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SALTWATER FLIES OF THE NORTH EAST by Angelo Peluso
SALTWATER FLIES OF THE NORTH EAST by Angelo Peluso

SALTWATER FLIES OF THE NORTH EAST by Angelo Peluso

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Saltwater Flies of the Northeast is
all about productive saltwater patterns of the Northeast--flies that are
designed to consistently catch fish. Intended to serve as a reference guide for
both beginning and advanced fly anglers and fly tiers, this book is also a
window on the world of some of the region's most successful fly fishermen.

Angelo Peluso profiles the exceptional flies of more than 100 professional
and amateur tiers, guides and captains. Their designs and patterns have been
successfully fished regionally--from the southern tip of New Jersey up through
the rugged coastline of Maine, and most all locations in between. Within these
pages are the \"go-to\" designs that each contributing fly tier, professional
guide and captain uses when the going gets tough.

With its beautiful photographs and stunning artwork, including its unique
computer-generated cover, this book is worthy of being on display. It's also
practical, with descriptions and recipes for more than 400 of today's most
effective Northeast saltwater fly patterns. An indispensable guide for fly
tying, Saltwater Flies of the Northeast is a \"must-have\" for the serious
or aspiring saltwater fly tier and fly angler.



From the Back Cover


\"Saltwater Flies of the Northeast is
comprehensive; it includes all pattern genres, and all eras. This book both
captures the state of the art in Northeast saltwater fly pattern development as
of 2006, and will serve as a foundation for future fly pattern development--for
any geographic region near the sea--by the tiers of tomorrow.\" ---Alan Caolo,
Author Sight-Fishing for Striped Bass

\"Angelo's effort is home to the soul of Northeast saltwater fly fishing.
Pioneers (Curcione and Popovics), legends (Clouser and Kreh) and local masters
like Mikkleson, Becker, Skok and Patlen all cast their imitations in the waters
of this invaluable work.\" ---Bob Lindquist

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