FLY PATTERNS FOR THE RIVERS AND LAKES OF WALES. By Moc Morgan.

FLY PATTERNS FOR THE RIVERS AND LAKES OF WALES. By Moc Morgan.

CONCISE HANDBOOK OF FLY-TYING.

CONCISE HANDBOOK OF FLY-TYING.

THE MASTERS ON THE DRY FLY. Edited by J. Michael Migel. Illustrated by Dave Whitlock.

1977 1st edition. 4to (184 x 259mm). Pp246. B/w photographs, illustrations by Dave Whitlock. Yellow boards, with brown cloth spine titled in gilt.

A good tying section by Poul Jorgensen. Chapters on technique by America's best angling writers. Chapters include: The charm of the dry fly by Roderick Haig-Brown; The beginnings by A.I. "Pal" Alexander; Some fish and some fishermen by Ed Zern; The dry fly by Poul Jorgensen; Tackle for fishing the dry fly by Charles F. Waterman; Casting a dry fly by Bernard "Lefty" Kreh; The water and the fish by Leonard M. Wright Jr; Hatches and imitations by Carl E. Richards; Upstream, the classic presentation by Charles K. Fox; How to fish pocket water by Art Flick; Special presentations by Ernest Schwiebert; Big water by Michael Fong; Still water - ponds and lakes by Steve Raymond; Bass and panfish take a dry by Dave Whitlock; The dry fly for Atlantic salmon by Lee Wulff; Peripatetic anglers by Robert Warner; The future of the dry fly by J. Michael Migel. The foreword is by Nick Lyons.
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Book Code
3239
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Author Migel (J. Michael), Editor.
Book Code 3239
ISBN 0397011881 / 0397011881
Book Description Very good in slightly spine-faded, neatly tape-reinforced dust-wrapper.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1977
Publisher J.B. Lippincott Company.
Place Philadelphia and New York.