Fly Fishing Made Easy
A Manual For Beginners With Tips For The Experienced
by Michael Rutter and Dave Card
Published by Falcon Guide, Guildford Connecticut Helena, Montana – An Imprint of the Globe Pequot Press. First published 1994, 1997, 2001, 2007 Fourth Edition. ISBN -13: 978-0-7627-4118-2. ISBN -10: 0-7627-4118-X. Size: 235mm x 190mm. 222pp. All photographs are black and white. Soft cover.
Discover the thrill and adventure of fly fishing in Fly Fishing Made Easy. Perfect for beginners eager to land their first fly-caught fish and for more experienced anglers looking to advance their skills, this handbook offers instruction and tried-and-true techniques for getting the most out of this exciting sport. Clearly written and generously illustrated, it presents a practical, informative approach, geared specifically toward novice and intermediate fly fishers but with numerous tips for advanced anglers.
Learn how to select the right equipment, master basic as well as intermediate casting techniques, read the water in order to find the fish, study various types of water bugs to determine what the fish are feeding on, and pick the right fly for the job. Whether you are venturing into your local trout stream for the first time or planning a long fishing odyssey, this comprehensive guide will enhance your fishing adventures.
Michael Rutter has written numerous articles on fishing for Outdoor Life and Sports Afield as well as specialised fly fishing pieces for Fly Fishing and The Flyfisher. He lives in Utah and is the author of forty books.
Dave Card is a well-known fishing instructor and writer who contributes to Utah Fishing and Outdoors magazines. The Utah resident teaches fly fishing and fly-tying classes and lectures at fishing seminars and shows.