Monday, November 23, 2009

Fly Fishing Guide Book - Recommended by She's So Fly

If you're interested in fly fishing, here's a resource you won't want to be without…

"Introducing an Amazing New Guide to Learning the Art & Craft of Fly Fishing, and Catching the Big Ones that All Anglers Dream About!"

Dear Angler,

Not everyone is cut out to be a fly fisherman. It's not like bait casting or spin fishing. When you pick up a fly rod for the first time, you become a different person. You contract "Fly Fishing Fever," and your only hope is continual therapy and treatment.

Your life will never be the same.

You'll spend hours perfecting your cast while visions of rising Rainbow Trout, Largemouth Bass, and Pacific Salmon dance through your head.

Your conversations will start to include terms like dry flies, nymphing, Maribou Mickeys and Woolly Buggers.

You'll plan your vacations based on proximity to misty lakes and mountain streams.

And perhaps strangest of all, you'll start to study insects and think like a fish.

But don't worry; you're not alone. Millions of people all over the world suffer from this fascinating fever. And none of them are looking for a cure.

"The true fisherman approaches the first day of fishing season with all the sense of wonder and awe of a child approaching Christmas."
(Robert Traver)

If you've got-or want-this fever, here's something you need to know: fly fishing is more of an art than a science, but it's one that anyone can master. All you need is burning desire and detailed instruction. You supply the former, and "The Fly Fishing Guidebook" provides the latter.

"The Fly Fishing Guidebook" supplies all the basic information needed by the beginner, as well as useful tips and resources for the more experienced fly fisherman. Here are just a few of the topics covered in detail by this amazing book:

• Fresh Water & Salt Water Fishing

• How To Build Your Own Fly Fishing Rod

• Organizing a Fly Box

• Designing and Building Leaders

• Choosing the Right Flies

• Fly Fishing Hooks

• Choosing the Right Equipment

• Fly Fishing Rods

• Fly Fishing Reels

• Reel Cases

• Fly Fishing Lines

• Fly Fishing Leaders

• Fly Fishing Clothing

• Fly Fishing Accessories

• Fly Fishing Basics

• Casting Instructions

• Boats and Floatation Equipment

• Fly Tying

• The Types and Descriptions of Flies

• Tying Materials

• Fly Tying Patterns

• Common Fishing Knots

• Planning Your Fly Fishing Trip

As you can see, "The Fly Fishing Guidebook" covers every aspect of this exciting sport. It explains the basic techniques so that anyone can understand them. But it goes beyond that and shares the subtle tricks and mystical elements that fly fishermen have enjoyed for hundreds of years.

Here are some of the secrets it reveals:

• How to use the "60/20/20" principle to create leaders that mimic flies.

• The most crucial piece of equipment and how to select it.

• Why barbless hooks are sometimes the best option for big fish.

• The four basic types of rod and which ones are best for action, flexibility, strength and value.

• The most important feature of the fly reel and how to use it.

• One of the quickest and easiest ways to spot fish (it's not a fish finder!)

• How to land that monster fish when it strikes.

• The most common casting mistakes and how to avoid them.

• The best way for beginners to catch trout.

• Ways to repel bugs, stay warm, and be safe.

• The benefits of belts & organizers, chemicals & dressings, clippers & nippers.

• And much, much more!!

"Calling fly fishing a hobby is like calling brain surgery a job."
(Paul Schullery)

And it's yours for only $29.95


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