The Flyfisher & the Trout's Point of View: New Light on Flyfishing Theory & Practice

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Seeley Service, 1931 - Trout fishing - 208 pages

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Contents

FIGURE PAOE
19
THE ANATOMY OF THE UNDERWATER WORLD
29
The Trouts Landscape Frontupiut PACING PAGE
32
and 1 a The Format1on of the Cone
36
The Angle Subtended by a He1ght
38
Apparent S1ze fi? Pos1t1on of the Angler as Seen by the F1sh
39
Apparent Pos1t1on of F1sh to the Angler
41
Sketch of the Tank
42
Track of Trout Tak1ng Fly 1n Mov1ng Water
89
Track of Trout Tak1ng Fly 1n Rap1d Water
91
Stages 1n the R1se to a Wet Fly
92
SOME NOTES ON FLY FISHING PRACTICE
99
Rod Top Tapers
104
Wet Dry Fly F1sh1ng
119
Angle of Reflect1on Pos1t1on of Angler Relat1ve to the Sun
132
FLIES
133

Sketch of Tank
43
The Trouts P1cture Plane
46
The Trouts P1cture Plane Adopted for Human V1s1on
47
Appearances In On the Water
60
Appearances of Natural fi? Art1f1c1al Nymphs Under Water
64
L1ght Patterns
70
Foreshorten1ng 33
77
L1ght Pattern of Drag
80
The Colour Sense of F1sh
83
Track of Trout Tak1ng Fly 1n St1ll Water
88
Sketch of an Ol1ve Nymph
148
Notes on Fly Dress1ng
151
Fly Ty1ng Knots
156
Spent Spinner W1ngs
167
Dry Fl1es
168
Nymphs fif Wet Fl1es
169
Stages 1n Construct1ng a Nymph
172
Nymphs
182
NOTES ON MODERN FLY FISHING LITERATURE
187

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