Lefty Kreh's Presenting the Fly: A Practical Guide to the Most Important Element of Fly Fishing

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“In this big book, the shared experiences and observations of a master angler at the pinnacle of his prowess seem not only illuminating but inspirational as well. After Lefty’s coaching, our next time on the water is bound to be our best ever!”
—Lamar Underwood, writer and former editor-in-chief, Sports Afield and Outdoor Life

“We have waited years for Lefty’s book on presenting the fly. This is Lefty’s finest work.”
—John Randolph, editor, Fly Fisherman

“This book by Lefty Kreh...

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Overview

“In this big book, the shared experiences and observations of a master angler at the pinnacle of his prowess seem not only illuminating but inspirational as well. After Lefty’s coaching, our next time on the water is bound to be our best ever!”
—Lamar Underwood, writer and former editor-in-chief, Sports Afield and Outdoor Life

“We have waited years for Lefty’s book on presenting the fly. This is Lefty’s finest work.”
—John Randolph, editor, Fly Fisherman

“This book by Lefty Kreh is an absolute cracker and it confirms my opinion that he is without a doubt one of the most talented and knowledgeable fly fishers of the century. The excellent tips given in this volume are alone worth the price of the book.” —John Goddard

“Lefty Kreh, fly fishing’s lone icon, takes our sport into the twenty-first century with PRESENTING THE FLY. This is a must-read journey that only Lefty could write.” —Trey Combs

“PRESENTING THE FLY is a library of excellent information and instructions as only Lefty can do so well. It’s a book we can all use to become more skillful fly fishers in fresh and salt water.” —Dave Whitlock

Lefty Kreh’s Presenting the Fly details the essential moment in fly fishing: casting the right fly to the right fish, in the right way, at the right time. This vastly comprehensive, large-format volume explains the ways that shape, color, and weight of the fly can determine success under varying conditions.
Lefty Kreh is an internationally known master, thought of by many anglers as the father of fly casting as it is practiced today. He has fished across North America and around the globe. In addition to writing hundreds of articles for major fishing magazines over his career, he is the author of a number of books, including Fly Fishing in Salt Water, Longer Fly Casting, and Solving Casting Problems.

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"We have waited twenty-five years for Lefty's book on presenting the fly. This is Lefty's finest work."—John Randolph, Editor, Fly Fisherman Magazine
 
"In this big book, the shared experiences and observations of a master angler at the pinnacle of his prowess seem not only illuminating but inspirational as well. After Lefty's coaching, our next time on the water is bound to be our best ever!"—Lamar Underwood, Writer and Former Editor-in-Chief, Sports Field and Outdoor Life
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781592289745
  • Publisher: Globe Pequot Press
  • Publication date: 10/1/2006
  • Pages: 360
  • Sales rank: 614,013
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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Lefty Kreh is an internationally known master, thought of by many anglers as the father of fly casting as it is practiced today. He is the author of Fly Fishing in Salt Water, Practical Fishing Knots, and Solving Casting Problems. He lives in Maryland.

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