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"Learn How To Fly Fish"

an educational product from
The School of FlyFishing

"Thanks for sending the book.   I have read a lot of fly fishing books, but your book will be my fly fishing reference book and the others will be sold at a garage sale."

Patrick Mitchell
Cold Spring, MN

      The School of FlyFishing provides an information-packed, 300 page textbook to its students as part of its regular Outdoor Course curriculum. Amongst the 10 chapters are a wealth of knowledge designed to provide both fundamentals and reference material that are useful for a lifetime of fly fishing.

     This working textbook is the cornerstone reference for the "Cast A Fly, Catch A Student" curriculum of the "Fishing in Schools" program and is used in elementary, middle schools, high schools and colleges to teach fly fishing.  Also available in eBook format.

      Written by Dana C. Cole, Director of The School of FlyFishing and board member of the Fishing Education Foundation, there are some 1600 pictures/ illustrations, multitudes of graphics, all presented in a clear, easy-to-follow manner. Formatted in a step-by-step style, the reader is lead from one principle to the next so that the building blocks of knowledge are simple and straightforward.

      The "mystique" and perception of difficulty often associated with the sport of fly fishing are replaced by a common sense approach that teaches sound basics from the ground up.  It provides a lifetime reference for the beginner to advanced fly fisher.

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