GET IT ON WITH THE DON. By Derek 'The Don' Ritchie. In the

GET IT ON WITH THE DON. By Derek 'The Don' Ritchie. In the "BIG CARP HUNTERS PRESENTS" series.

A HISTORY OF CARP FISHING. By Kevin Clifford.

A HISTORY OF CARP FISHING. By Kevin Clifford.

THE WRAYSBURY CHRONICLES. Edited by Keith Jenkins.

(2011) 2014 2nd edition. Large 8vo paperback (169 x 240mm). Pp479. Colour photographs throughout.

The first edition of The Wraysbury Chronicles, published in 2011, very quickly sold out and has since become quite sought-after and hard to find. By popular demand the book has been reissued in a just slightly smaller-format paperback edition. Only 750 copies were printed and the publisher has again, already sold out. "Following the popularity of the Horton Chronicles, it was an obvious progression to go down Welley Road to the legendary Wraysbury One. As much a part of angling history as any other lake you could mention, this huge lake has tested the resilience and skills of many of England's best known anglers, but has also held jewels that any angler would crave. Fishing on Wraysbury has always been a test of endurance, and in this book you'll find evidence of those that have passed the test, and also those that have failed". (Keith Jenkins - publisher and editor). Contributors include; Paul Martin, Chris Ball, Nick West, Phil Escott, Barry and Sam Meeuwissen, Vijay Gooriah, Dave Moore, Dave Cumpstone, Steve Allcott, Phil Thompson, Dave Lane, Darren (Tetley) Ward, Keith Jenkins, Ian(Chilly) Chillcott, Phil (Jacko) Jackson, Simon Scott, Ben Gratwicke, Vincent Jenkins, Matt Saunders, Trevor Johnson, Kevin (Hippy) Winter, Ben Dowers, Chris Gardner, Damian Coombs, Simon Garrard, Tom Anderson, Adam Penning.
£26.00
Availability: In stock
Book Code
46533
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Author Jenkins (Keith).
Book Code 46533
ISBN 0957231296 / 9780957231290
Book Description A very good second-hand paperback with map enclosed in pocket to rear of front cover.
Book Cover Paperback
Published Date 2014
Publisher Freebird Publishing.
Place Crawley, West Sussex.