Simple Fly Fishing: Techniques For Tenkara And Rod & Reel
The master of simplicity, Yvon Chouinard, and noted fly fishermen Mauro Mazzo and Craig Mathews, show, with detailed information, photographs and drawings, that getting back to basics can be the most effective way to catch trout. Includes wet flies and streamers, nymphs, and dry flies.
Modern-day fly fishing, like much in life, has become exceedingly complex, with high-tech gear, a confusing array of flies and terminal tackle, accompanied by high-priced fishing guides. This book reveals that the best way to catch trout is simply, with a rod and a fly and not much else. The wisdom in this book comes from a simpler time, when the premise was: the more you know, the less you need. It teaches the reader how to discover where the fish are, at what depth, and what they are feeding on. Then it describes the techniques needed to present a fly at that depth, make it look lifelike, and hook the fish. With chapters on wet flies, nymphs, and dry flies, its authors employ both the tenkara rod as well as regular fly fishing gear to cover all the bases. With paintings by renowned fish artist James Prosek, as well as inspiring photographs and stories throughout, Simple Fly Fishing reveals the secrets and the soul of this captivating sport. Foreword by American landscape artist and fly fisherman Russell Chatham.
- Paperback with flaps
- Foreword by Russell Chatham
- Full-color photos, paintings and illustrations throughout
- Includes over 35 fly tying recipes
- Published by Patagonia
- 144 pages, 8 ¾” X 11 ¼”
- Printed in Hong Kong on FSC 100% recycled paper
- 653 g (23 oz)