Tying Furled Flies
Patterns for Trout, Bass, and Steelhead
- First book devoted to this innovative and versatile techniques
- 20 new patterns, covering mayflies, caddisflies, stoneflies, damselflies and dragonflies, and grasshoppers and crickets
- 500 step-by-step color photos clearly show how to tie the flies
In Tying Furled Flies, author Ken Hanley introduces readers to furling, the technique of twisting materials together. Furling has unlimited potential for creating distinctive mottled and variegated patterns to imitate some of the common (and not so common) foods that trout, bass, and steelhead feed on. Hanley offers insights on how to fish these patterns using techniques from standard presentations to more radical "puppeteering" to entice fish to strike.
About the Author:
Ken Hanley travels the world conducting fishing and adventure specialty programs. A 2005 inductee into the NCC/FFF Fly Fishing Hall of Fame, Hanley is the author of six books and has been featured in two instructional DVDs. He also writes and photographs for national and regional publications in the outdoor industry. He lives in Fremont, California.
"If you like your flies to be durable, easy to tie, and effective you?ll want this volume close to your fly-tying table."
--Les Johnson, author of Fly-Fishing for Coastal Cutthroat Trout, Tube Flies, and Fly Fishing for Pacific Salmon.