Equal parts outdoors adventure and armchair philosophy, fly-fishing
is a centuries-old sport rooted in ritual, lore, and passed-on
know-how. This passionate pursuit receives a luxurious, full-color
celebration in The Elements of Fly Fishing, a comprehensive
reference volume that covers the history and art of the sport, the
rich array of finely crafted tackle, and the fly-fishing meccas
near and far.
Featuring the informed commentary of some of the most respected
writers in the field, this handsome, indispensable publication
addresses everything from the latest equipment and casting
strategies for both fresh and salt water to the conservation
concerns facing the sport -- and ends with an illustrated glossary
of knots with step-by-step instructions. Created by The Federation
of Fly Fishers, one of the most respected fly-fishing organizations
in the nation, and illustrated with pictures from the American
Museum of Fly Fishing, which houses some of the greatest
photographs and archival resources on the subject, this gorgeous,
authoritative work is the gift for anyone who's ever felt the pull
of the river.
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