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eBook First Cast: Teaching Kids to Fly-Fish ePub

  • ISBN: 0585299617
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  • ePub book: 1310 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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My copy will guide me for years to come. As a FFF Certified Fly Casting Instructor I will keep this book for MY referance book.

Only 15 left in stock (more on the way). My copy will guide me for years to come.

Kids can fly fish, too! Fifteen-year-old Tyler Befus loves to fly fish. Tyler wrote his book with children in mind, but anyone who wants to get started in fly fishing would find it an invaluable, easily understood introduction to the sport. He has won awards and traveled all over the world to fish in different places. It's a fantastic little book for both children and adults, and gets this reporter's highest recommendation.

Based on the acclaimed Fly Fisher Apprentice Program. Start by marking First Cast: Teaching Kids to Fly-Fish as Want to Read

Based on the acclaimed Fly Fisher Apprentice Program. Start by marking First Cast: Teaching Kids to Fly-Fish as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Covers tackle, fly tying, casting, knots, wading, plus respecting trout and their habitat. Stackpole Books, 1 Nis 1998 - 336 sayfa. Based on the acclaimed Fly Fisher Apprentice Program.

Get this from a library! First cast : teaching kids to fly-fish. First Cast" is based on a programme that has taught thousands of youngsters to fly-fish. PHIL GENOVA IS THE DIRECTOR OF THE FLY FISHER APPRENTICE PROGRAM. Genova's field-tested system takes children from the tying bench to the stream, from their first half hitches and Wooly Buggers, to long casts over rising trouts or stripers in the surf.

First Cast Teaching Kids to Fly-Fish by Phil Genova and Publisher Stackpole Books (NBN). Covers tackle, fly tying, casting, knots, wading, plus respecting trout and their habitat

First Cast Teaching Kids to Fly-Fish by Phil Genova and Publisher Stackpole Books (NBN). Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9780811749091, 0811749096. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9780811727617, 0811727610. First Cast Teaching Kids to Fly-Fish by Phil Genova and Publisher Stackpole Books (NBN).

First Cast Fly Fishing – 1500 West Mulberry, Fort Collins, Colorado 80521 – rated 5 based on 1. .ting skill development ~ thorough, knowledgeable and superb instruction

ting skill development ~ thorough, knowledgeable and superb instruction.

How to teach your kids to fly-fish (Photo: Jacob Baynham). I made my first casts in those lakes. Thankfully, fly-fishing is a hobby that accommodates a wide range of interests. I got in tangles and jammed my reels and snagged dozens of flies in trees. But eventually, under my father’s tutelage, the skills coalesced.

So much of fishing lies in imagination, and mine needs little stretching to give my river god a living form. With this ripple,' says he, 'you should do well.

His approach is that kids should have fun as they learn. Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. So much of fishing lies in imagination, and mine needs little stretching to give my river god a living form. Встречается в книгах (6) с 1951 по 2007.

Comments

Reemiel Reemiel
Great guide for beginners
Wat!? Wat!?
Overall a good book. But quite a lot is actually spent on "how to tie fly x" or on casting moves. I would have loved to see more on what angles to make sure kids stay interested, at what particular age you can do this or that, how to teach to kids of x years versus teaching to kids over y years...etc.
Xtani Xtani
Here is a book that is put together to help anybody get started teaching (learning as you go)the great sport of fly fishing. Mr Genova has compiled a format to include saltwater and fresh water fly fishing. Not only has he set up a format that will work he has included what is needed in supplies and equipment and where to obtain help. He included 'side bars' these side bars are comments and tips from many well known persons in the fly fishing world a long with some from his students. This book will be a guide long after you have several classes behind you. It is a teacher/instructors guide and sets an order to follow when teaching. Not just kids but anybody that wants to learn. With chapters on fly tying, fly casting, and bug collecting, from the class room to the landing of the fish Mr, Genove has covered what you should know and how to help teach the fundlementals and the ethics of the sport. There is only black and white pictures and drawings, no color prints. The format some times leaves you jumping around. As with any sport there are many ways to do some things he only cover some of them. My copy will guide me for years to come. As a FFF Certified Fly Casting Instructor I will keep this book for MY referance book.
*Nameless* *Nameless*
Have just started reading this book. It is wholistic, generous, patient, and full of hope. Advice is extremely practical. I have 4 year old and while he is still a bit young, he is for example, already extremely interested in flies and fly-tying, which resonantes with the author's advice to start with this aspect of the sport. This is a carefully and well thought-out book, particularly if you have a heart for kids. Highly recommended.
Jeronashe Jeronashe
This book takes a child and more importantly their parent through some of the most enduring elements of a stream side investigation, well timed casting and reading the ripples on the water. Great book for time with daughters or sons.