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History of Fly-Fishing in Fifty Flies

by Ian Whitelaw

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Thoroughly well researched and Full of fascinating facts about the fifty most famous flies from the past to the present, their creators, recipes, variations and how and when to use them. Every fly fisher from novice to pro should have this book and these fifty flies in their fishing arsenal. ( )
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Focuses on fifty flies chosen to represent the evolution of fly fishing, including the green drake, prince nymph, and bionic bug.

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