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HOW TO TIE
From the RONALD SPORTS LIBRARY
by E. C. Gregg
Original Publication: 1940
If you have never taken a fish on a fly of your own making,
you have missed one of the greatest thrills of fishing.
The author, E. C. Gregg, is a recognized authority,
and a guest speaker on just about every nationwide
radio broadcasting company since 1929.
E. C. describes the methods of construction
used by the professional fly tier so that you can
make your own flies in your own home.
In the first part of the book, E. C.
advises you regarding tools, hooks, and materials
to procure to make the popular patterns.
Then, step by step, with detailed instructions,
he tells you how to tie bucktail
streamers, wet flies, fan wings, dry flies,
nymphs, bass flies, feather streamers, bass bugs, and others.
In addition to more than 100 drawings,
he includes 73 actual-size photographs of flies
he has tied so that you will have
pictures of the finished products to go by.
The book is concluded with a list of 334 flies,
alphabetically arranged, and described as to
dressing: tag, tail, ribs, body, hackle and wings.
What a treasure to behold...
Your fishing life is about to take on a
WHOLE NEW DEMINSION.
Boy, won't the fish be surprised!
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