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How to Tie Fresh Water Flies

AU$50.00
By: BAY, Kenneth E.
ID No.: 104
Winchester Press New York 1974, 4to Illust 151p D/J. Step by step fully illustrated tying guide for tying fourteen flies or ninety five percent of all the freshwater flies you will ever need. Includes wets, drys', nymphs and bucktails. Illustrated with 231 black and white and 19 colour photographs by Matthew Vinciguerra. Price Clipped.  - Fine

How to Tie Fresh Water Flies

AU$50.00
ID No.: 104
Winchester Press New York 1974, 4to Illust 151p D/J. Step by step fully illustrated tying guide for tying fourteen flies or ninety five percent of all the freshwater flies you will ever need. Includes wets, drys', nymphs and bucktails. Illustrated with 231 black and white and 19 colour photographs by Matthew Vinciguerra. Price Clipped.  - Fine

Fly Pattern Encyclopedia

AU$60.00
By: BEATTY. Al, and Gretchen,
ID No.: 4255
Frank Amato Portland 2000. 4to Illust. 232p. Laminated boards spiral bound. A collection of over 1600 fly patterns presented with a pattern description and colour photograph by Jim Schollmeyer. Includes drys, wets, nymphs, streamer, salmon, steelhead, warm water and saltwater flies. Foreword by Dave Whitlock. A collaborative effort of members of the Federation of Fly Fishers'. Fine

Fly Pattern Encyclopedia

AU$60.00
ID No.: 4255
Frank Amato Portland 2000. 4to Illust. 232p. Laminated boards spiral bound. A collection of over 1600 fly patterns presented with a pattern description and colour photograph by Jim Schollmeyer. Includes drys, wets, nymphs, streamer, salmon, steelhead, warm water and saltwater flies. Foreword by Dave Whitlock. A collaborative effort of members of the Federation of Fly Fishers'. Fine

Flyfishing the Flats,

AU$55.00
By: BECK. Barry and Cathy.
ID No.: 3979.

Stackpole Books Mechanicsburg PA. 1999 1st Edn.  4to Illust 148p. D/J.  Drawings by Rod Walinchus.  Making the transition from fresh to salt.  Saltwater fly fishing demands different skills, the tackle is bigger. you have to make longer casts, a new range of flies and knots and you have to understand tides and currents.   This book is a practical guide  and a celebration of the sport by an eminently qualified team. The text is supported by many colour photographs and step by step photo sequences. -Very Fine   

Flyfishing the Flats,

AU$55.00
ID No.: 3979.

Stackpole Books Mechanicsburg PA. 1999 1st Edn.  4to Illust 148p. D/J.  Drawings by Rod Walinchus.  Making the transition from fresh to salt.  Saltwater fly fishing demands different skills, the tackle is bigger. you have to make longer casts, a new range of flies and knots and you have to understand tides and currents.   This book is a practical guide  and a celebration of the sport by an eminently qualified team. The text is supported by many colour photographs and step by step photo sequences. -Very Fine   

Trout

AU$35.00
By: BERGMAN, Ray.
ID No.: 2924
Alfred A. Knopf 1978. 3rd edition, revised and enlarged. 8vo Illust 517p. Soft Cover. Illustrated in colour and line by Fred Everett; fly plates painted by Dr Edgar Burke. The Trout, The Bass, Miscellaneous (The Pike Family), angling ethics, common fish of our lakes and streams, wet flies and methods, the art of dry fly practice, trout tackle, fly rod lures and methods, plug and casting rod. Alan Jarvis bookplate. A near Fine copy.- Fine

Trout

AU$35.00
ID No.: 2924
Alfred A. Knopf 1978. 3rd edition, revised and enlarged. 8vo Illust 517p. Soft Cover. Illustrated in colour and line by Fred Everett; fly plates painted by Dr Edgar Burke. The Trout, The Bass, Miscellaneous (The Pike Family), angling ethics, common fish of our lakes and streams, wet flies and methods, the art of dry fly practice, trout tackle, fly rod lures and methods, plug and casting rod. Alan Jarvis bookplate. A near Fine copy.- Fine

Fly Dressing

AU$45.00
By: BERNARD, J.
ID No.: 127

Herbert Jenkins   London 1932, 12mo Illust 199p.  Green cloth cover.  Over 500 patterns of the best known and popular flies. 2 colour plates of flies, illustrations.  52 Drawings by the author and colour prints. e/p has section cut out. Some foxing to early pages. O/w -Very Good                                      

Fly Dressing

AU$45.00
ID No.: 127

Herbert Jenkins   London 1932, 12mo Illust 199p.  Green cloth cover.  Over 500 patterns of the best known and popular flies. 2 colour plates of flies, illustrations.  52 Drawings by the author and colour prints. e/p has section cut out. Some foxing to early pages. O/w -Very Good                                      

Hooked on Flies: Confessions of a pattern inventor,

AU$40.00
By: BLACK, William C. (Prof).
ID No.: 139.

Winchester Press   Tulsa 1980, 1st. Edn.   8vo Illust 146p E/P.  D/J.  Introduction by Ed Zern.  A witty literate " how to"  book for the fly fisher who wants to experiment with tying methods, materials and patterns to make fishing more fun and  more successful.  Chapters include: Why bother?; The Spanish Fly; The Golden Adams; The Laramie; The Maniac Nymph; The Trashliner Flies; The Little Hopper; The Black Widow; The Pink Wolf; The blue Max; The Tadpole and Final thoughts. Introduction by Ed Zern.  Jock Grey book plate. D/J rubbed and some staining. -Very Good                                                                                                                  

Hooked on Flies: Confessions of a pattern inventor,

AU$40.00
ID No.: 139.

Winchester Press   Tulsa 1980, 1st. Edn.   8vo Illust 146p E/P.  D/J.  Introduction by Ed Zern.  A witty literate " how to"  book for the fly fisher who wants to experiment with tying methods, materials and patterns to make fishing more fun and  more successful.  Chapters include: Why bother?; The Spanish Fly; The Golden Adams; The Laramie; The Maniac Nymph; The Trashliner Flies; The Little Hopper; The Black Widow; The Pink Wolf; The blue Max; The Tadpole and Final thoughts. Introduction by Ed Zern.  Jock Grey book plate. D/J rubbed and some staining. -Very Good                                                                                                                  

Naturals A guide to food organisms of the trout

AU$40.00
By: BORGER, Gary A.
ID No.: 152
Stackpole Books Harrisburg 1980, 8vo Illust 223p.  D/J. Illustrated bu Robert H Pils. The fly fisherman’s guide to identifying and imitating aquatic mayflies, terrestrials, caddis, stoneflies, midges, damselflies, and dragonflies, as well as crustaceans, forage fish and terrestrials with a selection of over 50 dressings with notes on presentation and fly fishing techniques.  An anglers book by an experienced angler and scientist based on practical entomology.  - Fine                                             

Naturals A guide to food organisms of the trout

AU$40.00
ID No.: 152
Stackpole Books Harrisburg 1980, 8vo Illust 223p.  D/J. Illustrated bu Robert H Pils. The fly fisherman’s guide to identifying and imitating aquatic mayflies, terrestrials, caddis, stoneflies, midges, damselflies, and dragonflies, as well as crustaceans, forage fish and terrestrials with a selection of over 50 dressings with notes on presentation and fly fishing techniques.  An anglers book by an experienced angler and scientist based on practical entomology.  - Fine                                             

Nymphing

AU$40.00
By: BORGER, Gary A.
ID No.: 154
Stackpole Books  Harrisburg 1979, 8vo Illust 192p D/J.  A practical approach to fishing  by the experienced angler and scientist the nymph who wrote the classic book Naturals.  Borger provides a wealth of information on this insect  which  provides ninety percent of the trouts food.  This is an easy to use guide  with insights into retrieving the nymph, fishing the surface flim and finding trout in still water. Also includes new theories about fishing the underwater fly - new casts, finding lies, detecting the strike, fishing depth, tackle, proper presentation and much more valuable information.  Small section od D/J missing. Previous owners signature.   -Fine

Nymphing

AU$40.00
ID No.: 154
Stackpole Books  Harrisburg 1979, 8vo Illust 192p D/J.  A practical approach to fishing  by the experienced angler and scientist the nymph who wrote the classic book Naturals.  Borger provides a wealth of information on this insect  which  provides ninety percent of the trouts food.  This is an easy to use guide  with insights into retrieving the nymph, fishing the surface flim and finding trout in still water. Also includes new theories about fishing the underwater fly - new casts, finding lies, detecting the strike, fishing depth, tackle, proper presentation and much more valuable information.  Small section od D/J missing. Previous owners signature.   -Fine

Dapping

AU$30.00
By: BOYLE, Robert
ID No.: 3899.

Stackpole  Books Mechanicsburg    2007  1st Edn,  8vo Illust  138p. D/J. Photographs by Kathryn Berlous Boyle. Dapping is a style of fly fishing that uses the wind, even a breeze, to carry  a fly that flies, quivers and jumps exactly like the living insect.  The author examines this unusual but highly effective technique of fly fishing that is popular in Scotland and Ireland and is attracting a large following in the US.  He gives details on how to rig and fish a dapping rod equiped with a proper reel, backing,  blowline and short leader and describes the proven flies to use along with the materials needed and the tying  procedures.  -Very Fine                                                                          

Dapping

AU$30.00
ID No.: 3899.

Stackpole  Books Mechanicsburg    2007  1st Edn,  8vo Illust  138p. D/J. Photographs by Kathryn Berlous Boyle. Dapping is a style of fly fishing that uses the wind, even a breeze, to carry  a fly that flies, quivers and jumps exactly like the living insect.  The author examines this unusual but highly effective technique of fly fishing that is popular in Scotland and Ireland and is attracting a large following in the US.  He gives details on how to rig and fish a dapping rod equiped with a proper reel, backing,  blowline and short leader and describes the proven flies to use along with the materials needed and the tying  procedures.  -Very Fine                                                                          

The Second Fly-Tyers Almanac

AU$50.00
By: BOYLE, Robert and WHITLOCK, Dave.
ID No.: 165
 J.B. Lippincott  Co. Philadelphia 1978,1st Edn.  4to Illust 224p.  D/J. A practical, fully illustrated guide to advances and developments in fly tying.  proven patterns, equipment, techniques, famous tyers, scientific studies and more. Chapters on Stoneflies, Mayflies, Caddis, Fly tyers East and West, saltwater flies, unique flies, streamers, materials, a special section on stoneflies.    D/j has slight rubbing. Profusely illustrated with photographs and drawings.   - Fine

The Second Fly-Tyers Almanac

AU$50.00
ID No.: 165
 J.B. Lippincott  Co. Philadelphia 1978,1st Edn.  4to Illust 224p.  D/J. A practical, fully illustrated guide to advances and developments in fly tying.  proven patterns, equipment, techniques, famous tyers, scientific studies and more. Chapters on Stoneflies, Mayflies, Caddis, Fly tyers East and West, saltwater flies, unique flies, streamers, materials, a special section on stoneflies.    D/j has slight rubbing. Profusely illustrated with photographs and drawings.   - Fine
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