A complete and comprehensive guide to stillwater fly fishing covering all areas of the sport, from tackle and the quarry, through to fishing methods and styles as well as featuring popular fly patterns.
Introduction to Stillwater Fly Fishing
Each chapter describes how to put into practise each area of fishing in addition to showing more advanced skills, techniques and tricks. All this is done in clear, easy to understand terminology aided by diagrams and photographs, along with in-depth information, without being over technical.
The book uniquely features a ‘top tips' section at the end of most chapters, which allows the reader to easily go back and refer to them when needed. An Introduction to Stillwater Fly Fishing will appeal to all anglers whether new to the sport or more experienced.
About the author:
Darren Howie has thirty years fly fishing experience, including competition fishing as well as being a professional fly tyer. He was one of the founder members of the Ashington Kingfishers fly fishing club, now in its 22nd year. Darren has lived in the same coastal village in Northumberland all his life. Having the North Sea right on his doorstep has contributed towards fishing playing such an important part of his life from an early age. For many years now he has been a keen stillwater fly fisherman on fisheries from the North of England into Scotland.