With simple instruction and more than 200 color photographs and illustrations, the authors:
* Set up shop with sound advice for materials, lighting, workbenches, vises, and other tools and equipment.
* Troubleshoot common problems that beginning flytyers encounter such as material selection, figuring out proportions, working with dubbing, and controlling the tying thread.
* Present tailing, hackling, winging, and dubbing techniques and more.
This straightforward instruction has helped thousands of people become successful flytyers. Experienced tyers will find the tips inside a valuable refresher on the basics, and beginners will learn how to tie like a pro.