DEER, THEIR BIOLOGY, BEHAVIOUR AND IMPACT. Edited by F.T. Last.  Proceedings of a Symposium of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.

DEER, THEIR BIOLOGY, BEHAVIOUR AND IMPACT. Edited by F.T. Last. Proceedings of a Symposium of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.

BREAKING CLAYS. By Chris Batha.

BREAKING CLAYS. By Chris Batha.

MODERN FLY-TYING TECHNIQUES. Text by John Veniard. Drawings by Donald Downs.

(1973) 1979 2nd edition. 8vo (149 x 216mm). Pp112. B/w line illustrations by Donald Downs, 1 b/w photograph of tools. Red cloth.

Veniard and Downs "started their monthly Fly Tyers' Forum articles in Trout and Salmon magazine in February 1970, in which they sought the ideas of amateur fly dressers. The response was tremendous, and from the first 14 Forum articles came the book Fly Tying Development and Progress. A further collection of articles was adapted to make the present book, and in this second edition more contributions have been included"... Chapters include: Making wings for 'shaving brush' flies; Kent nymphs; 'Glitter' lures; A perch fly; Pre-fabricated wings; The Sonnerati Jungle Fowl; Packing deer hair bodies; 'Fraser Flares' and 'real' false hackles; Deer hair application - American style; The loop-wing fly; the Andre Puyans nymph; Fly-tying neatness and the 'Polystickle'; The 'Hairstickle'; Nymph with a record; an unsikable sedge; An exercise with nymphs; Tandems and 'Wigglers'; Reg French tandems; 'Muddler' heads for hackled flies; A question of marriage; Rights and wrongs of winging.
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Author Veniard (John).
Book Code 46965
ISBN 0713619473 / 0713619473
Book Description Ex-library copy usual faults and stamps. Reading copy in dust-wrapper.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1979
Publisher A and C Black.
Place London.