Lee Wulff Bush Pilot Angler
A man, a float plane, a fly rod, and miles of uncharted country… Lee Wulff recounts the tales of exploration and adventure that made him a legend in his own time. bravado, doggedness and sheer pluck serve him well, as he flies into uncharted territory and discovers new fishing opportunities. A personal journal that reflects the immense spirit of the man who “wrote the book”
on modern fly fishing. hardcover, 224 pages.
It’s an iconic image that's featured amidst many people’s Northern cabin decor: a fishing lure featuring feathery tufts that represent the wings of an insect. This icon of fly fishing is a type of lure called a “dry fly.” Fly anglers use dry flies to imitate insects hatching on the top of rivers. The trout cannot resist.Read More