TYING TERRESTRIALS FOR SUPER FISHINGby: C. Boyd Pfeiffer
Tools, Tricks & Tips for Tying Everything from Grasshoppers to Inchworms. Never before has fly tying been made to look so simple. Covers both basic & unusual designs & patterns for flies imitating everything from grasshoppers & cicadas to ants & inch worms. 250+ Color photos; 8.5×11 inches, 192 pgs.
A fully illustrated, step-by-step guide to tying and fishing terrestrial imitations, from widely-known fly tying expert C. Boyd Pfeiffer.
Never before has fly tying been made to look so simple. With full-color photos and plain-English instructions, this guide covers both basic and unusual designs and patterns for flies imitating everything from grasshoppers and cicadas to ants and inch worms. Armed with the proper tying tools and a vise, you can learn to tie with deer hair, foam, cork, balsa, natural materials, and synthetics to make realistic and imitative terrestrial patterns for taking trout, panfish, bass, and many other species.
Pfeiffer provides special chapters listing the tools and materials you’ll need, time-saving tricks and tips for tying terrestrials, and his methods and techniques for using terrestrial flies for all fish species. Full-color throughout, including more than 250 color photographs.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
C. Boyd Pfeiffer is the author of innumerable articles and several bestselling fly tying books, including Simple Flies (Countryman), Fly Fishing Bass Basics, Fly Fishing Saltwater Basics, Tying Trout Flies, and Tying Warmwater Flies. He lives in Phoenix, MD.
Publisher: W.W. NORTON & COMPANY
Publish Date: 07-01-2008