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by Michael Radencich,Bob Veverka

eBook Spey Flies and How to Tie Them download ISBN: 0811700321
Author: Michael Radencich,Bob Veverka
Publisher: Stackpole Books; First Edition edition (December 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 1
ePub: 1381 kb
Fb2: 1652 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Sports
Subcategory: Hunting and Fishing

My first fly-tying book was Art Flick’s Streamside Guide to Naturals and Their Imitations. Glasso’s flies looked different from the others in Steelhead Fishing and Flies, and I wanted to tie flies like them.

My first fly-tying book was Art Flick’s Streamside Guide to Naturals and Their Imitations. I worked on perfecting my dry flies, and after some practice I got pretty good at tying them. Then I wanted to try some other styles. I bought Steelhead Fishing and Flies, by Trey Combs, when it was first published in 1976. I tried to, but the materials I had wouldn’t let me tie a fly in this style.

When I learned that Bob Veverka was coming out with a book on spey flies, I was thrilled.

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Elegant and graceful, Spey flies originated on the River Spey in northeastern Scotland and are well over 150 years ol. .Author Bob Veverka gives the history and background on classic Spey, Dee, Don, Eagle, and Steelhead Spey patterns, including step-by-step tying instructions.

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The book is wonderful in telling the story of spey flies and Mr. Veverka is a great writer who has devoted his life to tying and learning .

The book is wonderful in telling the story of spey flies and Mr. Veverka is a great writer who has devoted his life to tying and learning about the history of fly tying. The book is filled with great pictures of patterns and great stories about their tyers the history surrounding the flies. This is a wonderful book but I feel it is not the best "how to book" out there.

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Author Bob Veverka gives the history and background on classic Spey, Dee, Don, Eagle, and Steelhead Spey patterns, including step-by-step tying instructions. About the Author: Bob Veverka is a Stackpole Books author.

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Radencich Salmon Flies. Important materials used to tie Spey flies. Ronn Lucas, Sr. Salmonfly. Bob Veverka’s Essence of the Spey Fly: A body of silk and fur. Long, mobile body hackle. Spey Flies and How To Tie Them (2004). Wool yarns (wrapped themselves or shredded and dubbed), Uni-Yarn, seal’s fur, mohair, SLF or other coarse synthetic dubbing, silk or rayon flosses, and various tinsels are typical fare today.

Elegant and graceful, Spey flies originated on the River Spey in northeastern Scotland and are well over 150 years old. Author Bob Veverka gives the history and background on classic Spey, Dee, Don, Eagle, and Steelhead Spey patterns, including step-by-step tying instructions.
Comments: (7)
Vojar
The book is wonderful in telling the story of spey flies and Mr. Veverka is a great writer who has devoted his life to tying and learning about the history of fly tying. The book is filled with great pictures of patterns and great stories about their tyers the history surrounding the flies. For this I give 5 stars but for the "How to tie them" part I was left feeling a bit disappointed. This is a wonderful book but I feel it is not the best "how to book" out there.
Rleillin
Mr. Veverka has a direct writing style that is immediately accessible. This is a very, very nice treatment of a niche within a niche.
Spey flies are Salmon flies - (and Steelhead flies) of the "Spey" persuasion. Spey flies are a traditional type of Scottish Salmon fly where most of the originals call for Herron feathers. This fine book proves that the modern Spey fly can be tied well with substitutes for the original feathers.
The history of the Spey fly, the materials and examples of many classic dressings are stunning and well presented through Mr. Veverka's prose and Mr. Radencich's excellent photography. This book explores modern variations on these flies including an excellent, in-depth selection of modern Steelhead Spey flies.
The dressing guides are well written and clearly illustrated (again, featuring Mr. Radencich's excellent photographs) making the task of tying the historical patterns within the reach of most mere mortal fly tiers. The modern Steelhead Spey flies are well within the skills of any intermediate fly tier.
Mr.Twister
Excellent resource if you are interested in tying Spey Flies. A great addition to your fly tying library
Shalinrad
Fun spey fly book.
Nirad
one of the classic fly tying books, fabulous
Stoneshaper
Good coverage on the subject spey flies
Vispel
Excellent informative book!!
better than expected