Favorite Flies for Baltic Seatrout
My newest self-published book arrived today, and I'm very pleased with the result
As I have already written in our blog, I have made another book using one of the excellent self-publishing systems online. Print-on-demand is a great way of making books, and I'm very pleased with the result (as I have been with the other ones).
This time I have tried to cover my favorite fly patterns, and have included 29 of the flies that I myself and my best fishing friends use 90% of the time when we fish for Danish coastal seatrout.
Each fly is covered with nice images, a materials list and a tying description. There are tips on fishing the fly and some images of the fly in action, the land- and seascapes and what I thought would do well in the context. I have also added some full spread images to break the rhythm of the flies. As I said: I'm pretty satisfied myself.
If you are interested, you can easily order your own copy. Prices start at 28 US$. I don't make money on the sales, so don't buy it for my sake or the sake of GFF, but because you want a nice book on seatrout flies.
It's a long and laborious process to make a book. This has been underway for more than 6 months, and I have worked on and off on it for a long time. There are things I want to change, and I haven't gone through the finished product in detail yet, but I know when I do I'm bound to find errors... small ones, but quite likely errors.
Still: what fun it is to have your own stuff in your own book!
I have an article in the pipeline about some new seatrout patterns that I'm starting up with this spring. And I also started making an article about doing your own books using the same online service that I have used. It's fairly easy and a lot of fun. They will both appear on the front page once they are ready.