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You\'ll be enchanted and tempted by R.Valentine Atkinson\'s book with pictures of fly fishing destinations all over the world and thrilled and entertained by the accompanying texts written by the greatest contemporary writers. Read the full review here.
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This book is a collection of hundreds of small tying tips gathered during Dick Stewart's career as an editor of American Angler and Fly Fish America. Read the review here.
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A project such as this excellent book is often referred to as a soup stone project. This refers to the fact that it's built from scratch by contributions from many people.
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What stirred my interest in this book was Charles Garwood\'s article on foam flies for panfish. In this he mentions Skip Morris as his inspiration.
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