Dynamic Nymphing by George Daniel
Tactics, Techniques, and Flies from Around the World

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"George Daniel is destined to become one the United States' very greatest of fly-fishing talents. In my humble opinion there is no one better placed or equipped to take the modern reader into the world of the subsurface fly fisher. Daniel is one of the most authoritative and insightful anglers of his generation." --Charles Jardine

"Although he might never claim it, a compelling case can be made for George Daniel as the best fly-fisherman in the country." --Charlie Meyers, The Denver Post

Advanced tight line nymphing tactics, including Czech, Polish, French, Spanish, and American techniques Rigging and fishing dry and droppers, curly Qs, and conventional indicators Fishing the extremes: shallow water, cold weather, high water, wind Casting and technique sequences that include tuck cast, bow and arrow cast, as well as elevating and leading when tight line nymphing 62 nymph patterns

 

About George Daniel

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GEORGE DANIEL is assistant manager at TCO Fly Shop, in State College, PA. He travels the country conducting fly-fishing clinics for various groups and organizations. He was on the US Fly Fishing Team from 2006 to 2010, placing fifth at the 2006 world championship (the second highest finish in U.S. history). Daniels was the U.S. national champion in 2007, earned gold and bronze medals in the Fly Fishing Team USA trials, and won the Fly Fishing Masters tournament in 2007. He was also the U.S. Yout
 
Published December 8, 2011 by Stackpole Books. 248 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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