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Ministry of Conservation Melbourne, 1983, 8vo, Illust, 249pp, softcover. Contents include the inland waters, mans impact on native freshwater fish, collecting, keeping photographing, parasites, structure, classification and a description of native and introduces fish in Victoria. - Fine

Australian Nature Conservation Agency Canberra  1996. 4to The title says it all. The report provides good material for future research and planning for freshwater fisheries management in an area that has been little studied. Up till now the impact has been assumed not verified. This report helps to quantify that information.  – Fine    

The Wellfleet Press  New Jersey. 1989,  1st edn. 4to, Illust.  142pp. D/J. Fish of North America.  Includes Bass, Catfish, Grayling, Panfish. Perch, Pike, Salmon, Sahd, Sheefish and Trout by the editor of Rod & Reel magazine. Supported by many colour photographs. Provides a list of world records. – Fine                              

Wellfleet Press   New Jersey.  1990. Folio, Illust. 228pp.  D/J.  A discussion of the trout and salmon and a comparison of the species.  It also looks at the similarities and differences of the the fish from different parts of the world.  Well supported by many colour photographs which would be a assistance to artists and photographers in the execution of their art.  -Very Fine  

St Martins Press  New York. 1993.  4to. Colour paintings and b/w illustrations 143pp. D/J.  A natural history of the trout and its world that leads us through the trouts yearly cycle in a enchanting and richly detailed journal of a trout fisherman. Introduces the flora and fauna of the trouts world. A handsome book with lovely illustrations.  –Mint                                                                                                   

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Comparahatch Ltd  New Jersey  1986 Edn.. 4to. Illust.  335pp . D/J.  Introductions by Art Flick and Gary La Fontaine. The ten year update to Hatches reflects the revisions and changes in the ever growing fiels on entomology.   It is the most complete book on the subject of mayflies and their identificatuon, development biology, tactics, presentation and imitation.  Also includes discussions on trout relationships, stream and lab research, photomacrography and fly tying instructions,   " This classic guide to fishing the hatches of North American trout streams is truly a treasure for fly fishermen of all skills” –The International Angler.   Covered with clear removable mylar cover.   Small 1” tear to D/J.  Price clipped.   -Fine   

Crowood Press. Ramsbury, Marlborough. 2004 1st edition. 8vo Illust. 176p. D/J. Foreword by the Duke of Devonshire.  The book depicts a detailed and accurate  representation of the full range of waterside plants and insects likely to be of interest to the fisherman.  It is based on the authors drawings  and forty five colour plates, the book aims to help the angler identify the insects that are active on the bankside. Also includes seventy excellent colour plates of natural and artificial flies, mostly of interest to the river fisherman including detail of their dressing.  A separate section illustrates and describes the life cycle and appearance of the major aquatic insects.- Mint

Periwinkle Press Sydney 1966 3rd edn 12mo Illust 97p D/J - Very Good soft cover 12mo Illust 109p. An introduction to the fascinating world of Australian insect life covering most of the species providing natural fish food. D/J worn edges o/w - Very Good

Cheshire Lansdowne Press   Sydney 1968 revision.  soft cover 12mo Illust 109p.  An introduction to the fascinating world of Australian insect life covering most of the species providing natural fish food.  Defines  an insect and how they live. Then discusses wingless and winged insects and beetles.  Provides an index of common and scientific names and a list of recommended reading. Many drawings and colour photographs.

Cheshire and Lansdowne Press Melbourne 1968, 12mo Illust 99p, soft cover An introduction to the fascinating world of  life in ponds and streams including ecology, plant life and most of the species providing natural fish food.- Fine 

Ministry of Conservation Melbourne, 1983, 8vo, Illust, 249pp, softcover. Contents include the inland waters, mans impact on native freshwater fish, collecting, keeping photographing, parasites, structure, classification and a description of native and introduces fish in Victoria. - Fine

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