Contemporary Fly Patterns
of British Columbia
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Shipping Weight:1.11 pounds
Author: Art Lingren
British Columbia's fly-tying heritage is rich, however it has become richer over the past 20 years because of the many good contemporary tiers, some of whom contributed to this book. The flies herein, and the ingenious thinking that has gone into these creations, are evidence of this inventive fly-tying talent.
To have been included, each fly must: have a proven track record; recognize the originator(s); not be flavor of the month; be commercially available; an innovative pattern favored by a guide or knowledgeable and experienced fly-fisher; must display some originality; prefer B.C.-oriented flies; be a tribute to the art and craft of fly-tying.
Check out the hundreds of fly patterns...for a host of British Columbia game fish, such as: sea-run cutthroat; freshwater salmon; river rainbow trout, cutts, and char; interior stillwater trout; steelhead;' saltwater salmon; and more...for many fly-fishing techniques.
Another first-class book from Art Lingren!
8 1/2 x 11 Inches, 104 Pages, All-Color
Published March 2006
"With interviews, tying recipes and colorful photography, Lingren has provided a lexicon of flies and patterns tailored to fresh and salt water fishing in BC." __Terry W. Sheely, The Reel News, June 2006
"...this is an excellent book of very fishable fly patterns that also records the work of some of the fine British Columbia fly tiers and designers. This book makes a great addition to every fly tying library." __Bruce E. Harang, FFF Fly Fisher