Rene Harrop records lessons he has learned from the water over his lifetime of fishing the Rocky Mountain West. In Learning from the Water, Rene shares his wisdom on the importance of knowing at what stage of insect the trout are taking, how to organise a fly box and what to take on the water at any time of year, as well as how to best plan for a trip to unfamiliar water. A superb book on fishing tactics and fly design for the toughest of trouts.
Renowned fly fisher René Harrop began fly fishing and fly tying at the age of 9 in Idaho, where he has lived all his life. He founded the House of Harrop in 1968 and as well as being a fly fishing consultant and professional fly tier, he is also an angling writer and professional artist.
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Sub Heading Fishing Tactics and Fly Design for the Toughest Trout ISBN 9780811705790 Author Rene Harrop Binding Hardback Extent 204 x 280mm, 256 pages Illustrations 200 colour photographs Ebook No
"The Harrop family pedigree is priceless, and readers of this journal will know of this writers admiration for the Harrop style and approach. Attention to detail is what the best of fishing is about, and Rene Harrop gives us detail by the lorry load. For that reason alone this is not a book that requires cover-to-cover reading. Any chapter will suffice to sate the most needy of appetites, such is the intensity of information. It matters not that this is a water specific work - the Henry's Fork - in the USA, the approach is such that situations are relative, and it could be your river or stream, although I doubt your river can boast a Millionaires Pool! Okay, so some of the flies described do not directly relate to our fishing in this country, but the approach cannot be faulted, in fact, it is faultless. Tactics can be related, and in this Rene Harrop is a supreme practitioner... I cannot recommend this book more highly". Flydresser, The Flydresser's Guild
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