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Shrimp and Spey Flies for Salmon and Steelhead by Chris Mann, Robert Gillespie

Shrimp and Spey Flies for Salmon and Steelhead

Description : 360 patterns from Ireland, Scotland, the U.K., Iceland, Scandinavia, Canada, and the U.S. Shrimp and spey patterns have always been important to the history of Atlantic salmon fishing, and today they continue to be the most popular type of flies for salmon and steelhead. This landmark reference is the first book to bring together the traditions of Atlantic salmon flies on both sides of the Atlantic with the steelhead fisheries of North America.

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Authors : Chris Mann, Robert Gillespie

Published Date : 2001

Publisher : Stackpole Books

ISBN : 0811714284

Page : 222 Pages

Categories : Sports & Recreation

Total Download: 39

Filesize: 5 MB

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