Tying Nymphs

Author: Charlie Craven
Editor: Stackpole/Headwater
ISBN: 9781934753354
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"Forget everything you thought you knew about tying nymphs. Charlie Craven always seems to find more efficient ways to produce sexier flies. Not only does he have a critical and a creative mind, he is the best communicator in fly tying today, with a neighborly, engaging writing style and clear, detailed photography that will drag you kicking and screaming into the world of better fly tying." -- Ross Purnell, editor, Fly Fisherman magazine

Tying Nymphs

Author: Randall Kaufmann
Editor: Western Fishermans Press
ISBN: 9781885212115
File Size: 30,51 MB
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Nymphs make up 90 percent of a trout's diet and, once mastered, nymph fishing is the most effective angling method. Fortunately, nymphs are the simplest flies to tie, and with over 800 full-color step-by-step photos Randall will show you how to tie the 23 patterns shown. With this information you will be able to construct all 125 nymph patterns detailed in Tying Nymphs. Including techniques, angling experiences, history, and more, beginners and experts alike have a lot to learn from fly-tying expert, Randall Kaufmann.

Nymphs For Streams Stillwaters

Author: Dave Hughes
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811743438
File Size: 11,91 MB
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The authoritative book on nymphs. Step-by-step instructions for 112 useful nymph flies. More than 900 photos of natural nymphs, their imitations, and steps in tying those flies.

Production Fly Tying

Author: A. K. Best
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811714810
File Size: 10,55 MB
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Hailed by Lefty Kreh as the best fly-tying book of the past few years and by Field & Stream as "a bible of invaluable secrets," this revised third edition of a fly-tying classic is a great resource for both beginner and expert tiers. • Learn to tie effective, durable flies as efficiently as possible • Tips on materials for tailing, ribbing, bodies, wings, hackling, and more • Advice on tools and setting up a workshop

Tying Fishing Soft Hackled Nymphs

Author: Allen McGee
Editor: Frank Amato Publications
ISBN: 9781571884039
File Size: 36,20 MB
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Trout often prefer underwater aquatic insects because they're more vulnerable than surface stages and are more abundant as well. Fly-fishers know the importance of imitating the specific life stage that trout are feeding on, however most current flies only imitate size, shape, and color of the natural insect. Soft-hackled nymphs also imitate movement and behavior. Tying & Fishing Soft-Hackled Nymphs explains how to imitate sub-surface aquatic insects using both traditional and modern soft-hackled nymphs and flymphs along with the most effective presentation techniques. By exploring effective thread and translucent fur body material combinations, as well as game-bird hackle collars, these flies take on life-like properties. These patterns can be fished throughout the water column from the stream bottom--to imitate immature nymphal forms--to the surface mimicking transitional emergers. Drawing on both traditional and evolved patterns and methods, these wingless wet flies will take you beyond for mulaic fishing techniques to unlimited presentation possibilities and will help you catch more trout.

Tying Small Flies

Author: Ed Engle
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811700825
File Size: 10,27 MB
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Midge larvae and pupae, tiny parachutes, floating nymphs, micro scuds, tiny ants Choosing the right hook, thread, wire, and amount of weight for small flies plus 75 patterns, including Brassie, RS-2, Renegade, Gold-Ribbed Hare's Ear, Griffith's Gnat Foreword by John Gierach Taking trout on lightweight rods with flies as small as size 20 and 30 is a challenge. Learn to imitate midges' trailing shucks and drowned adults, tie tiny parachutes and white-winged Tricos, and create patterns that mimic microcaddis and micro scuds. Engle covers small-fly history, tying tools, and materials. Tips on fishing techniques come from Ed Engle's 30 years of experience fishing small flies on the South Platte River.

The Fly Tying Artist

Author: Rick Takahashi
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0811768074
File Size: 54,41 MB
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A collection of Rick Takahashi’s most effective fly designs, this book emphasizes Rick’s background in art (color and design theory) as well as share tying tips and fishing methods. Takahashi was the primary author of Modern Midges and Modern Terrestrials and while recipes for his flies were included in these books, the tying steps and stories behind them were not. Flies included in the book will cover the range of trout fly design possibilities and the major food groups.

Tying Nymphs

Author: Randall Kaufmann
Editor: Frank Amato Publications
ISBN: 9781885212023
File Size: 72,53 MB
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Nymphs make up 90 percent of a trout's diet and, once mastered, nymph fishing is the most effective angling method. Fortunately, nymphs are the simplest flies to tie, and with over 800 full-color step-by-step photos Randall will show you how to tie the 23 patterns shown. With this information you will be able to construct all 125 nymph patterns detailed in Tying Nymphs. Including techniques, angling experiences, history, and more, beginners and experts alike have a lot to learn from fly-tying expert, Randall Kaufmann.

The Art Of Fly Tying

Author: John van Vliet
Editor: Creative Publishing International
ISBN: 9781610603331
File Size: 60,86 MB
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From trout to salmon and from panfish to bass, catching fish on a fly that you have tied is exciting and rewarding. A classic for every flyfisherman's library, the easy-to-understand text and hundreds of full-color, step-by-step photographs in The Art of Fly Tying will teach you how to tie flies like an expert. This book will help you choose the right tools, select the right materials, identify aquatic insects and understand the eating habits of your intended catch, and to tie all the basic elements of any fly pattern. The book contains over 200 classic patterns from the original edition as well as 16 new saltwater fly patterns and a new section on saltwater fly tying techniques. Includes 16 new patterns and a new technique section dedicated to saltwater flies Remains the classic instruction book for beginning and novice flytiers Over 200 classic patterns for beautiful and effective flies

101 Favorite Nymphs And Wet Flies

Author: David Klausmeyer
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1629141143
File Size: 52,38 MB
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101 Favorite Nymph and Wet Flies is the latest from acclaimed writer David Klausmeyer to complement his recent volume, 101 Favorite Dry Flies. Whether you are a beginner seeking a comprehensible fishing guide or an experienced tyer yearning for the newest and most effective techniques specific to wet flies and nymphs, this book has it all. Each nymph or wet fly is wonderfully captured with its own clear photographs and complete set of instructions. Not only does Klausmeyer highlight insightful tips and fishing strategies on specific flies, but he also offers historical key notes pertaining to that pattern. Included within are numerous images of materials and tying tools. Learn to master the classic patterns, but also discover the latest flies with suggested commercial fly-tying gear. Detailed text is provided for imitative flies, containing explicit hatching information depending on the season and location. In 101 Favorite Nymph and Wet Flies, Klausmeyer teaches the fundamentals as well as innovative methods on how to properly excel in fishing. Fly-tying is a highly esteemed fisherman’s craft, but also an art form. Avid sport fisherman will treasure this book and gain an even more sense of in-depth knowledge. Skyhorse Publishing is proud to publish a broad range of books for fishermen. Our books for anglers include titles that focus on fly fishing, bait fishing, fly-casting, spin casting, deep sea fishing, and surf fishing. Our books offer both practical advice on tackle, techniques, knots, and more, as well as lyrical prose on fishing for bass, trout, salmon, crappie, baitfish, catfish, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

The Art Of Tying The Nymph

Author: Skip Morris
Editor: Frank Amato Publications
ISBN:
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Nymph Fly Tying Techniques

Author: Jim Schollmeyer
Editor: Frank Amato Publications
ISBN: 9781571882677
File Size: 46,26 MB
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Noted photographer and author, Jim Schollmeyer, now puts his talents to tying nymphs. More than just a book of nymph patterns, this book takes a different approach. Realizing that many nymph patterns have evolved from variations on a handful of basic designs and tying techniques, Jim has written on these evolutions and how your repertoire of flies can be broadened by seeing how a variety of modifications can be worked into fly designs to produce the desired appearance or behavior. With his crisp step-by-step photos and concise text. Jim Schollmeyer has done it again, another great fly-tying technique book.

American Nymph Fly Tying Manual

Author: Randall Kaufmann
Editor:
ISBN:
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Shows you how to tie 30 of the best nymph patterns. Over 250 photos demonstrate step-by-step instructions. Shown in full color and actual size along with tying instructions are 206 of the most productive nymphs. Color plates show tying materials and colors you need. Hook charts and tying tool photos are included with drawings of various nymphs and explanations of habits. Fishing tips about which to use in different situations. A must book for all trout fly fishermen.

John Merwin S Fly Tying Guide

Author: John Merwin
Editor: Stephen Greene Press
ISBN:
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Identifies different kinds of flies, lists materials needed to tie them, and demonstrates useful tools and techniques

Nymphing

Author: Gary A. Borger
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811731485
File Size: 22,20 MB
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Trees of the U.S. are easy-to-use regional field guides for backpacking, camping, and other outdoor activities.

Tying Nymphs

Author: Randall Kaufmann
Editor: Western Fishermans Press
ISBN: 9781885212221
File Size: 45,17 MB
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Fly Tying Illustrated For Nymphs And Lures

Author: Freddie Rice
Editor: David & Charles
ISBN:
File Size: 63,74 MB
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Professional Fly Tying And Tackle Making Manual And Manufacturers Guide

Author: George Leonard Herter
Editor:
ISBN:
File Size: 68,29 MB
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Tying And Fishing The Fuzzy Nymphs

Author: E. H. Rosborough
Editor:
ISBN:
File Size: 29,12 MB
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25 nymphs, including caddis, mayfly, stonefly, damselfly, midge, and shrimp and scud patterns. 18 represented in their full life cycles.

Fly Tying

Author: John F. McKim
Editor: Mountain Press
ISBN:
File Size: 60,72 MB
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Clear step-by-step illustrations of tying techniques--plus illustrations of left-handed tiers. . . The explanation of feathers -- dry versus wet, structure, types, markings, etc.