NOTES AND RECOLLECTIONS OF AN ANGLER: Rambles among the mountains, valleys  and solitudes of Wales. With sketches of some of the lakes, streams,  mountains and scenic attractions in both divisions of the principality. By  John Henry Cliffe.

NOTES AND RECOLLECTIONS OF AN ANGLER: Rambles among the mountains, valleys and solitudes of Wales. With sketches of some of the lakes, streams, mountains and scenic attractions in both divisions of the principality. By John Henry Cliffe.

FOR FISHERMEN ONLY. By Atwood Clark.

FOR FISHERMEN ONLY. By Atwood Clark.

ONE RIVER: OR TROUT AND GRAYLING FISHING ON THE UPPER (SALISBURY) AVON. By Brigadier General H.E. Carey, C.M.G., D.S.O.

1951 1st edition - 2nd issue. 4to (195 x 252mm). Pp112. B/w photograph plates, chapter-heading woodcuts by Kenneth Lindley. Light tan boards, spine printed in black.

The record of a lifetime of fishing on the Upper Avon, with much on fishery management. "Packed with sound information which can be applied to any river on which it pays to use a dry fly." The first issue of this book, bound in green cloth with gilt lettering on the spine, bears an errata-slip changing the date of publication to 1952. It would appear that subsequently the remainder of the sheets were bound in a cheaper tan cloth with black lettering and that it was not thought worthwhile to sticker this cheaper "remainder issue." Hence, the earlier copies are dated 1952, while the later ones are dated 1951. The cheap edition did not include the end-paper maps of the Officer's Fishing Association water.
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4845
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Author Carey (H.E.).
Book Code 4845
ISBN B0000CIA3O
Book Description Slight browning to edges and end-paper. Good-plus in slightly used dust-wrapper.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1951
Publisher The Falcon Press.
Place London.