"Pacific Salmon Flies: New Ties & Old Standbys"
Pudge's new book, Pacific Salmon Flies: New Ties & Old Standbys, 2012 Frank Amato Publications, reveals flies of her own design, as well as some salmon fishing classics. The book includes both fly tying and fly fishing techniques for each of the flies, and a chart matching the patterns with each of the five species of Pacific Salmon.
The very first complete book ever written on Alaska's Arctic Grayling, will provide you with:
*Join us for grayling fishing in Alaska this summer and experience these amazing and beautiful fish for yourself!
Grayling trips include Nome and Lake Clark in July.
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Published January 2010 Frank Amato Publications.
"Fly Fishing Women Explore Alaska"Order a personally autographed copy from our order page!
Enter the world of fly fishing as adventuresome women cast to a seething mass of sockeye salmon heading for their spawning grounds, master the technique of placing a tiny dry fly in precisely the right spot to tempt a hungry arctic grayling, watch thousand-pound brown bears dive for fish nearby, and much, much more.
FLY FISHING WOMEN is a unique combination in a gift-book format of "how to" fly fishing techniques (including an illustrated section focusing on our favorite flies), stories about the women who learn to fish, and numerous photographs of some of our awesome fishing destinations and unique fish species.
“...This is a 'must buy' book for anyone interested in Alaska, be they man or woman!” -- Wild On The Fly magazine, June 2003
"...Beautifully illustrated and written in a low-keyed narrative style that is both entertaining and instructive." -- Flyfishing and Tying Journal, January 2004
"...A great how-to for fishing Alaska." -- Ross Reels' "Ross Review", May 2005
“...Does this one differ from what a man would expect from a male writer approaching the subject? Yes. In tone, emphasis and even some of the bright illustrations.” -- Fly Rod & Reel, July/October, 2004
Second Place! - Publishers Marketing Association 2004 Benjamin Franklin Award; Category: Recreation/Sports
Publishers Marketing Association, with 3,900 members, is the largest non-profit trade association representing independent publishers. The judges panel consists of librarians, book critics, design experts and buyers at wholesale & retail levels and books are judged on editorial and design excellence.
Finalist! - ForeWord Magazine's 2004 Book of the Year Awards; Category: Adventure and Recreation
ForeWord Magazine's jury of librarians, booksellers and reviewers select winners and finalists based on editorial excellence and professional production as well as the originality of the narrative and the value the book adds to its genre.