FISHERMAN'S KNOTS and WRINKLES. Comprising: Knots, splices, etc., and how to make them. Fly-dressing: a simple method. Net-making for amateurs. Modelling fish in plaster. Hints and wrinkles. By W.A. Hunter.

FISHERMAN'S KNOTS and WRINKLES. Comprising: Knots, splices, etc., and how to make them. Fly-dressing: a simple method. Net-making for amateurs. Modelling fish in plaster. Hints and wrinkles. By W.A. Hunter.

THE COMPLETE FLY FISHER. Edited by Peter Lapsley.

THE COMPLETE FLY FISHER. Edited by Peter Lapsley.

THE FLY-FISHER'S ENTOMOLOGY; with coloured representations of the natural and artificial insect; and a few observations and instructions for trout and grayling-fishing. By Alfred Ronalds. New edition, with extra coloured plates, edited by H.T. Sheringham.

(1836) 1921 new edition. 8vo (141 x 222mm). Ppxlviii,152. Colour and b/w plates. Green cloth, titled and ruled in black as other Herbert Jenkins angling books.

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. With a lengthy new Introduction by H.T. Sheringham.
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60284
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Author Ronalds (Alfred).
Book Code 60284
ISBN B001OV2XLS.
Book Description Signature and date to front end-paper. Edges foxed. Good-plus in tanned dust-wrapper chipped with loss. 15/- net.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1921
Publisher Herbert Jenkins.
Place London.