The Fly Fisher's Playbook: A Systematic Approach to Nymph Fly Fishing
The Fly Fishers Playbook, a Systematic Approach to Nymph Fly Fishing, has been five years in the making. With a focus on nymph fly fishing, The Playbook, combines basic skills and fundamentals with an advanced systematic approach that is designed to allow every level of fly fisher to utilize it. The Playbook is something you will design and develop to fit your strengths and weaknesses, and its foundation is built around an overall knowledge of how to attack a river with nymphs. As you continue to hone your skills and bolster your strengths, your Playbook will become comprehensive as it evolves with you. The Playbook has helped hundreds of fly fishers become better at nymphing techniques because it takes out the guesswork and replaces it with clear practical options to best match presented conditions. This book examines everything from basic gear and how to read a river and the fish, to how to present a perfect drift while you dissect the river as you present nymphs to waiting fish. Although its an intricate system, its simple to breakdown and follow, and anglers of all levels will reap its benefits. Written in a clear conversational style, you will enjoy reading the Playbook as you gain knowledge of how to approach a river from a professional guides prospective.The Playbook is the real deal.
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Fly Fisher's Playbook 2nd Edition: A Systematic Approach to Nymphing
Limited preview - 2015
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