Author: Marla Blair
Publisher: GLOBE PEQUOT ( THE LYONS PRESS, FALCON), Oct 2005
Turn cant into can with this positive & informative guide to beginning fly fishing. Chapters on everything the angler needs to know about rods, fly lines, waders, knots, fly casting, & much more. For the beginner & the veteran who never stops learning. B&W photos & illus; 6x9 inches, 224 pgs.
For the beginning angler, many first casts are met with negative expectations and frustration. However, a positive approach can make these first experiences more successful, and each subsequent cast more enjoyable. Positive Fly Fishing is an authoritative resource for the novice that details the key elements of fly fishing in clear, accessible detail. Above all, this guide teaches how positive thinking can enhance the learning experience and make fly fishing worthwhile.
This companion includes chapters on everything the angler needs to know about rods, fly lines, waders, knots, fly casting, and much more. From the beginner to the veteran who never stops learning, no angler should be without this expert and indispensable guide that will surely turn every I cant into Yes, I can.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
MARLA BLAIR was first introduced to fly fishing fourteen years ago, and has been obsessed with it ever since. An FFF Certified Casting Instructor, she currently operates her own guide and instruction service in western Massachusetts, and offers her services to men, women, and children in both Massachusetts and northwest Connecticut. Positive Fly Fishing is her first book. She lives in Massachusetts.