First Steps to Fly Fishing
By Kris Neely and Michael Temple

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“There could be no better gift to accompany a new fly fisherman’s first gear than this comprehensive, lively, readable book. Yes, it’s that good.” ~~ Midwest Book Review

Fishing with the basics: a rod, a reel, some line, and an artificial “fly” that imitates a fish’s prey is the very definition of fly fishing. And its history is, well, historical tracing its way back to at least the year 200! Today’s technology has no doubt improved the quality and durability of the equipment and materials of fly fishing, but the basics of the art of fly fishing have remained largely the same.

In 1924, Michael Temple wrote what for decades was the ‘bible’ on learning how to fly fish: First Steps in Fly Fishing. Now Cresting Wave Publishing has updated this classic for today’s anglers.

With an introduction by noted fly fishing expert and author Joshua Bergan, First Steps in Fly Fishing: The 1924 Classic Updated for Today is now the definitive book for your budding fly fisher. /*

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Weight 9.3 kg
Dimensions 6 × 0.38 × 9 cm

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