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Hair-hackle tying techniques & fly patterns by Mackenzie, Gordon

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Published by Frank Amato Publications in Portland .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Fly tying.,
  • Flies, Artificial.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesHair hackle tying techniques and fly patterns
StatementGordon Mackenzie.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSH451 .M295 2001
The Physical Object
Pagination87 p. :
Number of Pages87
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3326292M
ISBN 101571882685, 1571882294
LC Control Number2004300079
OCLC/WorldCa50138355

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HAIR HACKLE TYING TECHNIQUES & FLY PATTERNS Author: Laird Gordon Mackenzie of Redcastle Publisher: Frank Amato Publications, Jan Binding: Spiral-Hardcover ISBN: Item #: Price: $ Quantity: Basic shipping only. What's this?   Eric Leiser is a master fly tyer, teacher, and expert on the materials of the craft. He is the author of Fly-Tying Materials and The Complete Book of Fly Tying, 2nd edition, as well as coauthor with Larry Solomon of The Caddis and the Angler. David Klausmeyer is the editor in chief of Fly Tyer magazine. He has written numerous books and articles about fly tying, including The Orvis Guide to Reviews:   So if you are preparing for a steelhead fly-fishing trip, you probably need a solid book about the specific techniques and patterns for steelhead fly tying. Look no further because the books in this category are all you need for success, featuring in-depth analysis of the required techniques, materials, and fly patterns. Fly Tying Tips and Tricks. There are many small adjustments you can make while tying that will allow you to handle your materials much easier. On the other hand, at some point you will come to realize that there are certain materials that will give you a great deal of problems at first.

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