Introduction to Fly Fishing by Tony Scott
decided to take up this aspect of angling? You won’t regret
it, I assure you.
following short chapters I hope to deliver a brief although accurate
explanation of the tackle, its use and introduce you to some of
the insects and their imitations that we use to attract and -
sometimes - catch our quarry, be it in a small babbling country
brook, larger river or still water.
are a great many books available on the market that will give
you a more in depth knowledge of our sport. Should you enjoy this
little pre-amble I suggest you search them out to increase your
personal knowledge and skills.
flyfishing in 1994 and made all of the mistakes that I hope to
guide you around. I ran a fishing tackle shop for five years in
the UK, qualifying as a STANIC (Salmon and Trout Association National
Instructors Certificate) instructor in 2001 in the discipline
of Trout fishing, before moving to France in 2004 to run a small
holiday business specialising in flyfishing there. If you have
the time, please visit our site Fly
Fishing in France
helped introduce many people into the sport and sincerely hope
that you will find the following guides useful.
thing…………always wear eye protection (I
suggest polarised sunglasses) and a suitable hat when fly fishing
as flies have hooks and can travel at up to 80 mph during casting….
Need I say more?
the reader good sport and tight lines.
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