Young Sportsman's Guide To Fly Fishing
- Authors Robert Zwirz & Morty Marshall
- Publisher Thomas Nelson & Sons
- Year 1962
- First Edition
- Excellent Condition
- Hardcover with Dust Wrapper
- b/w Photographs and Illustration
- Language English
- Pages 91
- Size cm 15x22
Any person can be a successful angler, says Robert Zwirz, the well-known authority on fly fishing, if he uses discernment in the selection of basic fly patterns and observes the stream he is fishing. An experienced coach, Robert Zwirz here explains in detail the fundamentals of fly fishing. The essential flhy patterns and their uses are presented clearly and concisely so that the beginner can readily identify the bewildering array of designs and understand their uses.
Morty Marshall's illustrations enable the young sportsman to follow the text easily. Approximately forty detailed drawings and fifteen photos show artificial flies and make clear the fundamentals of choosing the proper equipment for individual requirements.
Robert Zwirz passes on tricks and techniques he has learned trough his years of fishing. His is the advise of a skilled and friendly companion as he explains bass bugging, taking trout and using the fly rod in salt water a recent addition to the list of the many enjoyable variations of fly fishing. The rules of safe fishing round our this complete guide to the fundamentals of one of the most satisfying of outdoor activities.