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Snake River Flies: Eighty Years of Proven Patterns for a World Fly Fishing

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Snake River Flies chronicles the rich history of fly pattern development in the Snake River basin from its infancy in the 1930s to contemporary flies of the twentieth-first century. The lineage of fly tiers includes such greats as Marcella Oswald, Bruce Staples, Scott Sanchez, and Ken Burkholder. Special attention is given to innovative designs for particular types of water, trout food, and trout species. The 100-plus patterns within this work have been proven producers not only in the Rocky Mountain West, but throughout the world for a variety of game fish.

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