French Fishing Flies - Patterns and Recipes for Fly Tying
Cul de Canard (Duck’s Rump), Farefelue (The Crazy One), Plantureuse (Buxom Gal), Peute (The Ugly One)—the names are deliciously French but one would make a terrible mistake to think that only French-born trout like these fishing flies.
“Design,” said Datus Proper, “is why this book has as much to do with the Henry’s Fork as with the Risle.”
At least one of the flies introduced by French Fishing Flies more than twenty-five years ago, the Cul de Canard, has long since become a true staple in fly boxes around the world.
Others will surely follow. This fascinating book is bound to be of great interest to fly fishermen everywhere.
Translated by Robert A. Chino.
Introduction by Datus Proper.
This is the second English language edition, with a new sixteen-page section of colour photographs of flies compiled by Pierre Affre.
One of only 500 copies produced by Coch-y-Bonddu Books for sale in Britain and Europe.
Author: Jean-Paul Pequegnot 2012 Skyhorse Publishers