Fly fishing is a popular hobby that combines the tranquility of the great outdoors with the challenges of Mother Nature. Fishing enthusiast Kurt Zeller, has written this insider's guide to fly fishing--targeted towards people new to this hobby. Fly fishing is relatively inexpensive after equipment is purchased and is enjoyed by people from all walks of life. Fly fishing fundamentals you'll learn include: o Fly fishing terminology o Selection and care of fly fishing equipment o Casting basics o Knot variations o How to tie your own flies o How to find where to fish Duncan devotes an entire chapter skillfully explaining how to put your reel on your rod and how to prep it for casting. If you follow Zeller's tips you'll increase your comfort and success by starting out with the proper equipment and techniques. Fly fishing Basics 101 provides all of information needed to get you off of the couch and angling like a pro.
Life's challenges become more difficult with age, especially those older than 60 years of age who I'll call "seniors." These challenges include health issues, moving, getting good medical care, caregiving, and coping with various forms of stress. The chapters herein discuss these problems including personal experiences with the medical and health care systems, experiences as a caregiver, and the stress caused by all of the political conflicts and scandals as the world around us is changing at an accelerating pace. These stresses are particularly difficult for seniors. The honesty and trust of people, including government and medical personnel, lawyers, and the public in general becomes overwhelming at times when it seems that the situations are getting worse, and not being resolved. It is hoped that the information presented herein will help others when faced with similar issues.
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