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Itchen Memories by G. E. M. Skues

Itchen Memories

by G. E. M. Skues

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This is a posthumous book of notes, memories and suggestions by the great pioneer of nymph-fishing. Like all the great pioneers, he was never willing to let well alone but was always prepared to go one better. This book gives his final commentary on the views expressed in earlier books: - Minor Tactics of the Chalk Stream. Black, 1910. 3rd edition, 1950. 16s.; The Way of a Trout with a Fly. Black, 1921. 4th edition, 1949. 16s.; Side-lines, Side-lights and Reflections. Seeley Service, 1932.

(Arthur Ransome, Fishing, 1955, p. 19).
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