THE INCOMPLEAT ANGLER. AFTER MASTER IZAAK WALTON. Edited by F.C. Burnand  and illustrated by Harry Furniss.

THE INCOMPLEAT ANGLER. AFTER MASTER IZAAK WALTON. Edited by F.C. Burnand and illustrated by Harry Furniss.

THE TROUT FLY DRESSER'S CABINET OF DEVICES, OR HOW TO TIE FLIES FOR TROUT  AND GRAYLING FISHING. By the late H.G. McClelland. (

THE TROUT FLY DRESSER'S CABINET OF DEVICES, OR HOW TO TIE FLIES FOR TROUT AND GRAYLING FISHING. By the late H.G. McClelland. ("Athenian" of the "Fishing Gazette"). Third edition.

THE TROUT FLY DRESSER'S CABINET OF DEVICES, OR HOW TO TIE FLIES FOR TROUT AND GRAYLING FISHING. By the late H.G. McClelland. ("Athenian" of the "Fishing Gazette"). Eighth edition.

(1899) 1935 8th edition. 12mo (105 x 164mm). Ppviii,137 + 3pp ads. Frontispiece portrait, illustrations. Dark green cloth with rounded corners, upper board and spine titled in gilt.

"In him, the art of fly-dressing has lost, at a very early age, probably the most prolific, ingenious and inventive intellect of the century". (G.E.M. Skues in the Fishing Gazette). The cloth is simply titled, How to Tie Trout Flies. Chapters: On the exact imitation theory; On hooks; On materials; Dyeing, bleaching and other recipes; On the vice and tools; How to dress a wet fly; How to dress a dry fly; Parting observations and hints. The boards are simply titled "How to tie flies for trout".
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Author McClelland (Harry G.). (1875-1898).
Book Code 47010
ISBN B001AW1OOS
Book Description Very good copy in used slip-case.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1935
Publisher The Fishing Gazette.
Place London.