Guide Flies - How to Tie and Fish the Killer Flies from America's Greatest Guides and Fly Shops - Dave Klausmeyer - book review - Global FlyFisher

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Guide Flies

How to Tie and Fish the Killer Flies from America's Greatest Guides and Fly Shops

Klausemeyer's style is impeccable although not very exciting. The book is a catalog of US flies, mainly trout flies for stream use, illustrated with a photo and accompanied by a materials list and a short description of the fly, the guide behind it and a bit about where and how to fish it. Not exactly ground breaking in form or content, but a nice supplement to a fly tying library.

Author: Dave Klausmeyer
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Author
Dave Klausmeyer
Title
Guide Flies
Publisher
Countryman Press, 2003
ISBN
9780881505825
Pages
128
Price
US$30.00
 

GFF rating: 4 out of 7
Above average

Reviewed by Martin Joergensen

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Klausemeyer's style is impeccable although not very exciting. The book is a catalog of US flies, mainly trout flies for stream use, illustrated with a photo and accompanied by a materials list and a short description of the fly, the guide behind it and a bit about where and how to fish it. Not exactly ground breaking in form or content, but a nice supplement to a fly tying library.

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