STILL-WATER ANGLING. By Richard Walker. Second edition.
(1953) 1955 2nd edition. 8vo (141 x 219mm). Pp232. B/w photograph plates, b/w line illustrations. Green boards, spine titled in gilt. Blue photographic revolutionary techniques to the coarse fishing world, laying the foundation for the school of "specimen hunting" which has continued until the present day. This most important of post-war fishing books, the cornerstone of any coarse angling collection, includes many anecdotes, including the story of Walker's capture of the 44lb record carp from always made his own fishing tackle, and it is against this background of scientific knowledge and craftsman's experience that he has worked out the
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|Author||Walker (Richard Stuart). (1918-1985)|
|Book Description||Slight fading to head of spine, slight browning to end-papers and edges but good-plus in frayed and chipped 3rd edition dust-wrapper.|
|Publisher||Macgibbon and Kee.|