THE COMPLETE SALMON FISHER: VOLUME ONE. THE LIFE OF THE SALMON.

THE COMPLETE SALMON FISHER: VOLUME ONE. THE LIFE OF THE SALMON.

THE MASTERS ON THE DRY FLY. Edited by J. Michael Migel. Illustrated by  Dave Whitlock.

THE MASTERS ON THE DRY FLY. Edited by J. Michael Migel. Illustrated by Dave Whitlock.

TERRESTRIAL FISHING: THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE JASSID, BEETLE, CRICKET, HOPPER, ANT, AND INCHWORM ON PENNSYLVANIA'S LEGENDARY LETORT. By Ed Koch.

1990 1st edition. 4to (190 x 238mm). Pp173,ads. Colour photographs, illustrations, foreword by Paul Schullery. Green boards, spine titled in gilt.

"The imitation of terrestrials is not in itself a new idea: grasshoppers, ants and other nonaquatic insects have brought anglers success for centuries. But only recently have these flies begun to form a major part of the fly fisher's arsenal. The modern 'terrestrial movement' started in the late 1940's on the limestone rivers of south-central Pennsylvania and has spread throughout the world. Ed Koch, a major contributor to the development of the new terrestrials, shares a wealth of information on the patterns - how they came about, how to tie them, and how to use them to take trout". Chapters include: The Jassid; The Japanese Beetle; Ants; The Letort Hopper; The Cricket; Other terrestrials; A nine-pounder; Tackle; Limestoners and freestoners; Charles K. Fox - his influence.
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Book Code
1124
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Author Koch (Ed).
Book Code 1124
ISBN 0811709280 / 0811709280
Book Description New unread copy in dust-wrapper.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1990
Publisher Stackpole Books.
Place Harrisburg.