The North Woods Fly fishing Guide was designed to educate the novice as well as experienced fly fisher in identifying the aquatic life of our ponds and streams that they try to mimic. Our guide features seventeen of the most common fly patterns and the aquatic insects they represent printed in full color. The reverse of each tag contains information on the freshwater insects life cycle, habitat and hatches. With the North Woods Fly fishing Guide you will learn differences between a Mayfly adult and Mayfly Dun. Where a stonefly completes it's emergence from a nymph to an adult. What the differences are between a Damselfly and Dragonfly. What Caddisfly pattern matches a Caddisfly Pupa and much more! Fly fishing is a complex sport combining the art of the tied fly to the natural progression of an insects life cycle. Take a little of the mystery out of fly fishing and learn more with your North Woods Fly fishing Guide today!!
Measuring just 1 ¼” wide by 4” tall, these unique field guides are printed on a bendable, hi-gloss vinyl that is lightweight and weatherproof. Each of the compact guides in the series is bound together on a ball chain that easily fans out for quick comparison to the subject you are trying to identify. One side contains an illustration of an item found in nature. On the reverse are interesting facts to aid in identification. These nature guides slip easily into a shirt or pants pocket, take up little room in a fanny pack, or clip easily to a pack loop.
Leave the bulky books at home, and order the most convenient, lightweight, durable and compact field guide available today!