Angling Ways - A Complete Guide to Coarse Fishing

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Read Books, Jun 1, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 308 pages
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Originally published in 1934, this book covers every phase of coarse fishing from A to Z and includes a chapter on Thames Trouting. Practised anglers will enjoy those features in this book which are quite new to angling literature, while the novice could not wish for a more complete yet concise and simple explanation of how any type of coarse fish may be captured. Packed full of practical advice and many, many detailed diagrams, this book is still of great practical use to today's angler. Contents Include: Introductory The Marvel of Split Bamboo Casts and Articial Gut Some Hooks SomeFishy Questions Answered Roach True Roach Another Test Roach Baits Baiting up and Ground Baiting Roach Fishing in the Nottingham Style Roach Fishing in the Sheffeld Style Tackle and Hemp Fishing Silk Weed Fishing for Roach A Little Rod and some Mehods of Roach Angling Roach Fishing in the Wind What is a DACE Chub the ''Fearfullest''Fish Drapping and Trotting for chub There are Two Bream Float Fishing for Bream Detecting Bites when Bream Ledgering Tinca Tinca the Tench The Eel: A Mysterious Fish Bleak or '' Whitling Dodging Angling for ''Gobbio'' The Gudgeon Grayling Cunning Carp Surface Fishing Falling Leaves and Perch Pike Pike Lore Rods and Other Gear for pike Striking a Pike ad Other Matters of Importance Spinning for Pike Thames Trouting The Sporting Barbel Ledgering for Barbel Rudd

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