Flies of the Northwest edited by Fenton Roskelley Inland Empire Fly Fishing Club
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Completely New Edition
A fully revised, all-color edition of the most popular fly pattern book for the Northwest, including Western Canada, by the Inland Empire Fly Fishing Club of Spokane, Washington. The best 200 flies for trout, steelhead, and salmon. Each fly, individually photographed by Jim Schollmeyer, includes dressing, originator, and how to fish and tie it. Color paintings throughout.
The Northwest's famed diversity of fishing conditions and quarry requires a big fly box. To this end, members of the Inland Empire Fly Fishing Club have selected their 200 favorite flies, the culmination of 30 years of on-site research and creative tying. Old Northwest stand-bys make an appearance, like the March Brown, Skykomish Sunrise, and Yellow Sally, and more recent innovations like Kaufmann's Stimulator. While the sheer number precludes detailed tying instructions, clear color photographs and material ingredients aid the fly-tyer, and the wealth of entomological and angling information certainly makes this a welcome addition to the nontying fly-fisher's bookshelf as well.
Includes dry flies, streamers and bucktails,Nymphs and wet Flies, Steelhead and searun cutthroat trout flies,
Spiralbound: 136 pages
Publisher : Frank Amato, 1998
Shipping weight 499g
Out of print
Brand new book
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