THE FLYFISHER and THE TROUT'S POINT OF VIEW: NEW LIGHT ON FLYFISHING THEORY  and PRACTICE. By Col. E.W. Harding.

THE FLYFISHER and THE TROUT'S POINT OF VIEW: NEW LIGHT ON FLYFISHING THEORY and PRACTICE. By Col. E.W. Harding.

THE HAPPY FISHERMAN. By Walter M. Gallichan.

THE HAPPY FISHERMAN. By Walter M. Gallichan.

AN ANGLER IN ARCADIA. By Wilfred Walter Morris.

1934 1st edition. 8vo (145 x 220mm). Pp271 + iv pp ads. Illustrated with 8 plates from photographs. Issue A. Green cloth, spine titled in gilt.

Essays on trout fishing in the streams of the Scottish Borders. Chapters include: An angler in Arcadia; His 'prentice hand; A fine week - and a wet day; A dish of trout; Handicapped anglers; At Dryburgh; Luckless days and nights; Midsummer nights; Of riverside wildings - of the birds, of the beasts, and the flora; At the Gateheugh; Up in the morning early; Tales from Tweedside; At the Monks' Ford; Grayling in Tweed and Teviot; A border raid; A bunch of heather; September trout and spates; "The Lurcher's" last cast.
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47832
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Author Morris (Wilfred Walter).
Book Code 47832
ISBN B0008BXI9Q
Book Description Spotting to edges and end-papers but good-plus in a somewhat chipped and frayed, price-clipped dust-wrapper.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1934
Publisher Moray Press.
Place Edinburgh.