Series: Fly fisherman's gold

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Fly Fisherman's Gold : The Idyl of the Split Bamboo : Volume I A Carefully Detailed Description of the Rod's Building Prefaced be a Dissertation on the Joy of Angling by George Parker Holden1
A book of angling by Francis Francis3
The book of the fly-rod by H. T. Sheringham4
Fly Fishermans's Gold: The American Angler's Guide Volume V by John J. Brown5
The Flyfisher and the Trout's Point of View : New Light on Flyfishing Theory and Practice by E. W. Harding7
Fly Fisherman's Gold: Pleasure of Angling Volume VIII by George Dawson8
The Art of Fly Making by William Blacker10
Fly Fisherman's Gold: Fly-Rods and Fly-Tackle Volume XII by Henry P. Wells (1994). by Henry P. Wells12
The Speckled Brook Trout by Louis Rhead13
Travel and trout in the antipodes : an angler's sketches in Tasmania and New Zealand by William Senior17
Trout Fishing and Sport in Maoriland (Leatherette) by G. D. Hamilton18
The American Angler's Book: Embracing the Natural History of Sporting Fish, and the Art of Taking Them by Thaddeus Norris20
Fly-Fishing: Some New Arts and Mysteries by J. C. Mottram21
With Fly, Plug, and Bait by Ray Bergman24

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