Fly Tying Books
Book-Nymph FlyTying Techniques- Schollmeyer
Book-Nymph FlyTying Techniques by Jim Schollmeyer. Noted photographer and author, Jim Schollmeyer, now puts his talents to tying nymphs. More than just a book of nymph patterns, this book takes a different approach.
Book-Innovative Flies and Techniques
Book-Innovative Flies and Techniques by Al and Gretchen Beatty. This book is so much more than a fly pattern book, it's full of many creative and innovative ideas for creating productive fishing flies.
Book-Hot Bass Flies- Deke Meyer
Book-Hot Bass Flies by Deke Meyer, Fly-fishing for bass is hotter than ever, and so are the bass flies used to catch them.
Book-Fly Patterns of British Columbia
Book-Fly Patterns of British Columbia by Art Lingren. British Columbia holds an allure for many fly fishermen for many reasons, but it is truly famous for its rich fly-fishing history and abundant beauty and fishing opportunities.
Book-Flies for Saltwater
Book-Flies for Saltwater by Dick Stewart & Farrow Allen, A definitive, full-color guide to the 240 most popular and effective flies.
Book-Dry Fly Patterns for the New Millennium
Book-Dry Fly Patterns for the New Millennium by Poul Jorgenson,
Book-Wet Flies: 400 Patterns- Sawada
Book-Wet Flies: 400 Patterns and Dressing Techniques by Ken Sawada. Great book on fly tying from a Japanese master fly tyer. Beautiful photography and hundreds of great patterns.
Book-Unnaturals by David Klausmeyer. The first illustrated, step-by-step guide to tying effective flies with synthetic materials, from fly-tying expert David Klausmeyer.
Book-Tying Small Flies- Engle
Book-Tying Small Flies by Ed Engle, Taking trout on lightweight rods with flies as small as size 20 and 30 is a challenge. Learn to imitate midges' trailing shucks and drowned adults, tie tiny parachutes and white-winged Tricos, and create patterns that m
Book-Tying SaltWater Flies 12 of the Best
Book-Tying SaltWater Flies 12 of the Best by Deke Meyer. Fishing in saltwater is a challenge for many reasons, but the most productive flies to use, is no longer a problem.
Book-Tying Nymphs: Essential Flies & Tech-Charlie Craven
Book-Tying Nymphs: Essential Flies & Tech by Charlie Craven, Over 50 essential nymph patterns, Detailed tying instructions, insights into material preparation, and tricks of the trade from one of the country's best tiers.
Book-Tying Glass Bead Flies
Book-Tying Glass Bead Flies by Joe Warren. Master glass-bead fly tier Joe Warren is doing his best to bring this innovative approach to more fly tiers.
Book-Tying Furled Flies- Hanley
Book-Tying Furled Flies by Ken Hanley. In Tying Furled Flies, author Ken Hanley introduces readers to furling, the technique of twisting materials together.
Book-Tying Flies the Paraloop Way
Book-Tying Flies the Paraloop Way by Ian Moutter. Every once in a while a really new idea comes along in the world of tying trout flies.
Book-Tying Emergers: A Complete Guide
Book-Tying Emergers: A Complete Guide by Ted Leeson & Jim Schollmeyer. Two of fly-fishing’s most well respected writers collaborate once again, this time discussing emergers.
Book-Tying Dry Flies/Revised- Kauffman
Book-Tying Dry Flies/Revised by Randall Kauffman. Though not always easy, of the many fly fishing methods, dry-fly fishing is the easiest.
Book-Tying and Fishing Terrestrials- Almy
Book-Tying and Fishing Terrestrials by Gerald Almy. This great book does a service to fly fisherman in bringing attention to the wonderful effectiveness of terrestrial flies.
Book-Trout Flies for the 21st Century- Talleur
Book-Trout Flies for the 21st Century by Dick Talleur. 200 Essential Patterns that Catch Fish Anywhere.