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Series: How to catch them

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Barbel : how to catch them by Donald Stones
Brook trout : how to catch them by L. Baverstock
Carp How to Catch Them by D. L. Steuart
Fishing in ponds : theory and practice by David Marlborough
The fixed spool reel : how to use it by Peter Tombleson
Flatfish : how to catch them by Seangler.
Grey mullet : how to catch them by Alan Mitchell
Match fishing : theory and practice by Ken Smith
Reservoir and gravel pit trout : how to catch them by W. T. Sargeaunt
Rods : how to make them by J. B. Walker
Rudd : how to catch them by J.G. Roberts
Salmon : how to catch them by Coombe Richards
Sea fishing baits : how to find & use them by Alan Young
Sea trout : how to catch them by F. W. Holiday
Small fry : how to catch them by Kenneth Mansfield
Specimen fish : how to catch them by Peter Stone
Trout flies : natural and artificial by C. F. Walker
Bream : how to catch them by Peter Tombleson1954
Chub : how to catch them by Michael Shepherd1954
Perch : how to catch them by Kenneth Mansfield1954
Pike : how to catch them by Al Ward1954
Roach : how to catch them by L. A. Parker1954
Tench : how to catch them by Harry Bretherton1954
Bass : how to catch them by Alan Young1955
Trout : how to catch them by W.A. Adamson1955
Artificial flies : how to tie them by L. Vernon Bates1956
Grayling : how to catch them by H. G. C. Claypoole1957
Coarse fishing baits : their preparation and use by Frank Oates1958
Dace : how to catch them by William J. Howes1958
Eels : how to catch them by Raymond Perrett1958
Fly-fishing for coarse fish : theory & technique by W. J. Howes1959
Pollack and coalfish : how to catch them by Ken Nicholas1960
Rainbow trout : how to catch them by W. T. Sargeaunt1960
Spoons, spinners and plugs : how to make them by L. Vernon Bates1960
River fly-fishing : theory and practice by L. Baverstock1961
Tope : how to catch them by Bruce McMillen1961
Loch-fishing : theory and practice by R. C. Bridgett1962
Mackerel : how to catch them by John R. Fethney1963
Gravel-pit coarse fishing : theory and practice by A. E. B. Johnson1964
Sea angling for beginners by Alan Young1965
Elements of nymph fishing : theory and practice by Oliver Kite1966
Cod : how to catch them by Winston Hall1969

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"Each of these very popular handy sized books is exclusively devoted to the catching of the fish named in the title. Written by expert specialists, these books are uniformly produced, fully bound with full colour jackets and together comprise a complete library of angling literature." (back of d/w)

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