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Pritt's Yorkshire Trout Flies [11 Images]

Pritt's Yorkshire Trout Flies [11 Images]

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Yorkshire Trout Flies is a book written by T. E. Pritt, a British angler and fly tier, and first published in 1885. The book is considered a classic in the field of fly fishing and is known for its detailed descriptions of the flies used by anglers in the rivers and streams of Yorkshire.

In the book, Pritt provides a comprehensive list of the different types of trout flies used in the region, along with descriptions of their appearance and how to tie them. He also includes tips on how to fish with the different flies, as well as advice on the best times and conditions for fishing in Yorkshire.

One of the most significant contributions of Yorkshire Trout Flies is that it showcases the regional diversity and ingenuity of fly tying in Yorkshire. Pritt was a passionate advocate for using locally-made flies, and he believed that the unique conditions and characteristics of the region's rivers and streams required a specific set of flies.

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