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Trout

AU$350.00
By: SCHWIEBERT, Ernest.
ID No.: 3744.

Andre Deutsch  Ltd. London,  1978, 1st UK edition, Two volumes, 4to,  Illust,   Vol 1: 1-178p.  Vol 2:  879 to1745p.  Brown cloth.  Colour plates & b/w illustrations by author, bibliography. Vol 1  includes  books (chapters)  on The evolution of flyfishing; American species of trout and grayling; Physiology, habitat and behaviour and  The tools of the trade; Vol 2 includes books on More of the Tools of the Trade, Casting, wading and other primary skills; Trout strategies, techniques and tactics. Observations on the Modern Fly Rod, Includes a 239-page section on rods and rod-building. Internals are in as new condition. Very good slipcase Spine slight faded. -Overall Fine   

 

 

 

Trout

AU$350.00
ID No.: 3744.

Andre Deutsch  Ltd. London,  1978, 1st UK edition, Two volumes, 4to,  Illust,   Vol 1: 1-178p.  Vol 2:  879 to1745p.  Brown cloth.  Colour plates & b/w illustrations by author, bibliography. Vol 1  includes  books (chapters)  on The evolution of flyfishing; American species of trout and grayling; Physiology, habitat and behaviour and  The tools of the trade; Vol 2 includes books on More of the Tools of the Trade, Casting, wading and other primary skills; Trout strategies, techniques and tactics. Observations on the Modern Fly Rod, Includes a 239-page section on rods and rod-building. Internals are in as new condition. Very good slipcase Spine slight faded. -Overall Fine   

 

 

 

How, When and Where to Catch Fish

AU$150.00
By: SCOTT, Jack.
ID No.: 3408

T O’Hallorn Sydney  N.D. (1917) 12mo Illust 79pp. Soft cover. A very scarce early book on fishing around Sydney.  Mainly on saltwater fishing but includes a small section on freshwater.  Covers the popular species available with sections on casting, knots, legal sizes of fish, beach, rock and big game fishing. Illustrated by fourteen diagrams of popular fish. The book is quite fragile, the pages are browned the spine is starting to break up but this wonderful book is a gem for the collector. -Fair         

How, When and Where to Catch Fish

AU$150.00
ID No.: 3408

T O’Hallorn Sydney  N.D. (1917) 12mo Illust 79pp. Soft cover. A very scarce early book on fishing around Sydney.  Mainly on saltwater fishing but includes a small section on freshwater.  Covers the popular species available with sections on casting, knots, legal sizes of fish, beach, rock and big game fishing. Illustrated by fourteen diagrams of popular fish. The book is quite fragile, the pages are browned the spine is starting to break up but this wonderful book is a gem for the collector. -Fair         

Fly Rod Trouting

AU$35.00
By: SHENK, Ed.
ID No.: 1520
Stackpole Books Harrisburg, 1989, 8vo, Illust, 187pp,  D/J, Foreword by Charlie Fox. Stories, techniques, tactics, flies, and the Legend of Old George.'What Ed Shenk has written in these pages is a lifetime of experience, hard work, and the wisdom of one hell of a dry fisherman. Ed is one of the best in the country' says Joe Humphries in his introduction to the book.- Fine

Fly Rod Trouting

AU$35.00
ID No.: 1520
Stackpole Books Harrisburg, 1989, 8vo, Illust, 187pp,  D/J, Foreword by Charlie Fox. Stories, techniques, tactics, flies, and the Legend of Old George.'What Ed Shenk has written in these pages is a lifetime of experience, hard work, and the wisdom of one hell of a dry fisherman. Ed is one of the best in the country' says Joe Humphries in his introduction to the book.- Fine

Fishing in the Central South Island

AU$25.00
By: SHUTT, Peter
ID No.: 1528
Privately published Timaru New Zealand, [1983], 8vo, illust, 48pp, soft cover. Casting, productive fishing periods, knots, details of fishing rivers and lake sites - Fine

Fishing in the Central South Island

AU$25.00
ID No.: 1528
Privately published Timaru New Zealand, [1983], 8vo, illust, 48pp, soft cover. Casting, productive fishing periods, knots, details of fishing rivers and lake sites - Fine

Gone Fishin'.

AU$35.00
By: SINCLAIR, Graeme.
ID No.: 3314
Halcyon Press Auckland, 2000 reprint. 8vo, Illust. 218pp. Soft Cover.  From the host of the popular NZ TV program Gone Fishin'. Sinclair talks about making the program and tells of saltwater fishing secrets & tips gathered along the way and about the people he meets. Many photos and illustrations. - Fine

Gone Fishin'.

AU$35.00
ID No.: 3314
Halcyon Press Auckland, 2000 reprint. 8vo, Illust. 218pp. Soft Cover.  From the host of the popular NZ TV program Gone Fishin'. Sinclair talks about making the program and tells of saltwater fishing secrets & tips gathered along the way and about the people he meets. Many photos and illustrations. - Fine

Nymph Fishing for Chalk Stream Trout and Minor Tactics on the Chalk Stream

AU$50.00
By: SKUES, G.E.M.
ID No.: 1536.

A & C Black  London, 1974 reprint,  8vo,  244pp. D/J,   Nymph Fishingfor Chalk Streams makes a detailed case for the employment of the artificial nymph in the capture of the sub-aqueous feeding trout. Minor Tactics on the Trout Stream makes the case for the use of the wet fly and the nymph in the capture of chalk stream trout.  - fine.                                         

Nymph Fishing for Chalk Stream Trout and Minor Tactics on the Chalk Stream

AU$50.00
ID No.: 1536.

A & C Black  London, 1974 reprint,  8vo,  244pp. D/J,   Nymph Fishingfor Chalk Streams makes a detailed case for the employment of the artificial nymph in the capture of the sub-aqueous feeding trout. Minor Tactics on the Trout Stream makes the case for the use of the wet fly and the nymph in the capture of chalk stream trout.  - fine.                                         

Minor Tactics of the Chalk Stream

AU$155.00
By: SKUES, G.E.M.
ID No.: 1540
A.& C. Black London 1910. 1st. Edn.  8vo. Illust. 133p + adverts. Green cloth cover with gilt title.  Makes the case for the use of the wet fly and the nymph in the capture of chalk stream trout  at a time when the fishing fraternity were embroiled in a heated and emotional  "wet versus dry” argument. Some foxing to prelims.  Front plate detached.  Sl rubbing to edges.    Good

Minor Tactics of the Chalk Stream

AU$155.00
ID No.: 1540
A.& C. Black London 1910. 1st. Edn.  8vo. Illust. 133p + adverts. Green cloth cover with gilt title.  Makes the case for the use of the wet fly and the nymph in the capture of chalk stream trout  at a time when the fishing fraternity were embroiled in a heated and emotional  "wet versus dry” argument. Some foxing to prelims.  Front plate detached.  Sl rubbing to edges.    Good

Minor Tactics of the Chalk Stream

AU$155.00
By: SKUES, G.E.M.
ID No.: 1543
A.& C. Black London. 1924 3rd edn. 8vo. Illust. 133pp. + adverts. Green cloth cover with gilt title. Skues, a barrister, makes the case for the use of the wet fly and the nymph in the capture of chalk stream trout  at a time when the fishing fraternity were embroiled in a "wet versus dry” argument. Spine loose. Cover has some stains (Milk?)  and insect damage. - Good

Minor Tactics of the Chalk Stream

AU$155.00
ID No.: 1543
A.& C. Black London. 1924 3rd edn. 8vo. Illust. 133pp. + adverts. Green cloth cover with gilt title. Skues, a barrister, makes the case for the use of the wet fly and the nymph in the capture of chalk stream trout  at a time when the fishing fraternity were embroiled in a "wet versus dry” argument. Spine loose. Cover has some stains (Milk?)  and insect damage. - Good

FlyLife: Australia and New Zealand No 13

AU$100.00
By: SLOANE Rob (ED)
ID No.: 3212
Richmond  Tasmania   Spring  1998  4to.  Illust.  88p. Published quarterly since 1995,   A quality popular  quarterly magazine on freshwater and saltwater fly-fishing in Australia and New Zealand .   FlyLife has earned a reputation as one of the world's leading fly fishing magazines.   It is highly collectable and widely acclaimed,   Each magazine  contains  fly fishing information for all anglers.  Each issue is packed with feature articles, regular columns, short stories, fly-tying, techniques, locations and tackle, all complemented by outstanding photography. Many of the earlier copies are in high demand.  Contributions by Rob Sloane, Bruce Smith, Brett Wolf, Kaj Busch, Ian Miller, Peter Morse, Mark Cloutier, Phillip Weigall and Peter Leuver. –Very Fine 

FlyLife: Australia and New Zealand No 13

AU$100.00
ID No.: 3212
Richmond  Tasmania   Spring  1998  4to.  Illust.  88p. Published quarterly since 1995,   A quality popular  quarterly magazine on freshwater and saltwater fly-fishing in Australia and New Zealand .   FlyLife has earned a reputation as one of the world's leading fly fishing magazines.   It is highly collectable and widely acclaimed,   Each magazine  contains  fly fishing information for all anglers.  Each issue is packed with feature articles, regular columns, short stories, fly-tying, techniques, locations and tackle, all complemented by outstanding photography. Many of the earlier copies are in high demand.  Contributions by Rob Sloane, Bruce Smith, Brett Wolf, Kaj Busch, Ian Miller, Peter Morse, Mark Cloutier, Phillip Weigall and Peter Leuver. –Very Fine 

FlyLife Australia and New Zealand

AU$600.00
By: SLOANE Rob (Ed)
ID No.: 3351
Richmond  Tasmania 4to.  Illust    Edited by Rob Sloane. Published quarterly since 1995,   A collection of  the first 63 editions of this popular quality quarterly magazine on freshwater and saltwater fly-fishing in Australia and New Zealand .   FlyLife has earned a reputation as one of the world's leading fly fishing magazines.   It is highly collectable and widely acclaimed.   Each magazine  is 88 pages of fly fishing information for all anglers. Each issue is packed with feature articles, regular columns, short stories, fly-tying, techniques, locations and tackle, all complemented by outstanding photography. Many of the earlier copies are in high demand. –Very Fine    

FlyLife Australia and New Zealand

AU$600.00
ID No.: 3351
Richmond  Tasmania 4to.  Illust    Edited by Rob Sloane. Published quarterly since 1995,   A collection of  the first 63 editions of this popular quality quarterly magazine on freshwater and saltwater fly-fishing in Australia and New Zealand .   FlyLife has earned a reputation as one of the world's leading fly fishing magazines.   It is highly collectable and widely acclaimed.   Each magazine  is 88 pages of fly fishing information for all anglers. Each issue is packed with feature articles, regular columns, short stories, fly-tying, techniques, locations and tackle, all complemented by outstanding photography. Many of the earlier copies are in high demand. –Very Fine    
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