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Publisher: New York, Comet Press:
Edition: Believe to be a First Edition
Seller ID: 003104
Title page date 1959, CR 1959, 207 pages, black and white photos in center, with a few text cuts. This presents the bait-and-spin-casting tyro, the seasonal fresh-water fisherman and the would-be angler and the wild-eyed enthusiast with a sound and highly absorbing manual. Dust jacket slight tears, green covers, good+. View more info
By: Family Circle.
Publisher: Published by Family Circle, CR 1954,:
Seller ID: 000780
4R 1954 with 8 pages with index to flies. Color plates with flies, also B&W photos. In cut-out slipcase, all good+. Fishing, fly fishing, angling, flies. View more info
By: Jorgensen, Poul.
Publisher: Published by Winchester Press,:
Seller ID: 000895
CR 1976 by author, 224 pages w/index. Dust jacket has slight tears, all else good+. Introduction by Lefty Kreh, Preface by Art Lee. B&W and color photos of flys. Book has red underlining in it. Fly tying, angling, fishing, fly fishing. View more info
By: Senior, William.
Seller ID: 000540
Hard Cover. An Angler's Sketch in Tasmania and New Zealand. Published by Derrydale Press, Lyon, Miss. Limited edition of 2500 copies, printed in 1994 with unused bookplate. AEG (All Edges Gilt). Part of Fly Fisherman's Gold Library series commissioned by Trout Unlimited. Brown leather covers, illustrated with gold and black on front cover and spine. All very good condition. Fishing, natural, history, angling, fly fishing, trout fishing. View more info
By: Smith, O. W.
Publisher: New York, Published by Fred. Stokes, NY., CR 1917,:
Seller ID: 001813
CR 1917 with 203 pages. No dust jacket, green dark covers with picture of a fisherman pasted on front cover. Slight wear, o/w good+. 24 illustrations by author. The author's experience as a trout fisherman. Natura l History. Trout fishing, fishing, angling, fly fishing. View more info
Publisher: Minneapolis, MN, North American Fishing Club:
Seller ID: 002544
Complete Angler's Library. Front cover has a picture of a bass high in the air, blue covers with gilt lettering. CR 1990, 378 pages with black and white phtos. All very good condition. Smallmouth bass will tackle any meal it can force down its gullet. It will charge to the surface for a bug, slash through the shallows to tear at schools of baitfish or jam its nose into a narrow crevice to pummel a crayfish - also it will throw itself at the angler's lure. There is a section in the back on all the authors that contrubuted to this book. View more info