Atlantic Salmon Flies of Nova Scotia
A collection of Atlantic Salmon flies and a tribute to those that tie them
by Damian Lee Welsh
This is the price your customers see. Edit list price
About the Book
The book depicts thirty hair wing salmon flies that either originated in, or that have great significance to Nova Scotia, the original thirty were part of a poster project that will soon be on the market to raise money for the Eastern SportFish Association in Stillwater St. Mary’s.
The book pays tribute to the tyers that tied the flies, and it features over 175 full color photos and well over sixty fly patterns, with recipes, histories, and personal anecdotes from the tyers themselves.
LIMITED EDITION AVAILABLE
This copy will be signed, numbered edition of only 125 copies, and there will be a hair-wing fly attached to the inside of the cover tied by me.
With... a full color dust jacket with inside flaps, the pages will be printed on a high quality glossy paper. At 100# (148 GSM), it’s about 35% heavier and is more opaque than the Standard Paper with Pro-Line acid-free, 80# (115 GSM) end sheets, with Standard Black Linen cover finish for a classy sophisticated look.
This edition will have the original text and layout the same as the standard edition, but with a few extra surprises added inside.
The cost for the limited edition copy is $115.00, plus shipping and handling, shipping fees will vary on your location.
Features & Details
- Category Crafts & Hobbies
Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
- Hardcover, Dust Jacket: 9781320657907
- Publish Date Nov 27, 2011
- Tags Fly fishing, salmon flies, classic salmon flies, hairwing flies, spey flies, dee flies, Atlantic Salmon, fly tying, fly tyer, fly tier, fall fishing, st. mary's, fishing, flies, salmon, Atlantic, flytyer, river, lake, stream, margaree
I'm a professional fly tyer, writer and author and have been fly fishing and tying flies since the age of 12. I was bitten by the Classic Salmon Fly Bug back in 2004 and have been hopelessly addicted to that style of tying ever since. My work has appeared in magazines and books most recently, "Modern Atlantic Salmon Flies" by Paul Marriner and Michael Radenich's newest book due out in 2012.