Once an angler has some tying experience, he'll want to tackle the hottest patterns. The Orvis Fly-Tying Manual covers six of the most popular flies, each detailed in its own chapter with materials, substitutes, and photographically illustrated step-by-step instructions. Readers who've mastered a few basics have the know-how to make the Woolly Bugger, Bead-Head Soft Hackle, Hare's Ear Nymph, Adams, Letort Hopper, and Chartreuse Clouser Minnow, a lineup that meets many angling needs.Cut fur and guard hairs together, and only remove very large hairs or clumped bits of fur. (B) Mix the three bits together in a coffee grinder, or by teasing and (C) mixing back and forth with your fingers until the whole thing is a scrambled mess.
|Title||:||Orvis Fly-Tying Manual|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2006-11-01|