Very Good in Good jacket. B000GBVNNQ 1955 first edition The Stackpole Company (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), 8 x 10 3/4 inches tall beige hardbound in publisher's unclipped dust jacket, dark blue lettering to front cover and spine, fly illustrations by author throughout, , 152 pp. Prior owner bookplate to front pastedown. Otherwise, a very good copy-clean, bright and unmarked-in a somewhat rubbed and edgeworn dust jacket which is nicely preserved and displayed in a clear archival Brodart sleeve. Due to the weight of the book, additional postage will be required for standard international orders. ~RR~ Contents: Fancy and natural flies; General introduction to stream entomology; Nymphs; Collecting stream insects; Scientific stream entomology; The catalog; Emergence tables; Imitating the natural insect; Transplanting stream insects; The Gordon quill fly; Fishing the wet fly; Fishing the dry fly; Fishing the nymph; Pages from the diary; Fisherman's weather.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The Stackpole Company. 1955. First Edition. 4to. (10 x 8). 152 pp. including bibliography. Text illustrations showing natural and artificial flies, how to dress them, and how to fish them. Charts and graphs. The book is bound in tan cloth with brown titles. Pictorial dust jacket. Book plate, signature on front end paper, otherwise very good in a good-very good dust jacket with rubbing to the front panel.
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