How to Flyfish
by John Symonds
From newcomer to improver
In this clear and attractive book are all the essential skills you need to be a competent all-round flyfisher.
With John Symonds you will learn how to fish for trout and salmon in stillwaters from both bank and boat; in rivers; dry fly and wet fly.
You will know how to tie reliable and easy knots, to construct the
right leaders, learn where the fish are most likely to lie, how to cast to them and which flies to use.
How to Flyfish will bring you up-to-date with all the latest on leader construction and knots, boat control with the paradrogue, traditional nymphing methods to the popular tenkara style.
Packed with useful tips and clear diagrams.
85 Colour illustrations
May 30, 2017
About the Author:
John Symonds is a keen fly-fisherman and fishes for salmon, trout and grayling in the Wye and Usk catchments as well as the Welsh borderlands. He decided to become a certified casting instructor and guide as a retirement occupation and has successfully qualified to Advanced Professional Game Angling Instructors (APGAI) single- and double-handed levels, and is an International Federation of Fly Fishers (FFF) Two-Handed Casting Instructor (THCI). John’s other interests include photography and graphic design. He lives in Hereford.