Matching Results: Vintage Fishing Books
This lovely little hardback, packed with line drawings and photographs of vintage angling action, dates from 1966 (this copy is a 1970 reprint). In two parts, as the title suggests, there is sure to be something of interest to every coarse or game angler. The copy is lovely and clean (price has been clipped from […]
Second edition paperback (1987) of this well respected book on advanced fishing technique and species specific baits and tackle. Book is in very good condition throughout. As always we will try and combine postage on items wherever possible – refunding any excess on receipt of your order.
With sections on tackle, bait, techniques and the major fish species of the British Isles this is a great introductory book. In good condition, the book has a dedication inscription inside the front cover. As always we will try and combine postage on items wherever possible – refunding any excess on receipt of your order.
This sumptuously illustrated (both with photos and McPhail’s peerless artwork) large format hard back accompanied the series of the same name in which Bowler et al set off to catch specimen fish in the British Isles. Published in 2008 -a smashing addition to any angling library. The size of this book means that the postage […]
This US written book covers both European and US classic fishing tackle and is a great place for those starting to collect antique and vintage fishing tackle to begin, charting as it does the development of the rod, reel and accoutrements of angling and covering many of the major makers of collectable fishing tackle. This […]
Written and illustrated by Bb this lovely story follows the trials and tribulations of Rufus, a motherless fox cub struggling to find his place in the world. Written and illustrated by a true lover of the British countryside and the fauna within it – BB (real name Denys Watkins-Pitchford). This is an ex-Libris (complete with […]
By L. Vernon Bates – unclipped second printing from 1959 complete with dust jacket (som chips and minor tears – see photo). Excellent present for a fly fisherman perhaps.