2012 1st edition. Merlin Unwin Books. Ludlow, Shropshire.
4to. Pp224. Colour photographs of flies, colour photographs throughout. Green boards. Mint in dust-wrapper.
Dominic Garnett discusses extending flyfishing methods to the coarse species, with plenty of material on suitable flies, tackle and techniques. "Virtually any fish will take a fly, you can see it as it happens and the fight of a fish on a flyrod is nothing short of sensational." Chapters include; tackle; flies and flylife; pike; zander; chub; carp; rudd; roach; dace; bream; tench; barbel; other species; handy tips; really useful patterns. The Really Useful Patterns chapter contains twenty pages of patterns and tying instructions for a number of flies that the author has found to be successful. Articulate, useful and a very good read.