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New Zealand Trout Flies

AU$39.00
By: DRAPER, Keith.
ID No.: 2128
Reed Publishing Auckland 1997. 8vo Illust 148p Soft cover. This update of the ever popular Trout Flies in New Zealand provides a description and tying instructions and illustration of the traditional and modern dry, wet, nymph flies and lures of New Zealand. - Mint

New Zealand Trout Flies

AU$39.00
ID No.: 2128
Reed Publishing Auckland 1997. 8vo Illust 148p Soft cover. This update of the ever popular Trout Flies in New Zealand provides a description and tying instructions and illustration of the traditional and modern dry, wet, nymph flies and lures of New Zealand. - Mint

Angling in New Zealand

AU$50.00
By: DRAPER, Keith.
ID No.: 2906
Reed Wellington 1978 1st edn., 8vo Illust 151p D/J. Topics include an introduction, fly lines, a trout and its stomach, when and where trout take, dry and wet fly, nymphing, smelt and bait fishing, spinning, salmon and many other aspects of fly fishing. Small tear to cover. - Fine

Angling in New Zealand

AU$50.00
ID No.: 2906
Reed Wellington 1978 1st edn., 8vo Illust 151p D/J. Topics include an introduction, fly lines, a trout and its stomach, when and where trout take, dry and wet fly, nymphing, smelt and bait fishing, spinning, salmon and many other aspects of fly fishing. Small tear to cover. - Fine

Trout Flies in New Zealand

AU$35.00
By: DRAPER. Keith
ID No.: 432
Reed Wellington 1989 reprint, 8vo Illust 182p Soft cover. A comprehensive guide detailing every artificial fly of note in the country. "Most New Zealand artificial flies, as the author explains, were derived originally from English and Scottish patterns. But the entomology and conditions to be found in New Zealand, not to mention the inventive genius of its anglers, have led to the development of a strong indigenous fly-tying tradition. "   A chapter on entomology,  lures, wet, dry flies and nymphs. Still the most sought-after book on the subject. - Very Fine

Trout Flies in New Zealand

AU$35.00
ID No.: 432
Reed Wellington 1989 reprint, 8vo Illust 182p Soft cover. A comprehensive guide detailing every artificial fly of note in the country. "Most New Zealand artificial flies, as the author explains, were derived originally from English and Scottish patterns. But the entomology and conditions to be found in New Zealand, not to mention the inventive genius of its anglers, have led to the development of a strong indigenous fly-tying tradition. "   A chapter on entomology,  lures, wet, dry flies and nymphs. Still the most sought-after book on the subject. - Very Fine

Trout Flies in New Zealand

AU$75.00
By: DRAPER. Keith.
ID No.: 4358
Reed Wellington 1978 1st edn., 8vo Illust 151p D/J. Topics include an introduction, fly lines, a trout and its stomach, when and where trout take, dry and wet fly, nymphing, smelt and bait fishing, spinning, salmon and many other aspects of fly fishing.

Trout Flies in New Zealand

AU$75.00
ID No.: 4358
Reed Wellington 1978 1st edn., 8vo Illust 151p D/J. Topics include an introduction, fly lines, a trout and its stomach, when and where trout take, dry and wet fly, nymphing, smelt and bait fishing, spinning, salmon and many other aspects of fly fishing.

Trout Flies in New Zealand

AU$55.00
By: DRAPER. Keith.
ID No.: 429
Reed Wellington 1975 reprint, 8vo Illust 182p D/J. A comprehensive guide detailing every artificial fly of note in the country. A chapter on entomology, lures, wet, dry flies and nymphs. Still the most sought-after book on the subject. - Fine

Trout Flies in New Zealand

AU$55.00
ID No.: 429
Reed Wellington 1975 reprint, 8vo Illust 182p D/J. A comprehensive guide detailing every artificial fly of note in the country. A chapter on entomology, lures, wet, dry flies and nymphs. Still the most sought-after book on the subject. - Fine

Trout Flies in New Zealand

AU$30.00
By: DRAPER. Keith.
ID No.: 3328
A H & A W Reed Wellington 1971 1st Edn, 8vo Illust 182p D/J. A comprehensive guide detailing every artificial fly of note in the country. "Most New Zealand artificial flies, as the author explains, were derived originally from English and Scottish patterns. But the entomology and conditions to be found in New Zealand, not to mention the inventive genius of its anglers, have led to the development of a strong indigenous fly-tying tradition. "   A chapter on entomology,  lures, wet, dry flies and nymphs. Still the most sought-after book on the subject.     D/J sl rub. Ink references between fly patterns and colour plates. Section of D/J missing. Previous owners name on FEP.. -Very Good

Trout Flies in New Zealand

AU$30.00
ID No.: 3328
A H & A W Reed Wellington 1971 1st Edn, 8vo Illust 182p D/J. A comprehensive guide detailing every artificial fly of note in the country. "Most New Zealand artificial flies, as the author explains, were derived originally from English and Scottish patterns. But the entomology and conditions to be found in New Zealand, not to mention the inventive genius of its anglers, have led to the development of a strong indigenous fly-tying tradition. "   A chapter on entomology,  lures, wet, dry flies and nymphs. Still the most sought-after book on the subject.     D/J sl rub. Ink references between fly patterns and colour plates. Section of D/J missing. Previous owners name on FEP.. -Very Good

Trout Flies in New Zealand

AU$45.00
By: DRAPER. Keith.
ID No.: 428
Reed Wellington 1971, 8vo Illust 182p D/J. "Most New Zealand artificial flies, as the author explains, were derived originally from English and Scottish patterns. But the entomology and conditions to be found in New Zealand, not to mention the inventive genius of its anglers, have led to the development of a strong indigenous fly-tying tradition. "    A comprehensive guide detailing every artificial fly of note in the country.    A chapter on entomology,  lures, wet, dry flies and nymphs. Still the most sought-after book on the subject. D/J sl rub

Trout Flies in New Zealand

AU$45.00
ID No.: 428
Reed Wellington 1971, 8vo Illust 182p D/J. "Most New Zealand artificial flies, as the author explains, were derived originally from English and Scottish patterns. But the entomology and conditions to be found in New Zealand, not to mention the inventive genius of its anglers, have led to the development of a strong indigenous fly-tying tradition. "    A comprehensive guide detailing every artificial fly of note in the country.    A chapter on entomology,  lures, wet, dry flies and nymphs. Still the most sought-after book on the subject. D/J sl rub

Trout Flies in New Zealand,

AU$35.00
By: DRAPER. Keith.
ID No.: 4475

Reed   Wellington 1971 1984 reprint, 8vo Illust 151p Soft Cover. A comprehensive guide detailing every artificial fly of note in the country. A chapter on entomology, lures, wet, dry flies and nymphs. Still the most sought-after book on the subject. Signed. - Fine                                                                                                              

Trout Flies in New Zealand,

AU$35.00
ID No.: 4475

Reed   Wellington 1971 1984 reprint, 8vo Illust 151p Soft Cover. A comprehensive guide detailing every artificial fly of note in the country. A chapter on entomology, lures, wet, dry flies and nymphs. Still the most sought-after book on the subject. Signed. - Fine                                                                                                              

Trout Flies in New Zealand

AU$40.00
By: DRAPER. Keith.
ID No.: 430
Reed Wellington 1984, 8vo Illust 182p Soft Cover. A comprehensive guide detailing every artificial fly of note in the country. "Most New Zealand artificial flies, as the author explains, were derived originally from English and Scottish patterns. But the entomology and conditions to be found in New Zealand, not to mention the inventive genius of its anglers, have led to the development of a strong indigenous fly-tying tradition. "   A chapter on entomology,  lures, wet, dry flies and nymphs. Still the most sought-after book on the subject.  Signed by author,   -Near Fine

Trout Flies in New Zealand

AU$40.00
ID No.: 430
Reed Wellington 1984, 8vo Illust 182p Soft Cover. A comprehensive guide detailing every artificial fly of note in the country. "Most New Zealand artificial flies, as the author explains, were derived originally from English and Scottish patterns. But the entomology and conditions to be found in New Zealand, not to mention the inventive genius of its anglers, have led to the development of a strong indigenous fly-tying tradition. "   A chapter on entomology,  lures, wet, dry flies and nymphs. Still the most sought-after book on the subject.  Signed by author,   -Near Fine

Hardy Brothers The Masters The Men and Their Reels 1873-1939

AU$295.00
By: DREWETT, John
ID No.: 438
J & J Publishing Wembley Middlesex 1998, 4to Illust 586p D/J. A magnificent tribute to the greatest tackle manufacturer of the last 100 plus years. The author is a fanatical Hardy reel enthusiast and this epic work is the result of twenty years research. Beautifully designed with many closeup colour photos of the reels and associated ephemera.   
In this book John Drewett chronicles the history of the Alnwick from of Hardy Brothers from its beginning.  His short profiles on those members of the Hardy family who were involved in the business, together with information gathered from interviews from with many retired reel makers combine to provide a fascinating insight into a company which was to become England’s most illustrious manufacturer of fishing tackle.- Mint

Hardy Brothers The Masters The Men and Their Reels 1873-1939

AU$295.00
ID No.: 438
J & J Publishing Wembley Middlesex 1998, 4to Illust 586p D/J. A magnificent tribute to the greatest tackle manufacturer of the last 100 plus years. The author is a fanatical Hardy reel enthusiast and this epic work is the result of twenty years research. Beautifully designed with many closeup colour photos of the reels and associated ephemera.   
In this book John Drewett chronicles the history of the Alnwick from of Hardy Brothers from its beginning.  His short profiles on those members of the Hardy family who were involved in the business, together with information gathered from interviews from with many retired reel makers combine to provide a fascinating insight into a company which was to become England’s most illustrious manufacturer of fishing tackle.- Mint
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