This is a reprint of the original book published in 1890 by Mary Orvis Marbury, who wrote to anglers all over the country soliciting information on ...Show synopsisThis is a reprint of the original book published in 1890 by Mary Orvis Marbury, who wrote to anglers all over the country soliciting information on their favorite lures. With descriptions of over 300 flies, this collection is as current as when it was written. Photos.Hide synopsis
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The origins of flies of the day are given good reviews by fisherman in the US and Canada, various bodies of water that these flies will catch fish. Names of the fly dresser's that have created these works of art.Good reference for those who wanted to know where that fly originated.And of course a few fishing stories. Good winter read waiting for snow to melt and spring to happen.
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Mary Orvis Marbury's book is the place to start in studying flies and fly tying. (Unless, of course, you are really into the British tradition, in which case you need a few of the earlier British tomes.)
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