by Izaak Walton. 'Being a
Difcourfe of Fish and Fishing Not Unworthy the
Perufal of Moft Anglers.' 348 pages.
or The Art of Trolling, with a
Defcription of all the Utenfils,
Inftruments, Tackling and
Materials requifite thereto; with Rules and
Directions how to ufe them,
as also a Brief Account of moft
of the principal Rivers in England. c1682, 110
containing the Most Esteemed
Methods of Angling for Every Species
of Pond and River Fish; a
Description of the Proper Baits for Each, with
the means of procuring them,
and Directions for the Choice of Tackle;
comprising also Original and
Interesting Information in all the Principal
Branches of the Art. c1800, 58
Art of Angling,
Greatly Improved, containing
Esteemed Methods of Angling for
Pond and River Fish; the Baits for
each and how to Obtain and
Preserve them; the Choosing of Rods and
Tackle. Also Instructions in
Every Branch of Fly Fishing and for the
Making of Flies. c1846, 79
Secrets of Angling,
c1883, 70 pages, a reprint of the 1613
book with an introduction by
Fishing Rod and How To Use It,
a Treatise on the Various Arts
Trolling, Spinning and Fly
Fishing, c1869, 105 pages.
being a General and
Instructive Work on Artistic Angling. c1883,
Lures and Game Fish Food,
by Louis Rhead, c1920, 231
Colored Pictures From Life of Various
Creatures Fish Eat and New Improved Artifical
Floating Nature Lures and Chart Plans
to Show the Haunts where Fish Feed on Them in Lake
Art of Fly Making,comprising
angling & dyeing of colours, with engravings of
salmon and trout flies, showing
the process of the gentle craft as taught in the
descriptions of the flies for
the season of the year as they come out on the
water. c1855, 328
Angling for Common Fishes
by Louis Rhead, 181 pages.
Or Float Fishing
c1876, 115 pages.
c1862, 186 pages.
Tackle, by Perry D.
Frazer, c1914, 178 pages.
– ‘Being A Complete Treatise
on the Art of Angling In Every
Branch’. c1876, 591
– ‘A Practical Guide to Bottom
Fishing, Trolling, Spinning. And Fly Fishing, with a
Chapter on Sea Fishing.’ c1867,
Among The Pike & Perch
Being a practical treatise on
angling for pike and perch
in river, lake and
stream. By float, leger and paternoster, together
with chapters on the personal
experiences of the author
during the forty-six years of his angling career, by
c1907, 176 pages.
Trolling, Bottom-Fishing and Salmon Fishing,
with the Natural History of
River Fish and the Best Modes of Catching Them.
Art of Angling
Embellished with numerous
engravings, containing directions for
Fly Fishing, Trolling,
Bottom Fishing, Making Artificial Flies, etc’ c1826
at Home & Abroad
dedicated by gracious permission to
His Majesty King George
V. c1913, 594 pages.
Salmon & Trout. Edited by His Grace The Duke of
c1888, 493 pages.
Art of Angling
‘Wherein are discovered many rare secrets very
necessary to be
knowne by all that
delight in that recreation’. c1653 31 pages.
Improvements in Angling Gear, with Instructions on
for the Amateur. c1922,
Fishing Edited by
the Marquess of Granby, by Sir Edward Grey, c1920,
Pleasures of Angling
with Rod and Reel for Trout
and Salmon, by George Dawson,
c1876, 298 pages.
25. Roach, Rudd &
being a Practical Treatise on
Angling with Float and
Ledger in Still Water and
Stream. By J. W. Martin, c1896, 235 pages.
Fishing by John
James Hardy. c1907, 225 pages.
27. Sea Fishing
by John Rickerdyke, c1895, 623
An Angling Manual, c1919, 291
29. The Angler’s
William Bailey. A Treatise on the Best
Modes of Angling in English
Rivers, Lakes and Ponds and on The Habits
of the Fish. c1857, 125 pages.
30. The Sea Fisherman
Comprising the Chief Methods
of Hook and Line Fishing in the British
and Other Seas and Remarks on
Nets, Boats and Boating. c1884, 341 pages.
31. Trout Fishing
c1904, 362 pages, with colour
32. The Fine Art of
Fishing c1911, 202 pages.
33. The London
information for anglers generally,
combined with numerous amusing
songs and anecdotes of fish and fishing. c1804, 210 pages.