Dapping

Dapping

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                                                                          

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ID No.3899.