Reed Wellington, 1971, 8vo, Illust, 182pp, 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.