Gone fishing!

"We will first take up the hackle flies, as they are the most simple in construction."

“We will first take up the hackle flies, as they are the most simple in construction.”

Published in 1888, Artificial Flies and How to Make Them by M.A. Shipley may be just what you are looking for if you are in the mood for some summer fishing. This McGill digital title is a great DIY guide to the art of fly making and tying. It even includes a handy listing of flies that that are good for all seasons and all stages of water. Novice or expert anglers can find this short summer read here.

 

 

 

 

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