The Fly Fisher, edited by Thorsten Strüben, Jan Blumentritt, Maximilian Funk & Gestalten
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Combining a connection to nature with a tranquil physical pastime, fly fishing is perfect for those in search of a bit of peace and quiet. This new edition of The Fly Fisher is a celebration of both the community and artistry of the sport, showing a new generation of aficionados alongside an established band of global fishers. The book provides a refreshing overview on the essence of fly fishing while showing how to care for nature and connect with the environment.
The Fly Fisher includesexclusive illustrations of fish species and hand-tied flies, as well as tips for finding the perfect stance and the proper grip. Presented alongside vibrant imagery of various locations, from the balmy waters of Florida to the rugged remoteness of Kamchatka, Russia, the book reveals how this rapidly growing activity cultivates both a sense of sport and a sense of spirit.
- Dimensions: 9.5” x 11.75”
- 256 pages