Tube Flies Two: Evolution
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Authors: Mark Mandel and Bob Kenly
Since the release of his 1995 book, Tube Flies, with Les Johnson, changes in tube flies have been considerable--what hasn't changed is their artistry, durability, and effectiveness. Thanks to talented tiers around the world, the advances in materials, technique, and esthetics have been remarkable. New products abound, and it is not an exaggeration to say the new fly designs and tying techniques that co-evolved with all these new products have expanded the horizon of fly tying. Tube flies have long been popular in Europe and Asia, you will be amazed at the advantages of using them on all fish species in all water types.
Tube Flies Two: Evolution includes 227 flies from 35 tiers in 14 countries, with each tier sharing tips and techniques for tying and fishing their flies. Whether you are familiar with tube flies, or have no idea what they are, you will find this book indispensable.
8 1/2 x 11 Inches, 176 Pages, All-Color, Index
"Three seconds after being asked to review this excellent new manifesto on tube flies, I thought first I tie flies with feathers and bits and pieces of natural organic animal or whatever! In my mind tubes were a crutch for those who either had no fly tying skills or were simply lazy and wanted a quick way to throw an offering together...... I was wrong, dead wrong. This book will educate and enlighten anyone who thinks they understand Tube Flies and their unique construction!" __Dan Fallon, Rackelhanen, Flyfishing Magazine, June 2007
"This is tube fly inspiration beyond anything I had imagined and so many aspects of tube fly tying and fishing is covered that I'm not really sure that I have grasped it all yet. Definitely a Global Class book in my perspective." __Martin Joergensen, www.GlobalFlyFisher.com , August 2007