African Fly-fishing Handbook

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Struik, 2004 - Fly fishing - 472 pages
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Fly-fishing in all its forms is the fastes-growing participatory field sport in the world. Whether you're hoping to catch trout, tigerfish, yellowfish or queenfish, there is little to match the sheer joy of fishing with a fly rod. Whether you're standing waist-deep in a raging river estuary fishing the saltwater, or wading slowly into the calm waters of an inland lake, the thrill of casting a perfect line is unmatched. Africa is one of the world's most exciting fly-fishing destinations. Dedicated fly-fishers can be found casting their lines all over the continent - in steaming tropical rivers,
 

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Contents

What when and where?
10
To think like a fish
60
Winning fly patterns
378
Appendix
451
Bibliography
459
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