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Fly Tying and Dressing



All-Fur Flies & How To Dress Them,

by  LAWRIE, W.H.       
ID No.: 3399
AU$49.00

Pelham Books London, 1967, 1st edn.  8vo, Illust, 162pp, D/J,  The case for the all fur fly together the dressing rationale, the materials, fly tying instructions and a list of patterns. A good reference book for all forms of fishing whether it be course fishing, fly fishing for trout and salmon, or saltwater angling from dabs to  sharks . Price clipped.   D/J sl rub. Colour frontis plate and 2 b&W plates.  Price clipped. D/J sl rub.-Very Good  

Fly Fishing in Australia and New Zealand,

by  McCAUSLAND, M.E.      
ID No.: 1088.   
AU$50.00

Lothian Publishing Melbourne., 1967 3rd edn.  8vo, Illust, 161pp. Blue cloth cover.  Contains a mass of helpful detail on casting, selection of equipment, fly tying, tactics , fishing locations and practical assistance together with some enjoyable stories. Chapters  include Calm Water Fishing, Fishing in England, Fly Casting by Roy Kirk, and Fly Fishing in New Zealand by J.M.S Galbraith. Also includes five pages of maps, four colour plates of flies and twenty eight pages of photographs of fish and fishing spots in Australia and New Zealand. Cover sl stained. – Fine.  

The Worlds Best Trout Flies,  

by  ROBERTS, John (ed.).  
ID No.: 1931
AU$40.00

Boxtree Ltd  London, 1994, 8vo Illust 182pp.  D/J.   This is a guide to what makes a successful trout-fly, with details of 180 of the most successful trout and grayling flies from 18 different countries with contributions from 30 of the world's best-known fishers and fly-tyers, including Schweibert, Whitlock, Carnill, Espersen, Martin, Entwhistle and Harrop, have each selected their six most successful patterns - those they would keep if all others were lost. 

The book reveals why each pattern deserves to be chosen, and sometimes includes the evolution of the fly's design. Advice on why and when to fish each pattern, and full tying instructions, are also given. Includes seven pages by Rob Sloane. The text of this book is only half the story: the other half is the flies themselves and their illustrations. Colour illustrations of each fly by Aideen Canning and has many colour photographs. Price clipped. -Fine                                                                                                

A Further Guide to Fly Dressing

by  VENIARD, John.  
ID No.: 1729.   
AU$50.00

A&C Black London, 1964  1st Edn, 4to, Illust, 250pp, D/J in slipcase, Nine colour plates and four black and white plates. Complementary to Fly Dressers Guide by the author with sections on fly tying problems and their answers, fluorescent materials, tube flies and flies patterns from around the world. Not just another general instructional book on fly tying but has been produced in an effort to keep all interested fly tyers up to date with modern patterns and procedures. Previous owners name on fep, - Fine 

Tying & Fishing Terrestrials,

by ALMY, Gerald.
ID No.: 33
AU$30.00

Stackpole Books   Harrisburg, 1978, 8vo, Illust, 238pp, D/J is sl. rubbed.  Introduction by Charles K Fox.  Discusses stream strategy and the tying of terrestrials including ants, sawflies, bees, wasps, beetles, grasshoppers, crickets, roaches, caterpillars, butterflies, moths, leafhoppers, cicadas and other minor terrestrials.   Very Good.     

Tying & Fishing Terrestrials

by ALMY, Gerald.
ID No.: 32
AU$45.00

Stackpole Books Harrisburg, 1978, 8vo, Illust, 238pp, D/J is sl. rubbed. Introduction by Charles K Fox,   Discusses stream strategy and the tying of terrestrials including ants, sawflies, bees, wasps, beetles, grasshoppers, crickets, roaches, caterpillars, butterflies, moths, leafhoppers, cicadas and other minor terrestrials. - Very Fine.

Mayflies the Angler and the Trout

by ARBONA, Fred Jnr.
ID No.: 44
AU$55.00

Winchester Press Tulsa, 1980, 4to, Illust, 188pp, D/J (torn), Introduction by Ernest Schweibert. Forward by Carl Richards and Fly tying instructions by Mike Lawson. A complete treatise for the fly fisherman of original material on identifying, imitating and fishing the mayfly hatches by a fisherman who is also an entomologist. - Very Good

Fishing Flies

by ATKINSON, Robert.
ID No.: 1104
AU$30.00

H.C.Blossom London, 1991, 4to,  Illust, 122pp, D/J,   An illustrated album. The introduction provides a concise history of the ancient craft of fly tying.   The rest of the book presents full colour photographs of a wide range of dry, wet, nymph ,lures, rare feathers, patterns with explanatory text, special illustrated feature pages, and evocative location photographs. Very Fine.  

 

Which Fly Do I Use

by BANASCH, Darren.
ID No.: 2451
AU$20.00

Amato Publications Portland. 8vo. Illust. 48pp. Soft Cover. A guide to selecting the right fly to catch trout. With thousands of fly patterns available to them the angler must the select the one that will attract the attention of the fish. - .

Streamer Fly Tying and Fishing.

by BATES, Joseph . D.
ID No.: 4005
AU$50.00

Stackpole Books  Mechanicsville, 1995 revised and expanded ed.,  8vo. Illust. 395pp, D/J,  This  edition of the complete text and colour plates of the 1950 original publication makes available  additional colour plates,  artwork, history and notes   and more than three hundred fly patterns  of streamers and bucktails patterns.  Includes detailed discussion of tackle  and techniques and why fish take streamers.  Foreword by  Keith Fulsher –Mint.    

All-Fur Flies & How To Dress Them,

by  LAWRIE, W.H.       
ID No.: 3399
AU$49.00

Pelham Books London, 1967, 1st edn.  8vo, Illust, 162pp, D/J,  The case for the all fur fly together the dressing rationale, the materials, fly tying instructions and a list of patterns. A good reference book for all forms of fishing whether it be course fishing, fly fishing for trout and salmon, or saltwater angling from dabs to  sharks . Price clipped.   D/J sl rub. Colour frontis plate and 2 b&W plates.  Price clipped. D/J sl rub.-Very Good  

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