THE SUPER FLIES OF STILL WATER. By John Goddard.

THE SUPER FLIES OF STILL WATER. By John Goddard.

JOHN GODDARD'S WATERSIDE GUIDE: An angler's pocket reference to the  insects of rivers and lakes; how to identify them and choose the matching  artificial. By John Goddard.

JOHN GODDARD'S WATERSIDE GUIDE: An angler's pocket reference to the insects of rivers and lakes; how to identify them and choose the matching artificial. By John Goddard.

THE SUPER FLIES OF STILL WATER. By John Goddard.

1977 1st edition. Small slim 8vo (105 x 201mm). Ppiv,98. Eight pages of colour plates of flies, line drawings by Ted Andrews. Laminated boards.

Noted entomologist and angler John Goddard "presents his personal selection of sixty killing patterns, chosen to cater for all eventualities during the season on most waters in Britain. The flies are divided into three main varieties - general patterns, imitative patterns and lures - and in addition to hints on tying the flies the author includes notes on their evolution, and describes how to fish [them] most effectively." Sixty patterns are described individually in detail and a recipe given for each. Colour photographs of all the flies appear in a section of colour plates.
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Author Goddard (John). (1923-2013).
Book Code 23297
ISBN 0510210074 / 0510210074.
Book Description Author's own copy with his ownership stamp and signature. Various review cuttings enclosed, plus a letter from Albert Whillock, inventor of the Whisky Fly, and another including a fly tied by Thomas Clegg. Boards slightly bowed because of the enclosur
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1977
Publisher Ernest Benn.
Place London.