THE POCKET GUIDE TO MATCHING THE HATCHby: Peter Lapsley
This compact, little pocket book – the first ever to feature the natural insect next to its matching artificial fly – arms the angler with all the information he needs to select the right fly from his flybox. Full color t/out; 4.5×6 inches, 96 pgs.
Angler's Entomology & Hatch Guides
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
This compact, little pocket book – the first ever to feature the natural insect next to its matching artificial fly – arms the angler with all the information he needs to select the right fly from his flybox.
* Superb photographs of aquatic insects (larvae, pupae, adults) with the artificial flies positioned alongside them
* Times of hatching
* The geographical distribution
* Whether it is a river fly or a lake fly, or both
* Life cycles of the insects
* Clues from the river and from the trout’s behaviour
Peter Lapsley contributes regularly to Flyfishing & Flytying and is author of several fishing books. He is a qualified national game angling instructor. Dr Cyril Bennett is one of the UK’s leading entomologists, specialising in river insects. His photographs of insects – some never before captured on camera – add a unique element to this book.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Peter Lapsley has been fishing for trout, sea trout and grayling in the UK and overseas for over 50 years and is a qualified game angling instructor. He has contributed countless articles to a wide range of British and overseas game angling and field sports magazines. This is the eleventh book he has written or co-written. Although he lives in London and fishes chiefly on the chalkstreams and stillwaters of southern England, Peter retains a passion for the lovely wild-trout waters of Scotland, Wales and Ireland, of the north and south-west England. He is married with two children.
Publisher: SCB Distributors
Publish Date: 04-09-2010