A Few Great Flies and How to Fish Them - Peter Morse
Peter Morse is a household name in the international fly fishing scene. The Sage fly fishing ambassador has a long and proud history in the sport, dabbling in both fresh water and saltwater fishing. Peter grew up in Fiji, fishing for Coral Trout, Tuna and Mackerel. Both Peter's father and Grandfather, were both proud fly fishermen and schooled Peter from a tender age. Peter would later move to Australia and fish from coast to coast and everything in between. He is also an avid fisher of Trout, Carp and Australian bass.
Peter would later go on to host a prime time television series 'Wildfish', write multiple books, articles and become a Federation of Fly Fishers Master certified Instructor. Peter has a lifetime of fishing experience, travelling the world fly fishing in some of the most pristine locations, educating anglers and running master classes in a variety of casting techniques.
A Few Great Flies and How To Fish Them, is a wealth of knowledge and experience from a man who has done it all in the sport of fly fishing. Peter discusses fly selection, line selection, line management, retrieve techniques, and war stories told from past fishing missions across the globe. Peter also walks you through some classic fly patterns, explains why they work and how to fish them.
Peter's story telling and fishing experience is on show, cover to cover. The 240 page semi-hardcover book is packed with great fishing and travel photography, step by step fly tying sequences and an abundance of information. This book is a classic that should be on the coffee table of all fly fishers.