Drew Chicone Debuts His Latest Fly Tying Book “Redfish Flies”

July 28, 2014

“Redfish Flies” is a detailed guide with step-by-step instructions for tying eight proven redfish flies – 175 pages illustrated with ultra-hi resolution images.

Redfish Flies, by Drew Chicone
PRLog – Aug. 1, 2014 – SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — “Redfish Flies” is loaded to the gills with ultra high resolution photography illustrating how to tie and fish some of todays best redfish patters.  Guides and guru’s from Florida to Louisiana and everywhere in between have contributed their go-to redfish bugs.  There’s no guess work here, elaborate step-by-step instructions for tying these eight proven redfish flies will walk you through the process of creating flies that work.  Insightful interviews with each patterns creator will help you understand what conditions the fly is best suited for, and how the fly should be fished.  Stunning photos from renowned photographers Pat Ford, Adrian Gray and David McCleaf will awe and inspire you to dust off your vise and get tying!

The eight pattens outlined in this book have been fine-tuned and rigorously tested on countless grass flats, oyster bars and mangrove shorelines.  Tying and stocking your box with this proven assortment of flies will ensure you have the ammunition need to coax even the most refined redfish, and the insight provided in the interviews of the contributing guides and tying guru’s will help you understand what factors need to be consider to create your own productive redfish flies.

To purchase a signed copy of “Redfish Flies” or download the eBook version, visit; http://blog.saltyflytying.com/buy-selecting-natural-materials-ebook/

The public can also access Chicone’s  Blog (http://blog.saltyflytying.com/),  monthly newsletters “The Salty Fly Tying Chronicle (http://www.saltyflytying.com/newsletter-opt-in.html)” by visitingwww.saltyflytying.com

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About Drew Chicone
Drew Chicone is an Author, Award Winning Outdoor Writer, Fly Designer, IFTD Iron Fly Champion, Photographer, Lecturer, and Materials Expert whose passion for teaching the art of fly tying has inspired numerous how to articles and detailed instructional guides. He has lived and breathed the sport since he was tall enough to sit at the vise and his fly creations are both well known and in high demand among saltwater guides. Drew has been a FFF Certified Casting Instructor, and commercial fly tier for many years. His patterns are sold in numerous fly shops and have appeared in several publications and online articles including:

·       Southern Culture on Fly
·       Fly Fishing in Saltwater Magazine
·       Fly Fisherman Magazine
·       This is Fly Magazine
·       Hatches Magazine
·       Midcurrent Magazine
·       Fly & Light Tackle Angler Magazine
·       Front Range Angler Magazine
·       Florida Sportsman Magazine
·       Saltwater Flies of the Southeast & Gulf Coast

Drew partnered with Stackpole books to publish his fifth book; Feather Brain – Developing, Testing & Improving Saltwater Fly Patterns. His other titles include Redfish Flies, Snook Flies, Essential Bonefish Flies – Andros, and Essential Permit Patterns. He is the winner of the 2014 IFTD Iron Fly and the creator of www.saltyflytying.com. Drew is a member of Outdoor Writers Association of America, the Puglisi Flies Pro Tying Team, Dyna-King Pro Tyer Team, Daiichi Pro Staff, Clear Cure Goo Pro Tyer Team, an Ambassador for Nucanoe, as well as a Royalty Tyer for the Orvis Company.

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