A beautifully illustrated and comprehensive guide to tying featherwing streamers. Learn the mysteries of the Carrie Stevens method of making Rangeley-style streamers – one of the most enduring, effective, and beautiful baitfish imitations for catching trout. Step-by-step photographic tutorials take the reader through the entire process of tying a featherwing streamer, from material selection and preparation to finishing the fly. It features exclusive recipes from the author appearing for the first time and includes numerous practical tips for solving common tying problems.
- A comprehensive guide to tying featherwing streamers - one the most effective baitfish imitations for catching trout
- Features step-by-step photographic tutorials for tying a featherwing streamer
- Proven techniques are presented in an easy-to-understand format
- Includes practical tips for solving common tying problems
- Exclusive recipes from the author which are appearing for the first time in print
- Beautifully illustrated throughout with 380 colour photographs
Sharon Wright lives in Maine. Her inherited interest in Maine tradition and history is evident in her original fly designs which have become her signature in the fly-tying community. Her great-great-great-grandfather was Joshua Gross Rich, one of Maine’s earliest outdoor sporting pioneers of the famed Rangeley Lakes region. Her passion for tying classic patterns and their histories has evolved into presentations, shows, and classes throughout the country and her work has appeared in national and international publications.
- Book Specifications
Sub Heading No ISBN 9780811713580 Author Sharon E Wright Binding Paperback Extent 280 x 216mm, 176 pages Illustrations 380 colour photographs Ebook No
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