Fly Fishing - Thornton Anthology
Fly Fishing - Thornton Anthology

Fly Fishing - Thornton Anthology

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Regular price $16.95

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By: Thornton, Barry
ISBN: 9780888394262
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 8.5" X 5.5"
Pages: 224
Photos: 34
Illustrations: 14
Publication Date: 2000

Description

PR Highlights: How, and where to Fly Fish in the Northwest.
PHOTO Highlights: 34 photo glossy color section.

Description: This book offers readers all they need to know about fishing with flies in the Great North West. The anthology's lively and easy-to-read style is complemented by a vivid thirty-two-page color picture section. Full of valuable information, tips of tackle, amusing anecdotes and useful reminders, Fly Fishing will reel-in readers in pursuit of trophy fish.

Fly Fishing is a compendium of forty-five of Barry Thorton's best articles and columns on fishing with flies in the Northwest. Barry focuses on three main angling opportunities--saltwater fly fishing for Pacific salmon, fly fishing for steelhead and still water fishing for rainbow trout. These are the primary fishing sports in the region and provide a worthy challenge for those anglers who have been drawn to fly fishing. The anthology's lively and easy-to-read style is complemented by a vivid thirty-two-page color picture section. Full of valuable information, tips of tackle, amusing anecdotes and useful reminders, Fly Fishing will reel-in readers in pursuit of trophy fish.

Author Biography

Barry Thorton is one of B.C.'s most widely read outdoor authors. Having published more than 1,000 articles and authored five other Hancock House books, Barry is a prolific and award-winning writer. He is the recipient of the Award of Merit from the Outdoor Writers of Canada and the Award of Excellence from the Northwest Outdoor Writers Association, and he was awarded the Roderick Haig-Brown Memorial Award for excellence in presenting fisheries issues to the public.