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Running Time: 100 mins
The wild trout lakes of Scotland and Ireland are home for a wide range of trout flies, some of which go back to the early years of the 19th Century and some of which are almost 21st century. In this volume Malcolm Greenhaigh dresses a range of great lake flies – flies that catch trout in all lakes – and joins Frankie McPhillips, the great Irish fly-dresser, in his shop, to tie the magnificent Murrough. Presentation is as important as the fly…So we look at presentation of the fly, in some wild loughs and bank and from a boat.