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by Joe Mahler

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ISBN:
0811707164
Author:
Joe Mahler
Category:
Hunting & Fishing
Language:
English
Publisher:
Stackpole / Headwater (September 3, 2010)
Pages:
96 pages
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1628 kb
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1793 kb
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1916 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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573


Mahler's new book, Essential Knots & Rigs for Trout, is a top-shelf, lovingly and beautifully illustrated primer for those of. .

Mahler's new book, Essential Knots & Rigs for Trout, is a top-shelf, lovingly and beautifully illustrated primer for those of us who love to fish with a fly. And it's published by Stackpole Books, the trusted name in fly fishing tomes. Despite the title designation "For Trout," many of the leader and terminal ties are effective and efficient for small to medium saltwater species, too. Essential Knots is intelligently partitioned into seven sections. One person found this helpful.

Mahler's new book, Essential Knots & Rigs for Trout, is a top-shelf, lovingly and beautifully illustrated primer for those of us. Pitzen), Seaguar, Orvis/Becker, and the Eugene Bend, none of which are your everyday knot-book fare. But these are all knots I've used and now champion.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase. A great and handy book for tying knots.

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Start by marking Essential Knots & Rigs for Trout as Want to Read . Full-color illustrations, knots specifically for fly fishers and modern tackle, and detailed rigging information for nymphs, dry flies, and streamers are just a few of the things that make this knot guide different from the others.

Start by marking Essential Knots & Rigs for Trout as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Each knot is meticulously illustrated with ample detail to actually teach you how to tie it, unlike some knot books that leave you guessing. Al Full-color illustrations, knots specifically for fly fishers and modern tackle, and detailed rigging information for nymphs, dry flies, and streamers are just a few of the things that make this knot guide different from the.

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Joe Mahler's articles and illustrations appear in Fly Fishing in Saltwater, Saltwater Sportsman, and other publications. Mahler is an FFF-certified fly-casting instructor, member of the Outdoor Writers Association of America, and is currently president of the Sunshine State Casting Club. He lives in Fort Myers, Florida.

Joe Mahler is best-known as a fly fishing author/illustrator living in Fort Myers, Florida. Joe is also the author and illustrator of Essential Knots & Rigs for Trout and Essential Knots & Rigs for Salt Water (Stackpole Books). His work appears in Fly Fisherman Magazine, Salt Water Sportsman, Outdoor life and other publications. As one of the nation’s leading fly casting instructors, Joe has been seen casting away in national television commercials for Bass Pro Shops, Tracker and Mako Boats

Handy, pocket-size guide of more than 50 knots and popular rigs Full-color, detailed illustrations All the best modern knots for fly fishing, and how professional guides use them

Full-color illustrations, knots specifically for fly fishers and modern tackle, and detailed rigging information for nymphs, dry flies, and streamers are just a few of the things that make this knot guide different from the others. Each knot is meticulously illustrated with ample detail to actually teach you how to tie it, unlike some knot books that leave you guessing. Also included are leader diagrams, knot-tying tips and tricks, and information on rigging strike indicators.

  • Anayanis
Good book on knots
  • Mopimicr
Before this book, the only knot I made for fishing was the Uni-knot with a couple in between that I would forget most of the time. However, after reading this book, I had no idea how much easier my life would be if I added some of these knots to my arsenal. It seriously cut a lot of my prep time in less than half. Which meant I spent more time fishing than fiddling with the stupid line.
The illustrations are amazing, which is the hardest thing to find in a fishing book. I bought one last year, and every single image looked like someone's last known photograph. This one has every single image clear and concise with step by step instructions. I have probably only finished a third of the knots in the book, but my fishing life has already become so much easier.

This book is worth it's weight in Gold.
  • Debeme
Essential Knots & Rigs for Trout
reviewed by David Lambert

I'm the easiest guy to buy for at Christmas. Give me a good knot book and I can stay busy, content even, until Valentine's Day, maybe Easter. So when fishing illustrator Joe Mahler told me he'd just completed work on an illustrated knot book, well, I was excited for him. . .and for me.

Mahler's new book, Essential Knots & Rigs for Trout, is a top-shelf, lovingly and beautifully illustrated primer for those of us who love to fish with a fly. And it's published by Stackpole Books, the trusted name in fly fishing tomes. Despite the title designation "For Trout," many of the leader and terminal ties are effective and efficient for small to medium saltwater species, too.

Essential Knots is intelligently partitioned into seven sections. It begins with knots for attaching backing to fly reel and runs logically through the full fly fishing system, with a couple of chapters at the end dedicated to multi-hook rigs and strike indicators.

What sets this book apart from the lower order knot books is Mahler's choice to include knots like the 16-20 Knot (a.k.a. Pitzen), Seaguar, Orvis/Becker, and the Eugene Bend, none of which are your everyday knot-book fare. But these are all knots I've used and now champion. Of particular interest to me is Mahler's chapter on leaders and the art and info depicting multi-fly rigs, which will can benefit fishers of waters both sweet and saline.

Simple, clear written descriptions accompany the artwork, but Mahler's visuals are so expertly and vividly rendered that the written is almost unnecessary. And that's a good thing, since trying to follow written directions from a knot book is confusing, like trying to follow driving directions from a slow talker.

You've seen Joe Mahler's illustrations in most all the good fishing publications recently and you'll see much of his work in Jon Cave's new casting book, due out late this year. Pick up Mahler's book and you'll see why the magazines love his illustrations -- they're exceptional and accessible, just like his new book.

Available at fly shops, fishing stores, and online.

Essential Knots and Rigs for Trout, © 2010 by Joe Mahler, 92 pages, full color slicks, $14.95, Stackpole Books, ISBN 978-0-8117-0716-9
  • Urllet
This is not the information I was looking for and I could not return the book. I do not understand why not I suspect the book is fine, but not what I wanted.