STONEFLIES FOR THE ANGLER: HOW TO KNOW THEM, TIE THEM AND FISH THEM. By  Eric Leiser and Robert Boyle.

STONEFLIES FOR THE ANGLER: HOW TO KNOW THEM, TIE THEM AND FISH THEM. By Eric Leiser and Robert Boyle.

TYING AND FISHING THE WEST'S BEST DRY FLIES. By Bob Wilson and Richard  Parks.

TYING AND FISHING THE WEST'S BEST DRY FLIES. By Bob Wilson and Richard Parks.

FLY TYING PROBLEMS AND THEIR ANSWERS. By John Veniard.

ND (1959) 1st edition. 8vo paperback (139 x 215mm). Ppii,61. Illustrations. Red card covers, upper cover titled in black, spine untitled.

"This little book is the result of a series of articles which appeared in the "Fishing Gazette" between October 1956 and February 1957." Covering all of the basic techniques of fly-tying with the clearest of explanatory illustrations, this is an excellent manual for the novice fly-tyer. Contents include; wings and winging; winding hackles and the whip finish; double hackles and false hackles; stiffening dry-fly hackles and hackling dapping flies; making flies with 'parachute' hackles; stripping peacock herls for quill bodies; rare hackles - supply, demand and substitutes; making 'shaving-brush' flies; making herl bodies and butts; preparing and tying in golden pheasant crests for topping and tails; making 'dubbing' bodies; mixing dubbing (furs) for bodies and storing for esy access; making tinsel bodies; making tandem hook mounts for lures, etc; making hair bodies and head of 'muddler minnow'; making detached bodies; hooks - terminology; tying sliks - colours to use; fly-tying terminology.
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Book Code
3089
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Author Veniard (John).
Book Code 3089
ISBN B00A1B24KC
Book Description Slight browning but very good.
Book Cover Paperback
Published Date 1959
Publisher E. Veniard Ltd.
Place Thornton Heath, Surrey.