The Natural Trout Fly and Its Imitation
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William Potter, Liverpool.
Brown cloth boards with gilt lettering.
Cover is scuffed and frayed at edges. Hinges a little weak but intact. Endpapers are discoloured but printed pages and illustrations largely clear.
Second revised and enlarged edition, 1921.
A large volume with thick quality paper and large print. Illustrated with 17 mostly coloured plates of beautiful botanical drawings of the insects described, all with tissue guards. Also, various tables and drawings. Approx 18 x 25cm. 163pp.
Detailed descriptions of the many types of fly and other insects most effective for fly fishing. Followed by instructions for the making of various kinds of artificial flies.