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Anglers Book Supply Co 0-07-142787-2 Getting Started In Fly Fishing


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Acknowledgments Introduction Part 1: Getting Out There 1. The Start-Up Kit Rod, Reel, and Line Leader and Tippet Flies Tools: Fly Boxes, Nippers, Hemostats, Fly Floatant, Landing Net, and Sunscreen Waders Clothing and Sunglasses Vests 2. Before You Wet Your Line Knots: Attaching the Leader to the Fly Line, the Tippet to the Leader, and the Fly to the Tippet Casting the Line Wading In Deciding Where to Fish Knowing How Flies Should Look to Fish 3. Your First Day on the Stream Gearing Up: Planning When and Where to Go, Assembling the Fly Rod, Choosing and Attaching the Fly, Donning Waders and Vest Your First Cast onto the Water Your First Cast to a Rising Trout Hooking, Playing, and Landing Your First Fish Checking Your Leader, Tippet, and Fly Before Casting to Your Next Fish Fishing Varieties of Trout Water Quitting Time 4. Your Second Day on the Stream Watching the Water Tying on the Right Dry Fly When and How to Fish a Nymph When and How to Fish a Wet Fly When and How to Fish a Streamer Mending Line 5. More About Trout and How to Catch Them More About Trout More About Trout Streams Fishing in Lakes and Ponds Part 2: The Art and Science of Fly Fishing 6. Casting Problems and Solutions The Line Doesn't Straighten Out on the Backcast or the Forecast The Line Cracks Like a Whip Unwanted Knots in the Leader: The Tailing Loop There's No Room for a Backcast Casting Sinking Line and Heavier Flies Casting in the Wind 7. More on Understanding and Imitating What Trout Eat The Foods Trout Eat Mayflies Caddisflies Stoneflies Terrestrials Still-Water Foods Forage Fish 8. Presenting Flies to Trout Dry Fly Strategies Nymph Strategies Strategies for Wet Flies and Streamers Still-Water Strategies 9. Trout Waters and Stream Safety Groundwater Rising Water to High Water Falling Water to Low Water Stream Safety-Again 10. The Future of Fly Fishing Stream Etiquette Local Conservation Regional Conservation Groups National Groups Part 3: Going Farther and Further 11. Beyond Trout Salmon and Steelhead Other Freshwater Quarry Saltwater Fly Fishing 12. Flies and Fly Tying Attractor Flies All-Purpose Flies Imitator Flies Dry Flies Wet Flies Nymphs Streamers Saltwater Flies Fly Tying Tom's Terrific Twenty-Four for Trout Bibliography Resources Index

About the Author

Tom Fuller is a lifelong angler and a writer whose articles have been widely published in fishing and outdoor magazines. He is New England editor of Field & Stream magazine, and owns and operates a tree farm in Massachusetts. HOMETOWN: Belchertown, MA

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