THE NATURAL TROUT FLY AND ITS IMITATION: BEING AN ANGLER'S RECORD OF  INSECTS SEEN AT THE WATERSIDE AND THE METHOD OF TYING THEIR FLIES. By  Leonard West. Second edition, revised and enlarged.

THE NATURAL TROUT FLY AND ITS IMITATION: BEING AN ANGLER'S RECORD OF INSECTS SEEN AT THE WATERSIDE AND THE METHOD OF TYING THEIR FLIES. By Leonard West. Second edition, revised and enlarged.

PIKE AND PERCH: WITH NOTES ON RECORD PIKE AND A CHAPTER ON THE BLACK BASS,  MURRAY COD AND OTHER SPORTING MEMBERS OF THE PERCH FAMILY. By Alfred  Jardine. The Angler's Library Volume III.

PIKE AND PERCH: WITH NOTES ON RECORD PIKE AND A CHAPTER ON THE BLACK BASS, MURRAY COD AND OTHER SPORTING MEMBERS OF THE PERCH FAMILY. By Alfred Jardine. The Angler's Library Volume III.

THE FLY-FISHER'S ENTOMOLOGY; with directions for making the artificial representation of each fly, and a few observations and instructions for trout and grayling fishing. By Alfred Ronalds.

(1836) 1901 10th edition. Ppxvi,132, catalogue of books at rear. 20 coloured plates, original green cloth, untitled spine.

Alfred Ronalds was the first of the great angler-naturalists. His book revolutionised flyfishing and flytying, and formed the cornerstone on which all later books on angling entomology were based. This edition has a new preface by J.C.Carter, Ronalds' nephew.
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Author Ronalds (Alfred).
Book Code 2484
ISBN B001AVWPI8
Book Description Slight rubbing and foxing, two stamps but a very good copy.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1901
Publisher Longmans, Green and Co.
Place London.