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Fisherman's Fall

AU$80.00
By: HAIG-BROWN Roderick.
ID No.: 659
Crown Publishers Inc. New York. 1975 reprint. 8vo. 279pp. D/J. Of all times of the year fall is the most exciting…fall is the time of movement. Includes chapters on fishing for Pacific Salmon, Estuary Fishing, Steelhead and their migratory runs. A mix of generous writing style and practical angling advice. e/p has tape marks - Very Good

Fisherman's Fall

AU$80.00
ID No.: 659
Crown Publishers Inc. New York. 1975 reprint. 8vo. 279pp. D/J. Of all times of the year fall is the most exciting…fall is the time of movement. Includes chapters on fishing for Pacific Salmon, Estuary Fishing, Steelhead and their migratory runs. A mix of generous writing style and practical angling advice. e/p has tape marks - Very Good

Return to the River A Story of the Chinook run

AU$45.00
By: HAIG-BROWN Roderick.
ID No.: 657
Crown Publishers Inc. New York. 1974 reprint. 8vo. Illust. 248pp. D/J. The story of the Chinook run and the men who fish it. Relates the return of the deep sea Chinook salmon to spawn in the river where they hatched and their subsequent migration downstream to the ocean to grow into eighty pounders before their return to their stream. A classic story - Fine

Return to the River A Story of the Chinook run

AU$45.00
ID No.: 657
Crown Publishers Inc. New York. 1974 reprint. 8vo. Illust. 248pp. D/J. The story of the Chinook run and the men who fish it. Relates the return of the deep sea Chinook salmon to spawn in the river where they hatched and their subsequent migration downstream to the ocean to grow into eighty pounders before their return to their stream. A classic story - Fine

The Western Angler

AU$60.00
By: HAIG-BROWN, Roderick.
ID No.: 669
William Morrow New York. 1954 second printing. 8vo. Illust by Tommy Brayshaw, 356pp. Cream Cloth Cover. An account of Pacific salmon and western trout in British Columbia, Generally recognized by sportsmen and naturalists as the finest book ever written on Western trout and salmon and the magnificent waters of British Columbia.  Haig-Brown.....not only provides a valuable liaison     where it is urgently needed between the scientist and angler, but he also speaks of the art of angling as it is c.practised in western North America with no little degree of authority......(C. McC. Mottley Cornell University). Slight foxing on Cloth cover. 

The Western Angler

AU$60.00
ID No.: 669
William Morrow New York. 1954 second printing. 8vo. Illust by Tommy Brayshaw, 356pp. Cream Cloth Cover. An account of Pacific salmon and western trout in British Columbia, Generally recognized by sportsmen and naturalists as the finest book ever written on Western trout and salmon and the magnificent waters of British Columbia.  Haig-Brown.....not only provides a valuable liaison     where it is urgently needed between the scientist and angler, but he also speaks of the art of angling as it is c.practised in western North America with no little degree of authority......(C. McC. Mottley Cornell University). Slight foxing on Cloth cover. 

The Western Angler Vol.2

AU$45.00
By: HAIG-BROWN, Roderick.
ID No.: 671
Derrydale Press Lyon Mississippi. 1991 edn, 4to. 192pp. Black faux leather cover with gilt title. An account of Pacific salmon and western trout in British Columbia. Generally recognized by sportsmen and naturalists as the Finest book ever written on Western trout and salmon and the magnificent waters of British Columbia Colour frontispiece and black and white photographs, gilt decoration to front board, Bonded leather binding, limited to 2,500 copies. (Parts IV and V plus appendix 1 and 2) - Mint

The Western Angler Vol.2

AU$45.00
ID No.: 671
Derrydale Press Lyon Mississippi. 1991 edn, 4to. 192pp. Black faux leather cover with gilt title. An account of Pacific salmon and western trout in British Columbia. Generally recognized by sportsmen and naturalists as the Finest book ever written on Western trout and salmon and the magnificent waters of British Columbia Colour frontispiece and black and white photographs, gilt decoration to front board, Bonded leather binding, limited to 2,500 copies. (Parts IV and V plus appendix 1 and 2) - Mint

The Western Angler: An account of Pacific salmon and western trout in British Columbia,

AU$48.00
By: HAIG-BROWN, Roderick.
ID No.: 2959.

Collins Sons and Co.  Don Mills Ontario,  1968 3rd edn.. 8vo Illust by Tommy Brayshaw, 356p D/J.  Generally recognized by sportsmen and naturalists as the finest book ever written on Western trout and salmon and the magnificent waters of British Columbia.  "Haig-Brown.....not only provides a valuable liaison where it is urgently needed between the scientist and angler, but he also speaks of the art of angling as it is .practised in western North America with no little degree of authority"......(C. McC. Mottley Cornell University).  Ink notation on fep. D/J has slight wear.  -Nr Fine

 

The Western Angler: An account of Pacific salmon and western trout in British Columbia,

AU$48.00
ID No.: 2959.

Collins Sons and Co.  Don Mills Ontario,  1968 3rd edn.. 8vo Illust by Tommy Brayshaw, 356p D/J.  Generally recognized by sportsmen and naturalists as the finest book ever written on Western trout and salmon and the magnificent waters of British Columbia.  "Haig-Brown.....not only provides a valuable liaison where it is urgently needed between the scientist and angler, but he also speaks of the art of angling as it is .practised in western North America with no little degree of authority"......(C. McC. Mottley Cornell University).  Ink notation on fep. D/J has slight wear.  -Nr Fine

 

Trout Fisheries in New Zealand

AU$65.00
By: HOBBS, Derisley
ID No.: 788

N.Z. Marine Dept  Wellington, 1948, - Fisheries Bulletin No. 9, 8vo,  Illust, 175pp, Unnumbered copy of limited edition of 100.  Blue cloth cover.   The ecology of trout waters and a study of the development and management of trout fisheries. The author was the Senior  Fishery Officer (Freshwater) for the Marine Department.  The contents are divided into four parts. Part one is the historical aspects  and covers  environmental change, the change in size and abundance of trout and the development and distribution of angling,   Part two discusses the recent management of fisheries in New Zealand in particular the losses in hatcheries, losses in natural propagation and a comparison of losses, Also covers the significance of quantities produced in hatcheries.   Part three reviews the recent investigation work on fisheries management in other countries particularly trout and salmon in the USA. Part four covers the future management and development of fisheries. 31 black and white plates.  Includes a detailed bibliography.   - Fine    

Trout Fisheries in New Zealand

AU$65.00
ID No.: 788

N.Z. Marine Dept  Wellington, 1948, - Fisheries Bulletin No. 9, 8vo,  Illust, 175pp, Unnumbered copy of limited edition of 100.  Blue cloth cover.   The ecology of trout waters and a study of the development and management of trout fisheries. The author was the Senior  Fishery Officer (Freshwater) for the Marine Department.  The contents are divided into four parts. Part one is the historical aspects  and covers  environmental change, the change in size and abundance of trout and the development and distribution of angling,   Part two discusses the recent management of fisheries in New Zealand in particular the losses in hatcheries, losses in natural propagation and a comparison of losses, Also covers the significance of quantities produced in hatcheries.   Part three reviews the recent investigation work on fisheries management in other countries particularly trout and salmon in the USA. Part four covers the future management and development of fisheries. 31 black and white plates.  Includes a detailed bibliography.   - Fine    

The Spawning Run

AU$25.00
By: HUMPHREY, William.
ID No.: 840
Chatto & Windus London. 1970, 1st U.K. edn, 12mo. Illust. 80pp. D/J. Celebrates the joys of salmon fishing. A compelling tale of an angling holiday in a British salmon fishing inn; the life story and mating behaviour of the salmon and the salmon fishers. Features in Gingrich's latter day hall of fame, tape marks on cover o/w Very Good.

The Spawning Run

AU$25.00
ID No.: 840
Chatto & Windus London. 1970, 1st U.K. edn, 12mo. Illust. 80pp. D/J. Celebrates the joys of salmon fishing. A compelling tale of an angling holiday in a British salmon fishing inn; the life story and mating behaviour of the salmon and the salmon fishers. Features in Gingrich's latter day hall of fame, tape marks on cover o/w Very Good.

Fishing 2 vols

AU$150.00
By: HUTCHINSON, Horace G. (ed.)
ID No.: 859
The Country Life Library of Sport, London 1904, 8vo. Vol 1 526pp. Vol 2 445pp.   Red cloth Cover.  Profusely illustrated with coloured plates of flies and numerous engravings and black and white photos.  Volume one is a detailed  work on the fish and tactics for  catching salmon, (238 Pages) trout (205pages) and grayling (70 pages) fishing.  Volume Two is in three parts. The first consists of thirty pages each on mahseer and tarpon; the second is on coarse angling - principally for pike; the third is on British sea angling. Contributers include  A Boulenger, F Halford,  A.E. Gaythorne Hardy, F Aflalo and R B Marston.  Some foxing and light rubbing to covers. -Very Good.

Fishing 2 vols

AU$150.00
ID No.: 859
The Country Life Library of Sport, London 1904, 8vo. Vol 1 526pp. Vol 2 445pp.   Red cloth Cover.  Profusely illustrated with coloured plates of flies and numerous engravings and black and white photos.  Volume one is a detailed  work on the fish and tactics for  catching salmon, (238 Pages) trout (205pages) and grayling (70 pages) fishing.  Volume Two is in three parts. The first consists of thirty pages each on mahseer and tarpon; the second is on coarse angling - principally for pike; the third is on British sea angling. Contributers include  A Boulenger, F Halford,  A.E. Gaythorne Hardy, F Aflalo and R B Marston.  Some foxing and light rubbing to covers. -Very Good.

Salmon and Sea-Trout Fisheries of Scotland

AU$45.00
By: LITTLE, Crawford
ID No.: 1014
Unwin Hyman Ltd. London, 1990, 8vo, Illust, 240pp,  D/J,   A comprehensive anglers guide to the major river and loch systems in Scotland. Describes the special flies, fishing techniques, characteristics, beats, and identifies the best fishing periods in the season.- Very Fine

Salmon and Sea-Trout Fisheries of Scotland

AU$45.00
ID No.: 1014
Unwin Hyman Ltd. London, 1990, 8vo, Illust, 240pp,  D/J,   A comprehensive anglers guide to the major river and loch systems in Scotland. Describes the special flies, fishing techniques, characteristics, beats, and identifies the best fishing periods in the season.- Very Fine

Life History and Habits of the Salmon Sea Trout Trout and other Freshwater Fish.

AU$35.00
By: MALLOCH, P.D.
ID No.: 2141
Derrydale Press Lyon. 1994. Reprint of the 1910 printing. Vol.XV of Fly Fishermans Gold series. 8vo. Illust. 264pp. Gilt decorated brown leatherette limited edn of 2500.  A demystification of some of the unknowns of the salmon and trout by the Manager of the Tay Salmon Fisheries Co. Ltd. By the marking of smolts on their way to the sea and recapture afterwards. A description and history of 22 species of fish. - Mint

Life History and Habits of the Salmon Sea Trout Trout and other Freshwater Fish.

AU$35.00
ID No.: 2141
Derrydale Press Lyon. 1994. Reprint of the 1910 printing. Vol.XV of Fly Fishermans Gold series. 8vo. Illust. 264pp. Gilt decorated brown leatherette limited edn of 2500.  A demystification of some of the unknowns of the salmon and trout by the Manager of the Tay Salmon Fisheries Co. Ltd. By the marking of smolts on their way to the sea and recapture afterwards. A description and history of 22 species of fish. - Mint
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