GUIDE FLIES: HOW TO TIE & FISH THE KILLER FLIES FROM AMERICA'S GREATEST GUIDES & FLY SHOPS David Klausmeyer W.W. NORTON & COMPANY, September 2003 Binding Type: Hardcover ISBN: 0-88150-582-X EAN: 978-0-88150-582-5 Ultimate fly book from the editor of "Fly Tyer" magazine showcases the favorite flies of the nation's best fly fishing guides & shops. Includes latest patterns for catching trout, bass, pike, striped bass, bonefish, tarpon, & bluefish — all of your favorite gamefish. Beautiful, close-up color photos, detailed recipes & tying tips enable you to duplicate these flies at your own vise. Full color; 8.5x11 inches, 128 pgs. More Information: From the streams and rivers of Montana and Michigan, to the flats of Key West, to the coast of California, the professional fishing guides who spend hundreds of days a year on the waters of a specific place or region know those waters and the food the fish are feeding on. Now, for the first time, Dave Klausmeyer brings you a selection of the killer flies each of these guides have developed for their local waters. Guide Flies shows you the flies in beautiful, close-up color photographs. It gives you detailed recipes and tying tips so you can duplicate these flies at your own vise. And, through an extensive questionnaire and interviews, Dave has solicited the details from each guide of how they developed their flies and how they fish them. Guide Flies includes the latest patterns for catching trout, bass, pike, striped bass, bonefish, tarpon, and bluefish—all of your favorite gamefish. Look out, fish. The word is out! ABOUT THE AUTHOR: David Klausmeyer is the editor of Fly Tyer magazine and group editor of American Angler and Saltwater Fly Fishing magazines. He has contributed columns and articles to Maine Sportsman, Fly Fisherman, American Angler, Saltwater Fly Fishing, Fly Tyer, and American Fly Fisher. He is also the author of Tying Contemporary Saltwater Flies and Trout Streams of Northern New England. Dave appears at sportsman's shows across the United States and Canada. He lives in Steuben, Maine.