Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Fly Fishing Tips for Success by L. Woodrow Ross

L. Ross with a nice cold weather rainbow. If you follow the tips in this book, you may find a fish like this on the end of your leader.

Hello to all:
It has been a great holiday season. We have been busy and sorry to see deer hunting come to a close in South Carolina. Fortunately, small game hunting and fly fishing are still on the agenda.
If you are a fan of fly fishing, there is a new book on Kindle that addresses the sport with tips on technique, fly fishing destinations, gear selection and some personal adventures. It includes some interesting photos of destinations, local and distant. These include some exotic destinations such as Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and Alaska.
This is my first venture into e-books and while the formatting is not perfect, I think you will find the content entertaining and educational. It is a bargain at only $1.99 on Kindle.
I appreciate everyone's support at my primitive craft seminars (more to be scheduled soon), support of my weekly outdoor column at the Anderson Independent Mail newspaper, response to feature lifestyle articles at the same newspaper, response to article in South Carolina Sportsmen magazine and readers response to my new contributions to Primitive Archer magazine. We are expanding our outreach and will be posting additional books on Kindle. These will include one on Primitive Crafts and Survival Skills, more about fly fishing and one that covers a wide range of hunting and fishing experiences.
I have been fortunate to meet some wonderful people in the outdoor world. It seems that they are the "salt of the earth" and people that you can depend on. God has really blessed us by allowing us to enjoy these friendships and the wonderful works of nature that He created.
Best regards to all,
L. Woodrow Ross

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