This book contains a practical guide to fly fishing, with ten plates representing one hundred and twenty flies, both natural and artificial. For each season there is provided examples different flies that can be used to catch various types of fish, each one accompanied by helpful images and information on how to construct them. This text will be of considerable utility to the modern fly fisher, and it makes for a great addition to collections of fishing literature. The sections of this volume include: 'Implements for Fly-Making'; 'Of the Method of Making Artificial Flies'; 'For the Early Part of the Season'; 'In Heavy, Cold Weather, Use For'; 'Late in April'; 'Flies for April'; 'Flies for May'; 'Flies for August', et cetera. We are republishing this fantastic book now complete with a specially-commissioned introduction on the history of fishing.