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Patterns, Fly

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I am going to purchase a pattern reference book. It would should have the common, most fished patterns ( dry, wet, nymph, streamer) in the east and south.if you to purchase one pattern reference book, which would it be?

Posted on: 2012/3/10 8:31


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A good book would be Fly Pattern Encyclopedia by Al and Gretchen Beatty - Frank Amato Press. It has the basic patterns as well as a lot of unique stuff (some of the flies have me scratching my head) but the book is well organized and uses color plates.

Posted on: 2012/3/10 8:45


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One of the first books I purchased was "Essential Trout Fly's". That was about 6 years ago and I still use it. Granted it is not as extensive as the Fly Pattern Encyclopedia, but its got he major ones.

Posted on: 2012/3/15 5:05
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Are there downloadable/dvd editions of the above books?

Posted on: 2012/3/18 12:22






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