101 Favorite Saltwater Flies is the latest fly-tying manual from acclaimed writer David Klausmeyer, to complement his recent volumes, 101 Favorite Dry Flies and 101 Favorite Nymphs and Wet Flies. If you’re a tier yearning for detailed information on the hottest new saltwater flies, this book has them all. The flies here are divided into groups to showcase the best situations to use them, and each fly comes with a complete recipe, beautiful close-up color photos, and detailed information on history, tying variations, and specialized fishing tactics.
Klausmeyer draws from his decades of fly-fishing and fly-tying experience to bring readers the story behind each fly, as well as tips and tricks you can use to add your own touches and find even more success out on the water. With this guidebook, you’ll learn to master the classic patterns, as well as hot new innovative ones.
Fly tying is not only a craft, but an art form. In 101 Favorite Saltwater Flies, Klausmeyer will help you excel at both. Avid saltwater flyfishermen will treasure this book and gain even more in-depth knowledge.
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David Klausmeyer has been the editor in chief of Fly Tyer magazine for the past twenty years. He has written numerous books and articles about fly tying, including The Orvis Guide to Beginning Fly Tying. He now does blogs and webcasts about them as well. His tying techniques are well known among tiers. He resides in Steuben, Maine.