Learn the mysteries of the Carrie Stevens method of making Rangeley-style streamers—one of the most enduring, effective, and beautiful baitfish imitations for catching trout.
Author: Sharon E. Wright
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Learn the mysteries of the Carrie Stevens method of making Rangeley-style streamers—one of the most enduring, effective, and beautiful baitfish imitations for catching trout. Step-by-step photo tutorials walk the reader through the entire process of tying a featherwing streamer, from material selection and preparation to finishing the fly. • Proven techniques presented in easy-to-understand text and full color photos • Practical tips for solving common tying problems • Exclusive recipes from the author, appearing for the first time in print
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Author: Edward D. Melillo
A fascinating, entertaining dive into the long-standing relationship between humans and insects, revealing the surprising ways we depend on these tiny, six-legged creatures. Insects might make us shudder in disgust, but they are also responsible for many of the things we take for granted in our daily lives. When we bite into a shiny apple, listen to the resonant notes of a violin, get dressed, receive a dental implant, or get a manicure, we are the beneficiaries of a vast army of insects. Try as we might to replicate their raw material (silk, shellac, and cochineal, for instance), our artificial substitutes have proven subpar at best, and at worst toxic, ensuring our interdependence with the insect world for the foreseeable future. Drawing on research in laboratory science, agriculture, fashion, and international cuisine, Edward D. Melillo weaves a vibrant world history that illustrates the inextricable and fascinating bonds between humans and insects. Across time, we have not only coexisted with these creatures but have relied on them for, among other things, the key discoveries of modern medical science and the future of the world's food supply. Without insects, entire sectors of global industry would grind to a halt and essential features of modern life would disappear. Here is a beguiling appreciation of the ways in which these creatures have altered--and continue to shape--the very framework of our existence.
Much of our fly-fishing and fly-tying heritage was handed down to us from Great
Britain. ... patterns were feather wing streamers. ... Bucktail became a staple of
the streamer patterns that were developed in Maine during the late 19th century.
Author: Tim Jacobs
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
A complete guide to selecting, handling, and tying deer hair, with notes on using other hairs as well. Covers patterns for trout, bass, musky, and other species as well as important fishing techniques.
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Author: Judith Dunham
Publisher: Chronicle Books Llc
Showcases the creations of twenty-three Atlantic salmon flytyers from the United States, Canada, Europe, and Japan, and includes interviews in which they discuss their inspiration and angling experiences