A gifted teacher as well as a born angler, Lefty Kreh's subject is his passion. His fly-casting instruction is distilled from nearly half a century of fishing and teaching others how; whether you're a struggling beginner or a fly-fisher with two rods in every weight class, Kreh has advice that will improve your fishing. Following the fundamentals common to all good casts, he diagnoses a variety of casting problems and teaches how to tame tailing loops, cast into the wind, accurately change the direction of a cast, throw a backcast that stays clear of brush, and skip a fly across the water to reach under low-hanging branches.
"A caster extraordinaire. When he talks, it pays to listen."—Field & Stream