A comprehensive book that takes an in-depth look at the ever-popular sport of fly fishing, this complete guide presents a deep appreciation and understanding of the behaviour of fish such as trout, salmon and grayling.In "John Bailey's Complete Guide to Fly Fishing", internationally renowned author, photographer and angler John Bailey covers the philosophy of fly fishing and the role of the angler-naturalist, before considering more practical issues of fly fishing such as tackle, permits, flies and much more. The author provides the right amount of detail and encouragement to ensure that all who participate, from the novice to the experienced angler, will get the very best out of their sport.Illustrated with 200 stunning full-colour photographs, "John Bailey's Complete Guide to Fly Fishing" is guaranteed to give much pleasure and insight to anglers at all levels.
John Bailey is an internationally renowned author, photographer and presenter of television programmes on angling and natural history. One of Britain's best-known anglers, he has written numerous books, including the award-winning Trout at Ten Thousand Feet, John Bailey's Complete Guide to Fishing, Where to Fly Fish in Britain and Ireland (all New Holland), Tales from the Riverbank (BBC Books) and John Bailey's Freshwater Fishing (Dorling Kindersley). He lives in Salthouse, in north Norfolk.