The Orvis Guide To Beginning Fly Fishing - 101 Tips For The Absolute BeginnerSelecting and assembling properly balanced tackle (rods, reels, fly linesCasting a fly line with authorityChoosing the proper flytying the two most helpful knots for fly fishingfind fish in streams, lakes, and saltwater... and so much more!
by Tom Rosenbauer
All beginning fly fishers are bound to have lots of questions. What equipment do I need to get started? What are the best ways to learn how to cast? How do I best fight a fish? By answering the 101 questions most frequently asked by fly-fishing neophytes, veteran Tom Rosenbauer helps readers obtain the knowledge and skills they need to get on the water as soon as possible and start catching fish with a fly! With proven teaching techniques and bright, helpful illustrations and photographs that will enable new fly fishers to understand and digest, important topics covered include:
With additional info into valuable safety advise, definitions for common fly fishing terms, and concise directions toward where and how to obtain more advanced council on fly fishing matters, Rosenbauer's The Orvis Guide To Beginning Fly Fishing is sure to both educate and entertain! Art by Bob White, Softcover, 200 pages.