Reading this one-of-a-kind collection of practical advice is like taking a fising trip across the country with over twenty-five of the world's fly-fishing experts. Over 1,001 of the best fly-fishing tips compiled by the former managing editor of Fly Fisherman magazine cover essentials from trout to tarpon, such as: casting with Lefty Kreh, matching the hatch with Charlie Meck, taking great fish photos with Barry and Cathy Beck, mastering mayflies with John Barr, catching selective trout with Mike Lawson, West Coast stripers with Dan Blanton, steelhead secrets with Lani Waller, and Spey casting with Simon Gawesworth.With clear, use-to-use format, 160 illustrations from renowned artist Dave Hall, and encyclopedic coverage of almost everything that's important to know about fresh and saltwater fly fishing, this book is sure to help beginners and experts alike catch more fish.
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About the Author
Jay Nichols is the former managing editor of Fly Fisherman magazine and lives in Pennsylvania. Dave Hall is a nature and fly-fishing illustrator in Glide, Oregon.
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Ponce on a black bird blue jay and a mouse
This is the forest in which most of Jayclan gets its freshkill. The tall and luscious trees and great places to find birds and squirrels. This place seems to be brimming with energy and overflowing with plump and juicy prey. Rabbits can be found on the outskirts of the forest near the training hollow. Plenty of voles and mice can be found nosing around in the underbrush for food. Birds may sometimes be found pecking at the ground for food. This is the best time to catch them while their guard is down. Happy hunting.
He crept towards the scents area.