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Currawong Press   Sydney 1982, facsimile of 1860 London edn, 8vo. Illust. 456pp. D/J.  Being observations principally on the fauna and flora of New South Wales, New Zealand, and some of the islands of the south west Pacific  area.  Includes four chapters dealing with the fish and marine animals of the Australian continent. -Very Good                                                                                                                                        

Rigby Ltd.   Adelaide 1974 revised edn, 4to Illust 261p.  A study of the animals that inhabit the tidal shore, marine life and the coral reefs The text is illustrated by many splendid and often unique photographs that are a store of information themselves..  - Fine   

The History Press  Stroud  2011  8vo 190p. D/J.  The story for one mans obsessive search in Scotland, Cumbria and the wildest corners of Ireland  for the Salmo Ferox, a canibalistic  large species of the trout family.  At times in the company of a disparate band of fanatics - alcholics, mountain men, scientists, tree planting eco-warriors and one genuine soothsayer. Nor all of them survived. -Very Fine                                                                                                                         

Stackpole Books Harrisburg 1980, 8vo. Illust. 223pp.  D/J. Illustrated by Robert H Pils. The fly fisherman’s guide to identifying and imitating aquatic mayflies, terrestrials, caddis, stoneflies, midges, damselflies, and dragonflies, as well as crustaceans, forage fish and terrestrials with a selection of over 50 dressings with notes on presentation and fly fishing techniques.  An anglers book by an experienced angler and scientist based on practical entomology.  - Fine                                             

Crown Publishers New York. 1975, 4to. Illust. 242pp.  Black cloth cover with tan cloth spine.   A practical, fully illustrated guide to the latest advances and developments in fly tying. With more than twenty  proven fly patterns for fresh and saltwater described by their creators.  Also explains new materials, tools and techniques. Profiles famous fly tyers and has a wealth of information on fly tying entomology.   Presents scientific studies  on the Damselflies and Dragonflies of Connecticut and Caddis flies of Illinois.  Over 200 detailed step by step photographs  for tying the featured flies. Four colour pages of flies.   -Fine

Crown Publishers New York. 1977, 2nd prtg.  4to. Illust. 242pp. D/J.  A practical, fully illustrated guide to the latest advances and developments in fly tying. With more than twenty  proven fly patterns for fresh and saltwater described by their creators. Also explains new materials, tools and techniques. Profiles famous fly tyers and has a wealth of information on fly tying entomology.   Presents scientific studies  on the Damselflies and Dragonflies of Connecticut and Caddis flies of Illinois.  Over 200 detailed step by step photographs  for tying the featured flies. Four colour pages of flies. - Fine   

Doubleday   Nick Lyons New York. 1979, 4to. Illust. 207pp. D/J.  A fisherman's intimate profile of the Madison River Watershed  from its source in Yellowstone Park to its junction with the Missouri River.  Details  its history, ecology, lore and angling opportunities.  This is the first profile of a major trout river in the US.   A evocation to a great river as understood and loved by a great trout fisherman.  Art by Dave Whitlock.   Many B/W photographs. Tape marks on e/p.- Fine 

Crown Publishers  New York. 1974, 4to. Illust. 216pp.  D/J. Illustrated by Dave Whitlock. A far reaching approach to practical trout fishing and better stream conservation. It offers one of the most comprehensive treatments ever written on life in running water, the needs of the trout, and advanced fly fishing techniques.  This thoughtful book can improve ones trout fishing -and, all our trout streams: its practical authoritative approach is bound to make it a classic in the field. The book is divided into three sections, Trout and their Rivers, The Pursuit of Trout and Asthetics and Conservation.   Illustrated by Dave Whitlock.   D/J has some edge wear and has a small section missing.   Many photographs and drawings. -Fine 

Batchworth Press London 1948 edn, 12mo. Illust. 176pp. A collection of over 24 experiences and observations written as articles for The Field by the former Inspector of Salmon Fisheries.    Edited and illustrated by L.R. Brightwell.  Many references to fish and marine animals.  Light foxing on prelims.    Some rubbing to spine and edges.  Slight staining to green cloth cover. Internals Fine.

 Macmillan & Co.   London 1900, popular third  edn, 12mo. Illust. 365pp.  Pictorial cloth cover.  A collection of over 300 experiences and observations written as articles for The Field by the former Inspector of Salmon Fisheries.  Many references to fish and marine animals.  Foxing prelims and slight foxing  to most pages  Some rubbing to spine and edges. Slight insect damage to cover. Previous owners name.   Very Good  

Currawong Press   Sydney 1982, facsimile of 1860 London edn, 8vo. Illust. 456pp. D/J.  Being observations principally on the fauna and flora of New South Wales, New Zealand, and some of the islands of the south west Pacific  area.  Includes four chapters dealing with the fish and marine animals of the Australian continent. -Very Good                                                                                                                                        

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