The champion of the dry-fly ethic developed on British chalkstreams in the late 1800sNow acknowledged as the symbolic father of modern dry-fly fishing, Frederic M. Halford was known during his remarkable fishing career as the high priest of the art, the man whose milestone books codified the entire world of the dry-fly angler more than a century ago. Halford on the Dry Fly excerpts the core wisdoms from the original Halford book that launched the dry-fly revolution --and has influenced every generation of serious fly fishers since--Dry-Fly Fishing in Theory and Practice. Halford on the Dry Fly shows a first-rate angling mind at work, a gifted naturalist who witnessed an historic moment in the development of fly fishing. No place else in the literature of fly fishing have the original basics been so clearly laid out, writes Paul Schullery.
Halford on the Dry Fly
Streamcraft of a Master Angler