THE HISTORY OF THE LONDON ANGLER'S ASSOCIATION. (With an occasional note  concerning its members and clubs). By W.G. Callcut.

THE HISTORY OF THE LONDON ANGLER'S ASSOCIATION. (With an occasional note concerning its members and clubs). By W.G. Callcut.

HOW TO CATCH TROUT. By Three Anglers.

HOW TO CATCH TROUT. By Three Anglers.

HOW TO CATCH TROUT. By Three Anglers.

(1888) 1896 7th edition. 12mo (105 x 165mm). Ppviii,83+v pp ads. B/w illustrations. Cream-coloured paper-covered stiff card covers with cloth spine.

Chapter headings: Wet or sunk fly-fishing; Dry fly-fishing; Worm-fishing; Minnow-fishing; Creeper and May-fly fishing; Loch-fishing; Some hints as to tackle; The Law of Scotland as to Trout-fishing. For a long time the identities of the authors of this book were unknown. The investigations of bookseller, R.J.W. Coleby determined that Spence and Wilson were the authors, and Scottish anglish historian, Richard Hunter, discovered a signed copy of the book giving Galloway as the third author. Information collated by Ken Callahan.
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Author Spence (Thomas Fair Hetherington), Wilson (R.P.), and Galloway (George Paterson). "Three Anglers".
Book Code 46169
ISBN B001AZV3A0
Book Description Covers slightly stained and worn. Bookplate (1901) of Levenshulme Angling Society. Good.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1888
Publisher David Douglas.
Place Edinburgh.