A very detailed and comprehensive guide to the tying of fishing flies for the leisure angler.
A lavishly illustrated narrative of the authors twin passions of art and angling.
A natural history and description of the river Avon and its tributaries, written by the head keeper of the Officer's Fishing Association at Netheravon.
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.
The Record Changer, the American Magazine of Jazz, was a small independent and progressive monthly publication. Noted for it's vivid cover art.
A practical guide to fishing the Scottish Lochs.
A very detailed history and guide to the making of fishing flies for trout.
A compilation of essays, sketches and verse on all aspects of fishing by over 80 contributers. These include Isaak Walton, Arthur Ransome, Thoreau and many others.
Amusing sporting tales of the (mis)adventures of Mr. Sponge and a large cast of characters.
PHOTOSPhotos can be provided to clarify the condition of a book before it is posted—contact the shop if this is something you require. PUBLISHERGame & Gun Ltd, London. BINDINGBurgundy cloth boards with gilt lettering. BOOK CONDITIONGood, just a little shelf wear to boards. Printed pages clean and unmarked.
Comprehensive practical advice on topics from making flys for fishing to the control of vermin, and an appendix on diseases of dogs.
Charming accounts of the authors experiences fishing around the British Isles.
The full title is," A Topographical Account of The Hundred of Bosmere in the County of Southampton, Including the Parishes of Havant, Warblington, and Hayling." A detailed history of the area around Hayling Island, including notable buildings and natural history.
A comprehensive history of The Honourable Artillery Company during the second world war.
A most fascinating snapshot in time of the extent of London over 150 years ago.
Written by two now neglected contemporaries of Dickens, this tale is full of authentic details of Portsmouth in the 1840's and 50's.
An imaginary tale of what would happen if Christ and His Disciples returned to live on earth in the author's own generation.
From St Gegory the Great to St Leo III, and covering the period of the emergence of Islam.
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