Essential Saltwater Flies: Step-by-Step Tying Instructions; 38 Indispensable Designs & Their Most Useful Variations

Essential Saltwater Flies: Step-by-Step Tying Instructions; 38 Indispensable Designs & Their Most Useful Variations

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  • The 38 patterns every saltwater fisherman needs
  • Flies that work for striped bass, bluefish, redfish, snook, weakfish, seatrout, snappers, jacks, yellowtail, bonito, bonefish, and tarpon
  • Step-by-step tying photos

    Now available in one handy volume, here are the best flies--including the Deceiver, Surf Candy, and Gotcha--for catching the most sought-after saltwater species. From the abundance of saltwater flies available today, Jaworowski picks the essential, innovative flies that are the foundation of the sport. Included are tying techniques and tips as well as knot-tying instructions and notes for fishing the flies.

544 Color photos, 14 B&W illus, 8.5x11 inches, 128 pgs.

Softcover (1.2 lbs)

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* The 38 patterns every saltwater fisherman needs
* Flies that work for striped bass, bluefish, redfish, snook, weakfish, seatrout, snappers, jacks, yellowtail, bonito, bonefish, & tarpon
* Step-by-step tying photos

Now available in 1 handy volume, here are the best flies--including the Deceiver, Surf Candy, & Gotcha--for catching the most sought-after saltwater species. From the abundance of saltwater flies available today, Jaworowski picks the essential, innovative flies that are the foundation of the sport. Included are tying techniques & tips as well as knot-tying instructions & notes for fishing the flies.

WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING: “If you’re unsure about what patterns to use for fly-fishing salt water, this book gives the answers. Featuring fish-approved flies, razor-sharp photos, & clear tying instructions, it’s the essential tool for serious saltwater fly fishers.” --Lefty Kreh

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Essential Saltwater Flies is Ed Jaworowski’s fourth book, & he’s written articles for more than twenty international periodicals. His angling travels, classes, & lectures have taken him around much of the western hemisphere. A resident of southeastern Pennsylvania, he is retired from Villanova University, where he taught for more than forty years. He has taken over one hundred fresh- & saltwater species on the fly but admits to a special passion for fly fishing the surf for bluefish & striped bass, which he pursues in his nearby mid-Atlantic waters & New England.

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