61 fly patterns: Partridge and Orange, Iron Blue Dun, and many more historically proven flies Ten new chapters on tiny soft hackles and how to tie them New color photos of 38 tiny soft hackles Sylvester Nemes is singlehandedly responsible for the popularity of the soft-hackled fly in American fly fishing today. The Soft-Hackled Fly, Nemes's first book, written in 1975, was the catalyst for the resurgence. Now revised with ten new chapters on tiny flies and full-color photos, Nemes shares colorful experiences at home and abroad, the history of the soft-hackled fly, and illustrated step-by-step instructions for tying the flies. He also describes his technique of fishing the flies.... thin copper wire. hackle: Brown or gray partridge tail: 2 or 3 whisks from the center tail feather of a rooster pheasant. ... is not available from any fly tying material house I know of, but can be obtained from any small appliance repair shop. 11.
|Title||:||The Soft-Hackled Fly and Tiny Soft Hackles|
|Publisher||:||Stackpole Books - 2005-09|