OLD FLIES IN NEW DRESSES: HOW TO DRESS DRY FLIES WITH THE WINGS IN THE NATURAL POSITION AND SOME NEW WET FLIES. By Charles Edward Walker. Illustrated by the author and Edward Wilson.
DRY-FLY FISHING. By R.C. Bridgett, M.A, B.Sc.
1922 1st edition. 8vo (145 x 220mm). Pp316+4pp book ads. With 2 plates in colour and numerous diagrams, etc. Green cloth, to make known the virtues of the dry-fly to Scottish anglers". . . Chapters include: The object of fishing; The necessity for the dry-fly; Objections answered; Advantages; The apparatus; A little entomology; Floating flies; Instructions; Tactics; Drag; On wading; Trout-stalking; Dapping; Fishing the stream; Dry-fly fishing on lochs and reservoirs; Concerning the wind; The dry-fly season; A day on Clyde; The Daer Water; On Duneaton Water; A day on Tweed; Evening on Tweed; Among the hills; Up the river; the dry-fly fails; A favourite loch; Across the moor; A final cast.
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|Author||Bridgett (Robert Currie). (1880-1961).|
|Book Description||Some use and browning, snag to head of spine, chip from foot of p55 with no loss of text. Good.|