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Trouting in Tasmania

AU$250.00
By: DAWKINS, G.E.J.
ID No.: 2131.

Brobock Agencies  Launceston 1999, 1StEdn.   8vo, illust 97p. Black Leather bound with glassine protective cover.  No 38 of a limited Edn of 100.  endmap.  Prologue by Michael Bok and Introduction by Sel Chidgey.  Illustrations by May Dawkins.   A description of a fly fishing trip in Tasmania in the 1930’s undertaken by Dawkins, Sel Chidgey and Bob Meredith where they visited the Break’o Day, St Patrick’s, Georges, Macquarie, Mersey,  South Esk Rivers and the Great Lakes.  Produced  by Michael Bok from Dawkins prologue of the trip. Map attached REP.  –Very Fine                

Trouting in Tasmania

AU$250.00
ID No.: 2131.

Brobock Agencies  Launceston 1999, 1StEdn.   8vo, illust 97p. Black Leather bound with glassine protective cover.  No 38 of a limited Edn of 100.  endmap.  Prologue by Michael Bok and Introduction by Sel Chidgey.  Illustrations by May Dawkins.   A description of a fly fishing trip in Tasmania in the 1930’s undertaken by Dawkins, Sel Chidgey and Bob Meredith where they visited the Break’o Day, St Patrick’s, Georges, Macquarie, Mersey,  South Esk Rivers and the Great Lakes.  Produced  by Michael Bok from Dawkins prologue of the trip. Map attached REP.  –Very Fine                

Trouting in Tasmania

AU$250.00
By: DAWKINS, G.E.J.
ID No.: 3684.

Brobock Agencies  Launceston 1999, 1st Edn.   Number 39 of Ltd edn of 100 copies.   8vo, illust 97p. Black leather cover. Edited by Michael Bok. Introduction by Selwyn Chidley. Prologue by Michael Bok  Illustrations by May Dawkins.   A description of fly fishing adventures in Tasmania in the 1930’s undertaken by Victorian anglers Dawkins, Sel Chidgey and Bob Meredith where they visited the Break’o Day, St Patrick’s, Georges, Macquarie, Mersey, South Esk Rivers and the Great Lakes. Map attached REP.  Reproduced by Michael Bok from the authors prologue of the trip.  –Fine 

   

Trouting in Tasmania

AU$250.00
ID No.: 3684.

Brobock Agencies  Launceston 1999, 1st Edn.   Number 39 of Ltd edn of 100 copies.   8vo, illust 97p. Black leather cover. Edited by Michael Bok. Introduction by Selwyn Chidley. Prologue by Michael Bok  Illustrations by May Dawkins.   A description of fly fishing adventures in Tasmania in the 1930’s undertaken by Victorian anglers Dawkins, Sel Chidgey and Bob Meredith where they visited the Break’o Day, St Patrick’s, Georges, Macquarie, Mersey, South Esk Rivers and the Great Lakes. Map attached REP.  Reproduced by Michael Bok from the authors prologue of the trip.  –Fine 

   

How to Tie Trout Flies

AU$40.00
By: DAWKINS, Ted
ID No.: 373

Victorian Fly Fishers Association Publication, Melbourne, 1982.2nd prtg 8vo Illust 32p, soft cover. The procedures in this booklet form the basis of instruction at the fly tying classes conducted each winter by the Victorian Fly Fishes Association and contains the tying instructions of 21 of the successful flies for Victorian waters plus the tools ,materials and preliminary preparations for fly tying.    - Very Good  

How to Tie Trout Flies

AU$40.00
ID No.: 373

Victorian Fly Fishers Association Publication, Melbourne, 1982.2nd prtg 8vo Illust 32p, soft cover. The procedures in this booklet form the basis of instruction at the fly tying classes conducted each winter by the Victorian Fly Fishes Association and contains the tying instructions of 21 of the successful flies for Victorian waters plus the tools ,materials and preliminary preparations for fly tying.    - Very Good  

Memories of the Shannon Rise.

AU$350.00
By: DEAN, Roy.
ID No.: 5018

Mike Stevens Publishing Launceston 1998 8vo Illust 111p. Black leather binding, Limited edn of100. Signed by the author.   Roy Dean fished the Shannon Rise from 1936 to when it finished in 1964. The rise was a fish feeding frenzy caused by the huge hatches of the Asmicridea Grisea, the snowflake caddis.  Foreword by Ken Littlejohn. Illustrated by Trevor Hawkins.  -As new.                                                              

  

Memories of the Shannon Rise.

AU$350.00
ID No.: 5018

Mike Stevens Publishing Launceston 1998 8vo Illust 111p. Black leather binding, Limited edn of100. Signed by the author.   Roy Dean fished the Shannon Rise from 1936 to when it finished in 1964. The rise was a fish feeding frenzy caused by the huge hatches of the Asmicridea Grisea, the snowflake caddis.  Foreword by Ken Littlejohn. Illustrated by Trevor Hawkins.  -As new.                                                              

  

Memories of the Shannon Rise.

AU$55.00
By: DEAN, Roy.
ID No.: 3180.

Mike Stevens Publishing Launceston 1998.  8vo Illust 111p. Soft Cover. Roy Dean fished the Shannon Rise with Dick Wigram and Peter Wallace from 1936 to when it finished in 1964. The rise was a fish feeding frenzy caused by the huge hatches of the Asmicridea Grisea, the snowflake caddis over a half mile stretch of river. The memories  involving incidents on the stream and in the accomodation and of the characters who were attracted to the "Rise". – Fine                           

Memories of the Shannon Rise.

AU$55.00
ID No.: 3180.

Mike Stevens Publishing Launceston 1998.  8vo Illust 111p. Soft Cover. Roy Dean fished the Shannon Rise with Dick Wigram and Peter Wallace from 1936 to when it finished in 1964. The rise was a fish feeding frenzy caused by the huge hatches of the Asmicridea Grisea, the snowflake caddis over a half mile stretch of river. The memories  involving incidents on the stream and in the accomodation and of the characters who were attracted to the "Rise". – Fine                           

Sporting In Both Hemispheres

AU$320.00
By: D'EWES, J.
ID No.: 387
G. Routledge & Co. London 1858, 12mo Illust 398p + adverts. Covers fishing and hunting exploits around the world in the mid-19th century. Of special interest are chapters devoted to author's travels to Victoria and New South Wales and the tantalising descriptions of fishing at Sydney and elsewhere. Author claimed to have been related to Charles Cotton. Sl foxing. Spine repaired- Very Good

Sporting In Both Hemispheres

AU$320.00
ID No.: 387
G. Routledge & Co. London 1858, 12mo Illust 398p + adverts. Covers fishing and hunting exploits around the world in the mid-19th century. Of special interest are chapters devoted to author's travels to Victoria and New South Wales and the tantalising descriptions of fishing at Sydney and elsewhere. Author claimed to have been related to Charles Cotton. Sl foxing. Spine repaired- Very Good

A Guide to Stocked Lakes and Dams in New South Wales,

AU$25.00
By: DIPLOCK, John and van de Walt, Bryan.
ID No.: 3773.

Australian Fishing Network Melbourne 2005. 8vo Illust 156p. A review of the species available at the stocked fisheries.  It also provides information on facts of the waterways, facilities, accomodation, boating details and the fishing rules that apply to the waterways. -Fine   

A Guide to Stocked Lakes and Dams in New South Wales,

AU$25.00
ID No.: 3773.

Australian Fishing Network Melbourne 2005. 8vo Illust 156p. A review of the species available at the stocked fisheries.  It also provides information on facts of the waterways, facilities, accomodation, boating details and the fishing rules that apply to the waterways. -Fine   

Out Fishing – A Fly Fishers Tales,

AU$350.00
By: DOWN, Harold. P.
ID No.: 5030.

Melbourne Published privately 1952, 8vo Illust 147p. D/J. Contains tales of the author's experiences and how trout came to Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia, the development of hatcheries in Victoria and the formation of the Ballarat Fish Acclimatisation Society. Illustrated with black and white drawings and a frontispiece photograph of the author and students. "A highly readable collection of assorted yarns, anecdotes and angling trivia” (Dunn ). Inscription and signature by author. D/J has some foxing. .  – Nr.Fine

 

Out Fishing – A Fly Fishers Tales,

AU$350.00
ID No.: 5030.

Melbourne Published privately 1952, 8vo Illust 147p. D/J. Contains tales of the author's experiences and how trout came to Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia, the development of hatcheries in Victoria and the formation of the Ballarat Fish Acclimatisation Society. Illustrated with black and white drawings and a frontispiece photograph of the author and students. "A highly readable collection of assorted yarns, anecdotes and angling trivia” (Dunn ). Inscription and signature by author. D/J has some foxing. .  – Nr.Fine

 

Out Fishing – A Fly Fishers Tales,

AU$300.00
By: DOWN, Harold. P.
ID No.: 3688.

Melbourne Published privately 1952, 8vo Illust 147p.  Blue cloth cover with black title and motif of a trout.  Contains tales of the author's experiences and how trout came to Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia, the development of hatcheries in Victoria and the formation of the Ballarat Fish Acclimatisation Society. Illustrated with black and white drawings and a frontispiece photograph of the author and students. "A highly readable collection of assorted yarns, anecdotes and angling trivia” (Dunn ).  Inscription by author.  – Nr.Fine  

Out Fishing – A Fly Fishers Tales,

AU$300.00
ID No.: 3688.

Melbourne Published privately 1952, 8vo Illust 147p.  Blue cloth cover with black title and motif of a trout.  Contains tales of the author's experiences and how trout came to Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia, the development of hatcheries in Victoria and the formation of the Ballarat Fish Acclimatisation Society. Illustrated with black and white drawings and a frontispiece photograph of the author and students. "A highly readable collection of assorted yarns, anecdotes and angling trivia” (Dunn ).  Inscription by author.  – Nr.Fine  

Time of the Lake

AU$50.00
By: DUNFORD, Fred.
ID No.: 3433

Tight Lines Press Cooma 2012 8vo Illust, 314p. Pictorial card cover. The author, a long term Monaro resident, teacher, conservationist and angler presents a wealth of experience and wisdom accumulated over his years of fishing the fisheries of the Snowy/Monaro area. Many black and white and colour photographs, -Fine

Time of the Lake

AU$50.00
ID No.: 3433

Tight Lines Press Cooma 2012 8vo Illust, 314p. Pictorial card cover. The author, a long term Monaro resident, teacher, conservationist and angler presents a wealth of experience and wisdom accumulated over his years of fishing the fisheries of the Snowy/Monaro area. Many black and white and colour photographs, -Fine

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