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Running Time: 100 mins
Fly fishing for salmon depends mainly on the co-operation of the fish, for we are trying to catch a fish that is not feeding.
Hour after hour the salmon might ignore the fly and then…Bingo! He takes! But fly-fishing for salmon also involves good presentation, which is why some people catch more salmon than others. And it is about the salmon fly itself.
In this volume Malcolm Greeenhalgh ties a range of flies that will catch salmon, flies that you can dress on all types of hooks, tubes and shanks. And he talks and demonstrates, with John Todd, methods including the neglected ‘working the fly’ and ‘dibbling’.