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by Dick Talleur
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The helpful chapters include: "Tools and Instruments", "Getting Started", "Wet Flies", "Nymphs", "Streamers", "Dry Flies", and "Mixing and. Matching. Basic Fly Tying" is an eminently clear and thorough introduction to fly tying.
Here is one of the simplest flies to tie. It's a great fly to learn some basic techniques. It's as effective as the little black dress is. The Basic Black is the first fly to try from Richard W. Talleur's book called The Fly Tyer's Primer. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.
Even if you have both of those, this will be a wonderful addition to your library. Dick Talleur's earlier books have become the standard in fly tying instruction, taking the beginner to a position of confidence and skill - and even improving the technique of the most advanced fly-tyers.
An outstanding fly tying bench reference. I am just learning to tie my own flies. This book has proved to be an invaluable reference in the various techniques used to create flies. What you will find is all the how to needed to charge off into creativity.
The Benchside Introduction to Fly Tying, by Ted Leeson and Jim Schollmeyer
However, I’m sure there are others to be found online. Talleur’s easy-to-follow, plainspoken instruction and focus on the mechanics of the art of fly tying set this book apart. The Benchside Introduction to Fly Tying, by Ted Leeson and Jim Schollmeyer. The team of Leeson and Schollmeyer has produced some of the most important fly-tying books of the past two decades, and their book for beginners maintains those high standards. The combination of Leeson’s words and Schollmeyer’s photos is enhanced by an ingenious design and layout.
Definitely one of the best fly tying books to have on your bench.
In our top 15 list we have covered most styles of fly patterns from beginner to advanced. This book is not just for the beginner however as there is a nice mix of difficulty levels used throughout. All of the major styles of fly patterns are covered: dry, nymphs, wet, streamers and hairwings. Definitely one of the best fly tying books to have on your bench.
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