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Fisherman's Spring

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213 pages3 hours

Summary

“One of the 20th century’s most gifted angling writers” continues his seasons series with this philosophical and informational book about fly-fishing (The New York Times).
 
From one of the most prolific and enlightening fly-fishing writers comes a book that’s perfect for both novices and experts alike. With Roderick L. Haig-Brown’s advice, fly-fishermen will quickly learn how to better select equipment; learn about flies, leaders, lines, rods, and waders, and their use under different conditions; discover the proper handling of a boat in fast water; find the cast that suits him or her best; and much more.
 
Within these pages readers will learn about the abundance of spring life in the streams of British Columbia, while also enjoying Haig-Brown’s thoughtful musings about the rewards of fly-fishing. Filled with knowledge, Fisherman’s Spring showcases how the sport can enrich life with joy, adventure, and peace.

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