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Default Single-Handed Spey Casting.

This is a casting tour-de-force. An outstanding book, well written, beautifully illustrated and photographed and absolutely packed with information.

Spey casting adds a whole new world of fun into fly fishing whatever you fish for, and Simon will take you on a learning journey with charm, patience and friendliness. You can’t read this book without thinking – “What a nice chap Simon is and what an effort he has put in to help us.” All I can say is thanks Simon! A masterpiece.

Published by Stackpole Books. 2010. pp 248. Big, glossy and impressive.
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