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.

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.

FLY FISHING FLIES.

FLY FISHING FLIES.

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, spine and upper board printed and ruled in black.

"My chief purpose is 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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Book Code
3403
More Information
Author Bridgett (Robert Currie). (1880-1961).
Book Code 3403
ISBN B001AW0106
Book Description Some use and browning, snag to head of spine, chip from foot of p55 with no loss of text. Good.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1922
Publisher Herbert Jenkins.
Place London.