This work, written by an experienced angler, covers aspects of the sport such as biology of the fish, tackle, flies and angling methods.
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Hugh Falkus’ Salmon Fishing is recognized as the standard work on angling for salmon. Its instant and enduring success derives from Falkus’ original thinking, based on a lifetime’s observation of salmon behavior and his outstanding ability to clearly communicate technique and theory. In this practical, well–illustrated book, every aspect of salmon fishing is discussed—from approach and strategy to tackle and tactics. Falkus explores his subject in unparalleled depth, questioning past beliefs and introducing fresh ideas. Anglers will return to the book again and again, for it’s not only a vital reference book—it’s a pleasure to read. Hugh Falkus was a distinguished writer, naturalist, filmmaker, and angler of vast experience.
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Descripción Victor Gollancz, 1989. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110854931449