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ISBN:
0070456380
Author:
Tom McNally
Category:
Hunting & Fishing
Language:
English
Publisher:
International Marine/Ragged Mountain Press; 2 edition (September 22, 1997)
Pages:
354 pages
EPUB book:
1993 kb
FB2 book:
1890 kb
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1195 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
185


I am very disapointed with this book

I am very disapointed with this book. McNally wastes a lot of time pumping himself up by telling us about how he won some distance casting contests back in his prime, how fly line used to be labeled when he first got into fly fishing, and other useless info. His section on fly casting is pitiful and provides no real information to a beginner. The funniest part is his fly casting problems and remedies - I've seen better information on an index card. His section on fly tying is also useless.

With nearly fifty years of fly fishing to look back on, Tom McNally knows how it's done, from angling for tiny brook trout in mountain streams .

With nearly fifty years of fly fishing to look back on, Tom McNally knows how it's done, from angling for tiny brook trout in mountain streams to fly casting for giant marlin in the open ocean - and everything in between. This book is the culmination of a long and respected career as one of the world's best-known outdoor writers - the collected knowledge ofalmost a half-century of fly fishing condensed to fit between two covers.

The Complete Book of Flyfishing" does many things well This is a very good book for the novice fly fisherman.

The Complete Book of Flyfishing" does many things well. A great book for the novice fly fisherman. This is a very good book for the novice fly fisherman. I have read many fly fishing books,but this one I feel is the best one. Everything is put down in simple form to make it very easy for the beginner to understand. There are many pictures also to show step by step procedures that are explained. The section on leaders I found very helpfull,showing with pictures and words the proper way to make your own tappered leaders.

Start by marking Complete Book of Fly Fishing as Want to Read . With nearly fifty years of fly fishing to look back on, Tom McNally knows how it's done, from angling for tiny brook trout in mountain streams to fly casting for giant marlin in the open ocean - and everything in between.

Start by marking Complete Book of Fly Fishing as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

So begins The Complete Book of Fly Fishing, a combination primer-encyclopedia that is indeed a fairly complete book-and without sacrificing depth for breadth. Early chapters include the basics, such as history, equipment, and technique. McNally explains the differences between dry flies, nymphs, and wet flies, and how to approach these very different forms of fly-fishing.

There's an old saying among fly fishers that equipment isn't the only thing, it's everything. But the best equipment in the world will catch few fish if you don't know how to use it. Experienced anglers with dimestore equipment can outfish the superbly equipped tyro every time-because they know how it's done. With nearly fifty years of fly fishing to look back on, Tom McNally knows how it's done, from angling for tiny brook trout in mountain streams to fly casting for giant marlin in the open ocean-and everything.

Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iO. You know that the joy of fishing comes with skill, patience, and the right equipment.

Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Fishing Basics, 2E" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. You can get yourself to the water and relax, but when it comes to baiting your hook and casting your cares away, you feel like a minnow swimming with the sharks! Don't throw back your angling ambitions just yet!

2 brand new from £1. 3. Publisher: McGraw-Hill.

The Complete Book of Fly Fishing by Tom McNally (1993, Hardcover).

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There's an old saying among fly fishers that equipment isn't the only thing, it's everything. But the best equipment in the world will catch few fish if you don't know how to use it. Experienced anglers with dimestore equipment can outfish the superbly equipped tyro every time--because they know how it's done.

With nearly fifty years of fly fishing to look back on, Tom McNally knows how it's done, from angling for tiny brook trout in mountain streams to fly casting for giant marlin in the open ocean--and everything in between. This book is the culmination of a long and respected career as one of the world's best-known outdoor writers--the collected knowledge of almost half a century of fly fishing condensed to fit between two covers. Here, in plain language, is a complete book of fly fishing from a complete fly fisherman.

  • Simple
My father taught me how to fly fish starting around age 8. I loved it and took off from there. I didn't do such a good job passing it on to my kids, so I was looking for a book I could leave for my kids when I leave them my fly rod and reel collection. I also hope to get my grandchildren interested as well. Brooks book is a treasure trove of the art of fly fishing with chapter after chapter of information on every aspect of the sport. The book is chock full of old black and white photos of Brooks applying his trade, reminding me of my father. I would certainly recommend this book to any fly fishing advocate, and certainly think this will be a classic for many more generations.
  • Lli
Everything you ever wanted to know about fly fishing but were afraid to ask...
  • Manazar
I am very disapointed with this book. McNally wastes a lot of time pumping himself up by telling us about how he won some distance casting contests back in his prime, how fly line used to be labeled when he first got into fly fishing, and other useless info. His section on fly casting is pitiful and provides no real information to a beginner. The funniest part is his fly casting problems and remedies - I've seen better information on an index card. His section on fly tying is also useless.
The final offense is that in several pictures of trout, McNally describes how the trout was handled gently and released carefully. Then in the saltwater fishing section, he catches a small dolphin and shows a picture of himself gaffing the dolphin with a caption that reads "Dolphins are good eating!".
McNally might be a great fly fisher but his book as awful. I would recommend the LLBean book over this one for beginners anyday.
  • Gardataur
Might be the best book on fly fishing ever written.
On the orher hand the picture was of a book with dust cover. Book arrived without dust cover. Fraud?
  • Daiktilar
Very complete compilation of information.
  • Globus
Very informative book. A large bit of information that is great for those just getting into fly fishing
  • Gldasiy
Best Fly Fishing information which I have ever read. I have been fly fishing most of my life, but I still picked up some excellent
techniques from Joe Brooks. All Fly Fishermen should own this book! Great stuff!
Great book