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Fly Pattern Encyclopedia

AU$85.00
By: BEATTY. Al, and Gretchen,
ID No.: 4255
Frank Amato Portland 2000. 4to. Illust. 232pp. 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$85.00
ID No.: 4255
Frank Amato Portland 2000. 4to. Illust. 232pp. 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$30.00
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$30.00
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   

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. 146pp. 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. 146pp. 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. 223pp.  D/J. Illustrated by 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. 223pp.  D/J. Illustrated by 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                                             

Designing Trout Flies

AU$50.00
By: BORGER, Gary A. ,
ID No.: 4136.

Tomorrow River Press Wausau, 1991, 4to Illust, 209pp, Brown faux leather cover with gilt title and decoration, Designing Trout Flies is a terrific idea book, loaded with practical information to help you recognize that "just right fly"-for both opportunistically and selectively feeding trout. In addition to a thorough discussion of the primary and secondary triggering characteristics of each of the fish's food organisms, there are educational discussions on materials selection, tying procedures, and design concepts. The detailed descriptions, region by region, of the most used sizes and colors of flies to match the fish's food organisms are an invaluable aid to tying or buying the most effective imitations. The many illustrative anecdotes-drawn by Jason Borger from actual fishing experiences are highly instructional this in clear precise language.   230   drawings by Jason Borger. 16 pages of full-color photos. Very Fine                                                                                              

Designing Trout Flies

AU$50.00
ID No.: 4136.

Tomorrow River Press Wausau, 1991, 4to Illust, 209pp, Brown faux leather cover with gilt title and decoration, Designing Trout Flies is a terrific idea book, loaded with practical information to help you recognize that "just right fly"-for both opportunistically and selectively feeding trout. In addition to a thorough discussion of the primary and secondary triggering characteristics of each of the fish's food organisms, there are educational discussions on materials selection, tying procedures, and design concepts. The detailed descriptions, region by region, of the most used sizes and colors of flies to match the fish's food organisms are an invaluable aid to tying or buying the most effective imitations. The many illustrative anecdotes-drawn by Jason Borger from actual fishing experiences are highly instructional this in clear precise language.   230   drawings by Jason Borger. 16 pages of full-color photos. Very Fine                                                                                              

Dapping

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

Stackpole  Books Mechanicsburg.    2007.  1st Edn,  8vo. Illust.  138pp. 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.  138pp. 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 Fly-Tyers Almanac

AU$45.00
By: BOYLE, Robert and WHITLOCK, Dave.
ID No.: 163

Crown Publishers New York. 1975, 4to. Illust. 242pp.  D/J.   A practical, fully illustrated guide to the latest advances and developments in fly tying. With more than twenty  proven fly patterns for fresh and saltwater described by their creators.  Also explains new materials, tools and techniques. Profiles famous fly tyers and has a wealth of information on fly tying entomology.   Presents  scientific studies  on the Damselflies and Dragonflies of Connecticut and Caddis flies of Illinois. Over 200 detailed step by step photographs  for tying the featured flies. Four colour pages of flies.   Slight wear to edges of D/J. -Fine                                                                                    

The Fly-Tyers Almanac

AU$45.00
ID No.: 163

Crown Publishers New York. 1975, 4to. Illust. 242pp.  D/J.   A practical, fully illustrated guide to the latest advances and developments in fly tying. With more than twenty  proven fly patterns for fresh and saltwater described by their creators.  Also explains new materials, tools and techniques. Profiles famous fly tyers and has a wealth of information on fly tying entomology.   Presents  scientific studies  on the Damselflies and Dragonflies of Connecticut and Caddis flies of Illinois. Over 200 detailed step by step photographs  for tying the featured flies. Four colour pages of flies.   Slight wear to edges of D/J. -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. 224pp.  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. 224pp.  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 Fly-Tyer 's Almanac

AU$40.00
By: BOYLE, Robert. and WHITLOCK, Dave.
ID No.: 2180
Crown Publishers New York. 1975, 4to. Illust. 242pp.  Black cloth cover with tan cloth spine.   A practical, fully illustrated guide to the latest advances and developments in fly tying. With more than twenty  proven fly patterns for fresh and saltwater described by their creators.  Also explains new materials, tools and techniques. Profiles famous fly tyers and has a wealth of information on fly tying entomology.   Presents scientific studies  on the Damselflies and Dragonflies of Connecticut and Caddis flies of Illinois.  Over 200 detailed step by step photographs  for tying the featured flies. Four colour pages of flies.   -Fine

The Fly-Tyer 's Almanac

AU$40.00
ID No.: 2180
Crown Publishers New York. 1975, 4to. Illust. 242pp.  Black cloth cover with tan cloth spine.   A practical, fully illustrated guide to the latest advances and developments in fly tying. With more than twenty  proven fly patterns for fresh and saltwater described by their creators.  Also explains new materials, tools and techniques. Profiles famous fly tyers and has a wealth of information on fly tying entomology.   Presents scientific studies  on the Damselflies and Dragonflies of Connecticut and Caddis flies of Illinois.  Over 200 detailed step by step photographs  for tying the featured flies. Four colour pages of flies.   -Fine

The Fly-Tyer's Almanac,

AU$45.00
By: BOYLE, Robert. and WHITLOCK, Dave.
ID No.: 164

Crown Publishers New York. 1977, 2nd prtg.  4to. Illust. 242pp. D/J.  A practical, fully illustrated guide to the latest advances and developments in fly tying. With more than twenty  proven fly patterns for fresh and saltwater described by their creators. Also explains new materials, tools and techniques. Profiles famous fly tyers and has a wealth of information on fly tying entomology.   Presents scientific studies  on the Damselflies and Dragonflies of Connecticut and Caddis flies of Illinois.  Over 200 detailed step by step photographs  for tying the featured flies. Four colour pages of flies. - Fine   

The Fly-Tyer's Almanac,

AU$45.00
ID No.: 164

Crown Publishers New York. 1977, 2nd prtg.  4to. Illust. 242pp. D/J.  A practical, fully illustrated guide to the latest advances and developments in fly tying. With more than twenty  proven fly patterns for fresh and saltwater described by their creators. Also explains new materials, tools and techniques. Profiles famous fly tyers and has a wealth of information on fly tying entomology.   Presents scientific studies  on the Damselflies and Dragonflies of Connecticut and Caddis flies of Illinois.  Over 200 detailed step by step photographs  for tying the featured flies. Four colour pages of flies. - Fine   

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