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Robert Sharp's "Let's Fish The Clyde" concerns one river for which he holds an unashamed admiration, a few friends for whom he has great respect, and a great love of fishing. He extols in simple fashion fly dressings accumulated by him over the years, each one redering some success if fished at the right time and lace - something that only experience can teach the tyro. For those who have watched a fly being sucked down by a bonny, fighting trout, particularly on the Clyde, thre's a treasure in store in this volume. And if you've never dressed a fly, there's encouragement too, in this art, together with the advice of when to fish each one. As one who took his first fish from the upper reaches of the Clyde, I commend this book toevery Clyde fisher and all those keen trout men. The sparseley dressed Clyde flies are highly successful on more rivers that one. Books don't catch fish. But the wealth of experience within these covers will go a long way to that end. Tight Lines! (Foreword - Bill Allan Glasgow Eve. Times)
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