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Reviewed By Tom Travis- Mar 25, 2013

Fishing Tandem Flies

With the current growing popularity of using more than one fly per cast, this little book covers the various ways to properly rig your multiple fly cast. The illustrations are first rate and easy to understand and Meck explains why these various rigs are used and why they work. He also offers his insights on various combinations, tackle, techniques, fishing the hatch and some of his favorite dry and wet patterns. All and all this short volume if packed with good information for any fly fisher who is interested in fishing multiple fly rigs.

Enjoy & Good Fishin'

Tom Travis
Montana Fly Fishing Guide

Published by Headwater Books, 2007
ISBN 978-0-9793460-0-2, 122 pages in length, $16.95


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