by Ted Leeson and Jim Schollmeyer
With over 2,200 step-by-step color photographs. Written by a contributor to "Field and Stream" and "Fly Rod and Reel" magazines, as well as an expert professional photographer with experience in the sports fishing realm, filled cover to cover with over 2,200 step-by-step color photographs, Tying Emergers is a hands on, walk-me-through guide for fishermen of all skill and experience levels.
217 emerger patterns, each with individual fly plate and recipe, ensure that even the most dedicated and practiced emerger fly fisher will see something knew in this amazing and comprehensive resource especially recommended for fly fishing enthusiasts.
Two of fly-fishing’s most well respected writers collaborate once again, this time discussing emergers.
Emergence is itself a behavior, and it puts the tier in a challenging and rather unusual position ... not that of imitating a fixed and recognizable form of the insect, but rather of representing a process. This book shows you how, including: emerger design and materials, basic tying techniques, many specialized tying techniques, fly patterns, and more. When you invest in a book by these two authors you know what you will get ... up-to-the-minute information, well-written text, and superb photography, Tying Emergers will not let you down.