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Clouser's Flies: Tying and Fishing the Fly Patterns of Bob Clouser Hardcover – December 27, 2005
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If it sounds like I'm extremely enthusiastic about Clouser flys I think I have a reason to be. The biggest fly rod fish I've ever caught in the salt the Delaware river and the Schuylkill rever were all caught on Clouser flys. I think every fly fisher should add this book to his or her library.
Bob Clouser's patterns in his new book are just what the doctor ordered; they tie up quickly, use a minimum of materials, and most importantly, they catch the heck out of fish!
I'll face any fish, anywhere, with the appropriately sized and colored Clouser Deep Minnow. It's that good. His other patterns are equally as effective, and who better to learn from than the guy that developed them.
I absolutely recommend this book for the excellent intructions and clear photography, which make this a useful tool for both novice and experienced tiers.
I am so pleased with the high-quality pictures and explanations of when, where and why each of the flies catch fish and most importantly, how to properly tie them.
He even goes into great detail to explain what materials to use and even which flies are his favorites and why.
Thank you, Bob for a fantastic book which should be in every fly tier's library.
I have been tying for several years and books like this one are few and far between.
There is some padding in the book, to be honest. Many of the patterns are just variations, using different materials, on the basic deep minnow theme. But really that's ok, because it does demonstrate the versatility and adaptability of the basic design. Of course, at the time of publication, many of the alternative materials he introduces were not in widespread or common use.
If you are a fly tier or even just a fly fisherman, this book should be on your shelf. You will find yourself turning to it as a reference often, and of course if you ever don't know what to tie on, try a Clouser Minnow.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Super helpful book for tying a fish catching fly! Highly recommend this for anyone need to tying flies.Published 5 days ago by John Sang
This book is a must-own for novice fly tyers and is filled with useful advice for more experienced fly tyers alike. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I thoroughly recommend this step-by-step informative volume. The various patterns that are shown can, with practice and skill, be tied to your satisfaction and use. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kip Wasson
Fantastic - great read, ideas galore - simple effective instructionsPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I really enjoyed this book. There is a wealth of knowledge within its pages.Published 4 months ago by Al Beatty
This was purchased for another member of our club because he loved my book of the same :)Published 5 months ago by Dawn Hopkins
This is replacement book for the I lost in 100 yr rain storm last year. This time around I purchased book. Very good read.Published 8 months ago by George Fitzhugh