Tying Dry Flies
How to Tie and Fish Must-Have Trout Patterns
PUBLICATION DATE: April 23, 2009
CATEGORY: Fly Tying
EXTENT: 184 pages
This book of practical fly design is for every tier from beginner to expert. With clear and concise instructions and photographs, Tying Dry Flies presents traditional techniques and innovative patterns of fly design. It shows flies that will work for all kinds of insects in all kinds of situations.
Jay Nichols is the publisher of Headwater Books and editor of the extremely popular 1001 Fly Fishing Tips.
Reviews for Tying Dry Flies
A hardback which conceals a spiral spine, so the covers and the pages open flat without cracking the spine. The way all fly-tying books should be presented. Tying Dry Flies is generously illustrated. The photography is very good and the colour reproduction is good… The tying sequences are well worked out, not too long and detailed.
Fly Fishing and Fly Tying