There is very little luck involved in successful fly fishing. All anglers can dramatically improve their chances of catching fish if they arm themselves with the fundamentals. In Fly-Fishing Techniques & Tactics, Lefty gives sound, practical, and effective information you can use on your very next fishing trip, no matter where you're going or what species of fish you're after. Read Lefty's priceless advice about: how to prepare tackle for every circumstance; finding fish at the right place and at the right time; tips for approaching from shore, wading, or in a boat; how to make the right presentation; the most effective retrieve or drift; how to fight and release fish and much more. (5 x 7 1/2, 160 pages, color photos, illustrations)Lefty Kreh is an internationally known and respected master in the field of fly fishing. He has taught fly casting and fly-fishing techniques to untold thousands since the 1950s, and he has fished all over the world. He lives in Maryland.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.08(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.44(d)|
About the Author
Lefty Kreh is an internationally known and respected master in the field of fly fishing. He has taught fly casting and fly-fishing techniques since the 1950s, and he has fished in all fifty states, every province in Canada, Iceland, and much of Europe, South America, and the South Pacific. Lefty is the author of the L.L. Bean Saltwater Fly-Fishing Handbook (page 137), Presenting the Fly (page 140), Fly Fishing in Salt Water (page 135), Saltwater Fly Patterns (page 140), Practical Fishing Knots (with Mark Sosin, page 139), Solving Fly-Casting Problems (page 141), and 101 Fly-Fishing Tips (page 138). He lives in Maryland.