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Fly-Fishing for Pike - Michael Jensen

Fly-Fishing for Pike - Michael Jensen
 
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SKU SKU17884
Weight 1.30 kgs
Author Michael Jensen
Publisher Coch-y-Bonddu Books, 2003
Format Hardback
Pages 126
ISBN 0954211790
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Fly-fishing - for pike

Michael Jensen Britain's anglers are just waking up to the enormous opportunities available to the fly-fisher who turns to the pursuit of pike - our biggest freshwater predator.

Found throughout these islands - from the great lochs of the Scottish glens to the lowland rivers and drains of East Anglia - from the trout loughs of Ireland to the lowliest urban canal or wasteland pool - the pike is our most widely distributed fish and one of the most sporting.

Even in the least likely of places the angler has the chance of catching a double-figure pike on the fly, while on more productive waters, such as the stocked trout reservoirs of the East Midlands, there is every chance of a twenty pounder or bigger.

Michael Jensen is a Danish fly-fisher who brings a fresh look to fishing for our favourite predatory fish. Some of his methods, such as float-tubing shallow weedy lakes, have for too long been a secret for a few successful specialist. His marvelous colour photographs open up the pike's world to us, showing us the pike's prey from the fish's point of view.

Full tying instructions for 21 exciting and proven pike-catching fly patterns, from high-floating poppers to bottom-bouncing lead-heads, with crystal-clear step-by-step photographs.

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