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The Roof of Tasmania

AU$300.00
By: JETSON, Tim.
ID No.: 3474

Perlion Press Launceston 1998. 8vo Illust. 174p. Card cover.  The history of the Central Platean of Tasmania. Foreword by Dr L.L.Robson.  ‘A most sympathetic analysis and description’….Foreword. Jetson details the history of fishing on the plateau and includes a section on the Shannon Rise and fishing The Great Lake and Sandy Lake. -Very Good  

The Roof of Tasmania

AU$300.00
ID No.: 3474

Perlion Press Launceston 1998. 8vo Illust. 174p. Card cover.  The history of the Central Platean of Tasmania. Foreword by Dr L.L.Robson.  ‘A most sympathetic analysis and description’….Foreword. Jetson details the history of fishing on the plateau and includes a section on the Shannon Rise and fishing The Great Lake and Sandy Lake. -Very Good  

The Works of... VolV Glaucus

AU$45.00
By: KINGSLEY, Charles.
ID No.: 926
MacMillan & Co. London 1887, 12mo Illust with wood engravings and full page colour plates, 245p + adverts, Blue cloth cover, The wonders of the shore. sl foxing - Very Good

The Works of... VolV Glaucus

AU$45.00
ID No.: 926
MacMillan & Co. London 1887, 12mo Illust with wood engravings and full page colour plates, 245p + adverts, Blue cloth cover, The wonders of the shore. sl foxing - Very Good

Nymph Fishing in Practice

AU$55.00
By: KITE, Oliver.
ID No.: 928
 

Herbert Jenkins   London 1969 reprint.  8vo Illust. 191p.  Blue cloth cover  After an extensive study of natural nymphs, their histories, habits and behaviour the author sets out to relate this knowledge to the tactical handling of the simple type of natural nymph. He carefully avoids didactics and imparts his knowledge with clarity and good humour. A real classic of chalkstream fishing for trout and grayling. Kite took the methods and ideas of Skues and Sawyer, explaining them in a lucid and popular way. He was a neighbour of Sawyer, who was a river-keeper on the Hampshire Avon, and spent two years learning the subject from him. In the first edition he acknowledges Sawyer as his mentor, but this acknowledgement was expunged from later editions. The 1969 reprint is often referred to as "the ungrateful edition" because of this omission.    Author contributed weekly articles to The Shooting Times  –Fine                      

Nymph Fishing in Practice

AU$55.00
ID No.: 928
 

Herbert Jenkins   London 1969 reprint.  8vo Illust. 191p.  Blue cloth cover  After an extensive study of natural nymphs, their histories, habits and behaviour the author sets out to relate this knowledge to the tactical handling of the simple type of natural nymph. He carefully avoids didactics and imparts his knowledge with clarity and good humour. A real classic of chalkstream fishing for trout and grayling. Kite took the methods and ideas of Skues and Sawyer, explaining them in a lucid and popular way. He was a neighbour of Sawyer, who was a river-keeper on the Hampshire Avon, and spent two years learning the subject from him. In the first edition he acknowledges Sawyer as his mentor, but this acknowledgement was expunged from later editions. The 1969 reprint is often referred to as "the ungrateful edition" because of this omission.    Author contributed weekly articles to The Shooting Times  –Fine                      

Nymph Fishing in Practice

AU$45.00
By: KITE, Oliver.
ID No.: 3091

Swan Press  Shrewsbury 2000 reprint, 8vo Illust 208p. D/J. After an extensive study of natural nymphs, their histories, habits and behaviour the author sets out to relate this knowledge to the tactical handling of the simple type of natural nymph. He carefully avoids didactics and imparts his knowledge with clarity and good humour. A real classic of chalkstream fishing for trout and grayling. Kite took the methods and ideas of Skues and Sawyer, expaining them in a lucid and popular way. He was a neighbour of Sawyer, who was a river-keeper on the Hampshire Avon, and spent two years learning the subject from him. In the first edition he acknowledges Sawyer as his mentor, but this acknowledgement was expunged from later editions.  Author contributed weekly articles to The Shooting Times   –Very Fine

Nymph Fishing in Practice

AU$45.00
ID No.: 3091

Swan Press  Shrewsbury 2000 reprint, 8vo Illust 208p. D/J. After an extensive study of natural nymphs, their histories, habits and behaviour the author sets out to relate this knowledge to the tactical handling of the simple type of natural nymph. He carefully avoids didactics and imparts his knowledge with clarity and good humour. A real classic of chalkstream fishing for trout and grayling. Kite took the methods and ideas of Skues and Sawyer, expaining them in a lucid and popular way. He was a neighbour of Sawyer, who was a river-keeper on the Hampshire Avon, and spent two years learning the subject from him. In the first edition he acknowledges Sawyer as his mentor, but this acknowledgement was expunged from later editions.  Author contributed weekly articles to The Shooting Times   –Very Fine

The Treasury of Angling,

AU$50.00
By: KOLLER, Larry.
ID No.: 938.
Golden Press London 1963, 4to Illust 252p D/J. History and developments in freshwater game and coarse fishing in UK, Ireland, Europe and North America. Nicely presented with hundreds of illustrations in colour and b/w by George Silk and Michael Pritchard.  P/C. Small tear to cover     Fine  

The Treasury of Angling,

AU$50.00
ID No.: 938.
Golden Press London 1963, 4to Illust 252p D/J. History and developments in freshwater game and coarse fishing in UK, Ireland, Europe and North America. Nicely presented with hundreds of illustrations in colour and b/w by George Silk and Michael Pritchard.  P/C. Small tear to cover     Fine  

The Treasury of Angling

AU$35.00
By: KOLLER, Larry.
ID No.: 940
Paul Hamlyn London 1966, 4to Illust 252p D/J. History and developments in freshwater game and coarse fishing in UK, Ireland, Europe and North America. Nicely presented with hundreds of illustrations in colour and b/w by George Silk and Michael Pritchard. - Fine -

The Treasury of Angling

AU$35.00
ID No.: 940
Paul Hamlyn London 1966, 4to Illust 252p D/J. History and developments in freshwater game and coarse fishing in UK, Ireland, Europe and North America. Nicely presented with hundreds of illustrations in colour and b/w by George Silk and Michael Pritchard. - Fine -

The Treasury of Angling

AU$30.00
By: KOLLER, Larry.
ID No.: 1973
Paul Hamlyn London 1966, 4to Illust 252p D/J. History and developments in freshwater game and coarse fishing in UK, Ireland, Europe and North America. Nicely presented with hundreds of illustrations in colour and b/w by George Silk and Michael Pritchard. Tape marks - Very Good

The Treasury of Angling

AU$30.00
ID No.: 1973
Paul Hamlyn London 1966, 4to Illust 252p D/J. History and developments in freshwater game and coarse fishing in UK, Ireland, Europe and North America. Nicely presented with hundreds of illustrations in colour and b/w by George Silk and Michael Pritchard. Tape marks - Very Good

The Treasury of Angling

AU$50.00
By: KOLLER, Larry.
ID No.: 2033
Ridge Press  New York 1963, 4to Illust 252p cloth cover. History and developments in freshwater game and coarse fishing in UK, Ireland, Europe and North America. Nicely presented with hundreds of illustrations in colour and b/w by George Silk and Michael Pritchard. - Fine

The Treasury of Angling

AU$50.00
ID No.: 2033
Ridge Press  New York 1963, 4to Illust 252p cloth cover. History and developments in freshwater game and coarse fishing in UK, Ireland, Europe and North America. Nicely presented with hundreds of illustrations in colour and b/w by George Silk and Michael Pritchard. - Fine

The Treasury of Angling

AU$35.00
By: KOLLER, Larry.
ID No.: 939
Golden Press London 1963, 4to Illust 252p. History and developments in freshwater game and coarse fishing in UK, Ireland, Europe and North America. Nicely presented with hundreds of illustrations in colour and b/w by George Silk and Michael Pritchard. - Fine

The Treasury of Angling

AU$35.00
ID No.: 939
Golden Press London 1963, 4to Illust 252p. History and developments in freshwater game and coarse fishing in UK, Ireland, Europe and North America. Nicely presented with hundreds of illustrations in colour and b/w by George Silk and Michael Pritchard. - Fine

The Last Fish Tale

AU$25.00
By: KURLANSKY, Mark
ID No.: 2876.
 Jonathon Cape London 2008  8vo Illust 268p. Soft Cover. The fate of the Atlantic and our disappearing fisheries.  A story of survival in Gloucester, America's oldest fishing port and most original town.    From the time of early European settlement Gloucester became the most productive fishery in New England, with its rich supply of cod and halibut. However the threat of over-fishing, combined with climate change and pollution, is endangering this established way of life.  A story  rich in history, with colourful anecdotes, and entertaining  characters,  from the pen of the New York Times bestselling author of Salt and Cod.   -Very Good    

The Last Fish Tale

AU$25.00
ID No.: 2876.
 Jonathon Cape London 2008  8vo Illust 268p. Soft Cover. The fate of the Atlantic and our disappearing fisheries.  A story of survival in Gloucester, America's oldest fishing port and most original town.    From the time of early European settlement Gloucester became the most productive fishery in New England, with its rich supply of cod and halibut. However the threat of over-fishing, combined with climate change and pollution, is endangering this established way of life.  A story  rich in history, with colourful anecdotes, and entertaining  characters,  from the pen of the New York Times bestselling author of Salt and Cod.   -Very Good    
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