The Driffield angler, in two parts : containing descriptions of the different kinds of fresh water fish, and the best methods for taking them in rivers, lakes, and fish ponds
With full directions for baits, and the manner of making artificial flies for every month in the season. To which are added instructions for shooting : with rules for breeding, breaking, and management of Pointers and Spaniels, and the choice of guns for game and wild fowl. With a description of the The Forest Blair, in …
Illustrated by coloured representations of the natural and artificial insect. And accompanied by a few observations and instructions relative to trout and grayling. London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1844. Third edition. Octavo, cloth boards with gilt lettering and decoration in blind (rubbed), pages uncut and some unopened, pp x-115-32; illustrated with twenty colour …
Melbourne : Keith Winser, 1959. Ninth edition. Royal octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp 114. With articles on a wide variety of outdoor pursuits, illustrated with diagrams, drawings, and maps throughout.
Edinburgh : A & C Black, 1871. First edition. Octavo, paper wrappers, front wrapper loose and rear wrapper detached, paper loss on spine, mild foxing; pp iv – 56. Published in reaction to a very similarly titled angling guide by Harry Cholmondeley-Pennell. The two books, whilst sharing similarly worded titles, differed greatly in approach to angling. Pennell …
Melbourne : Robertson & Mullens, 1935. Second edition. Octavo, illustrated stiff wrappers inscribed by author Evelyn Temple Emmett, date in ink on title page, pp 86.
The secrets of angling: teaching the choicest tools, baits, and seasons, for the taking of any fish in pond or river
Edinburgh : Privately printed, 1885. Three books in two volumes. Octavo, printed parchment wrappers (occasional rubbing, minor chipping to spine), uncut and mostly unopened, pp 44, 64. A private press edition limited to 350 copies, this being a copy of the 275 small paper examples. Initially this poem was attributed to John Davours; its author …
[Fly Fishers' Club]
London : [s.n], 1908. Octavo, stiff wrappers with photograph of Lord Montagu Norman, ribbon ties, marked along spine, [pp 12]. The programme for a sumptuous annual dinner for the Fly Fishers’ Club held at the Hotel Metropole. Includes menu and wine list, with vintages served such as 1900 Krug, 1898 Louis Roederer, and 1893 Bollinger.
New York : Marchbanks Press, [c.1900]. Octavo, paper wrappers, staple bound (some rust marks), [pp 7]. A trade catalogue for flies and other fishing equipment, with an article on Hewitt’s Trout Feed.
London : W Kent, 1861. Octavo, cloth boards with decorations in blind (minor sunning), pp [vi]-174. A charming and detailed guide to the Derbyshire region, with emphasis given to fishing and game sport, as well as a proposed railway in the area. Westwood and Satchell, p. 1.
MARTIN, Rev. James
Containing every instruction necessary to make all who may feel disposed to try their skill masters of the art. With a minute description of tackle, baits, times, seasons, fish, and method of cooking them, and all the places for angling within twenty miles of London. The whole forming a compendious manual for every angler. To …
London : John T. Norman, 1879. First edition. Octavo, brown cloth, lettered in gilt, decorated in black and blind, remains of spine label on edge of both boards, bookseller stamp on title page, errata tipped in at title page, pp iv-90. Illustrated with two mounted albumen photographs, and 4 lithographic plates. ‘A successful Cheltenham tackle dealer, …
Webster, H.T.; Zern, Ed
Or, how to tell a fish from fishermen. New York : Appleton-Century, 1945. First edition. Octavo, cloth boards with yellow lettering and fish motif, pp viii-88. A collection of H.T. Webster’s fishing cartoons with accompanying text by Ed Zern; a fine copy.
"The Amateur Angler" [pseud. of E. Marston]
London : Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, 1887. Octavo, green pictorial limp boards, pp x-136; a fine copy. Bushell, p.70.
BROOKE, Major General Geoffrey
London : Seeley & Service, [c.1954]. Octavo, cloth boards in pictorial jacket; stitching starting to loosen; 31 pp; illustrated with seven line-drawings by R.P. Needham; a good copy.
London : A & C. Black, 1924. Octavo, cloth boards lettered in black (rubbed), with 2 owners’ bookplates and one ownership label, and inscription on preliminaries; pp 136; scattered foxing. From the library of prominent angling bibliophile Jock Grey.
London : Adam and Charles Black, 1950. Octavo, cloth boards with dust jacket; pp 127; illustrated with three photographic plates and numerous line-drawings in the text; a very good copy. With practical tips, recipes and dressings.