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Default Re: Good flytying book?

Ernie Schweibert set the bar pretty high back in 1955 when he wrote, "Matching the Hatch", which has been reprinted many times. It describes the ecology and morphology and several other ologies of insects important to trout, including his drawings of life stages of those same insects, and hatch dates both east and west U.S.

There are no tying instructions in the book, but Ernie did include recipes for tying the bugs he describes.

For what you've described that you're looking for, you probably need to look no further. But where's the fun in that?
Entomologically yours,
Gary
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