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Featherwing and Hackle Flies for Salmon

By: Mann, Chris

Price: $36.95

Publisher: Mechanicsburg, PA, Stackpole Books: 2006

Edition: 1st Ed, 1st Printing

Seller ID: AB00066


First US Edition, First Printing. *** (Synopsis) The tradition of tying salmon flies with feathers is a very old one, recorded in Ancient Greece, but the Victorians instilled artistry into salmon fly tying with their elaborate built-wing flies using feathers from a variety of exotic birds. After a period in which featherwing flies were eclipsed by those made from animal hairs and man-made materials, the popularity of these versatile feathers is resurging. This internati... View more info

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Shrimp & Spey Flies for Salmon & Steelhead

By: Mann, Chris; Gillespie, Robert

Price: $36.95

Publisher: Mechanicsburg, PA, Stackpole Books: 2002

Edition: 1st Ed, 1st Printing

Seller ID: AB00067


(Synopsis) The definitive guide to shrimp and spey flies for salmon and steelhead fishing includes 360 patterns from Ireland, Scotland, the U.K., Iceland, Scandinavia, Canada, and the U.S. Shrimp and spey patterns have always been important to the history of Atlantic salmon fishing, and today they continue to be the most popular type of flies for salmon and steelhead. This landmark reference is the first book to bring together the traditions of Atlantic salmon flies on b... View more info

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Tying & Fishing Bucktails and Other Hair Wings

By: Valla, Mike

Price: $29.95

Publisher: Mechanicsburg, PA, Stackpole Books: 2016

Edition: 1st Ed, 1st Printing

Inscription: Signed by the Author

Seller ID: AB01474


(Description) Very slight bumps at corners, otherwise would be As New. ***(Synopsis) The classic bucktails--Mickey Finn, Black Nose Dace--are some of the very first flies that anglers learn to tie, and they are the most well-traveled of all streamer types, from Maine to Washington, trout to salmon. With over 500 patterns, this is the only book to date written on bucktails as well as other hairwing streamers. Patterns cover both contemporary and classic flies, for salt an... View more info