ever hop

Reviewer: A viewer from Catawissa, PA US

Think of any technique that has been used to tie flies since the dawn of the sport up until the time of publication... it's in this book. A whopping great volume, there is likely more information contained within the covers of this book than most amateur tiers will ever get around to using. One of the best things about it is that flipping through the pages every so often gets the old creative juices flowing. Many are the times that I have glanced over a technique and suddenly looked up in epiphany with a thought about how to tie something "better" for the local waters; at that point I close the book and head for the vise. As another reviewer commented, this book could easily replace several others that focus on tying techniques; it's simply that good.

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