n.— «Veron “Pete” Hidy, who fished often with Liesenring and who put into print, in the original edition, Big Jim’s ideas and knowledge of wet fly fishing, has added three new chapters on “Flymph” fishing in the updated version. Flymph is Hidy’s term for an aquatic larva wiggling to the surface of the water to hatch.» —“Tempting Selective Trout” by Jim Gilford The News (Frederick, Maryland) Apr. 2, 1971. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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