Synopses & Reviews
No matter how experienced you are, the Little Book of Fly Fishing for Salmon will remind you that there is always more to learn. In the rush to put a fly into the water, it's easy to forget that one of the great joys of this wonderful sport is that it continually provides a new challenge to be mastered. With guidance and tips on modern tackle, fly lines and flies, and many delightful photographs, Little Book of Fly Fishing for Salmon will help you to improve your tactics, techniques, and your catches. You will be reminded of the life cycle of the salmon and when and how best to fish for them, and you will be encouraged to rethink what it is to be a salmon fisher in these more enlightened times, when stocks are less plentiful and good codes of practice are essential to ensure the long-term future of this fascinating fish. Richard Duplock produced and directed one of the first and most successful series of instructional fly fishing videos. He has fished for salmon for more than 30 years, in the company of some of the sport's great anglers and true characters, and on some of the finest waters in Britain and abroad. Here he shares much of what he has learned.
About the Author
Richard Duplock began his career in the video and television industry in the late 1970s and has produced and directed a broad catalog of documentary, corporate and video programs both for the broadcast and video publishing industries. Corporate clients include companies from the world fashion, gas exploration and food, and his video publishing catalogs range in subject matter from sports to music. His acclaimed series of videos and DVDs based on British field sports continue to sell worldwide, which include one of the first and most successful series of instructional fly fishing videos. Richard has fished for salmon and trout for more than 30 years in the company of some of the sport's great anglers.