This very well read and much loved book gives an overview of the methods used for catching that most prised of fish, the Brown Trout, while leaning fairly heavily towards Fly Fishing, there are chapters on Spinning and Bait fishing. The chapter entitled "The Fascination of the Odd day," gives a humerous look at days on waters that are totally different to your well known haunts, where branches reeds and brambles are easier to catch than fish.
PUBLISHER..... ADAM & CHARLES BLACK, LONDON, 1941.
DUSTJACKET CONDITION..... N/A.
BOOK CONDITION...... POOR. FADED GILT ON WORN GREEN CLOTH.
HEAVY FINGERWEAR TO TOP AND BOTTOM OF SPINE, CORNERS VERY BUMPED, SPINE SHAKEN, LIGHT FOXING, PAGES DUSTSTAINED. THE PICTURES LOOK WORSE THAN THE BOOK IN HAND.
A READING COPY ONLY.
PAGE COUNT... 245 PAGES.
All books packed securely and most boxed to ensure safe arrival in the condition that they entered the Royal Mail system.
Full refund for any book not as described on return in the original packi
Always happy to combine postage on multiple items.