BERT DARROW'S PRACTICAL FLY FISHING: HOW TO CAST AND FISH NATURALLY. By Bert Darrow. Illustrations by Rod Walinchus. Foreword by Bob Jacklin.

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BERT DARROW'S PRACTICAL FLY FISHING: HOW TO CAST AND FISH NATURALLY. By Bert Darrow. Illustrations by Rod Walinchus. Foreword by Bob Jacklin.
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Author Darrow (Bert).
Book Code 43861
ISBN 1592284248
Book Description Abrasion to front end-paper else very good in dust-wrapper.

2005 1st edition. 8vo (156 x 235mm). Ppxii,196. B/w photographs and illustrations. Two-tone blue and white boards, spine titled in gilt.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 2005
Publisher The Lyons Press.
Place Guilford, Connecticut.
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An American beginner's guide to flyfishing with a great deal on casting. Chapters include:- Why I fly fish; Choosing a rod that works for you; Rod assembly and transporting it safely; Holding the cork grip; Casting: preparing the student; Force used to make the cast work; Creating the loop; Initial casts and accuracy; The tennis exercise; Roll casting; The single haul; Shooting line; Exercise can be fun; Practice to music; How to put slack in the line while casting; Mending fly line on the water; Arrival at the water; Aquatic insects and artificial flies; The dry fly; Fishing with nymphs; Fishing the streamer; Fishing with wet flies; Playing and landing fish; Tough trout; Getting started with useful equipment; Fly lines; Finding new places to fish; Our fly-fishing expectations.

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