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Author: John Kirkbride

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWBCGU

Category: Fishing

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1837 By John Kirkbride

Author: John Kirkbride (Writer on fishing)

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ISBN: OCLC:1224744939

Category: Flies, Artificial

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Author: John Kirkbride

Publisher: Forgotten Books

ISBN: 1330118804

Category: Sports & Recreation

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Excerpt from The Northern Angler: Or, Fly-Fisher's Companion It is fit, gentle reader, that I should advise thee to study the Art of Angling, not merely because it is regarded as an elegant and innocent amusement, but rather as it tends to promote the health of its votaries, by tempting them to take salutary exercise in the open air, at a season, too, when nature is most lovely - when "the etherial mildness" seems to gladden almost every living creature. "Now gentle gales. Fanning their odoriferous wings, dispense Native perfumes, and whisper whence they stole Those balmy spoils." About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
2015-06-16 By John Kirkbride

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Author: John Kirkbride

Publisher: Wentworth Press

ISBN: 052638851X

Category: History

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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
2019-02-28 By John Kirkbride

See your sport in a different way. Unlike book two: Confessions of a northern angler, "secrets revealed". The first book looks at the angler, and the fish in a very different way, for the angler is a very connected but strange creature.

Author: S. Hemsley

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1987542479

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Be prepared to be taken into the history of angling at its best. See the past present and future. Enjoy the laughter, the joy of a life time of angling experiences. See your sport in a different way. Unlike book two: Confessions of a northern angler, "secrets revealed". The first book looks at the angler, and the fish in a very different way, for the angler is a very connected but strange creature. From the young lad with a cane to the old master, who is still learning. In the background, nature is never far away. it is a personal book with much to offer. watch out for those golden nuggets and moments that not many see or hear about. All written by an angler with many large captures. the: Tench Bream Roach, Carp Perch , Eel and many other species have all been angled for with huge success! in a land where large fish are hard to come by. If its tactics you want, then fishing Secrets is a must. If its a trip down memory lane, with a sprinkling of on the bank methods, always set with nature in mind, and a few hilarious yarns along the way then this is the book for you. Enjoy!
2018-04-08 By S. Hemsley

This book strikes right at the fish and angler, with little held back. The book unfolds with the fish in mind and not tackle. Then the on the bank sessions are described simply.

Author: S. Hemsley

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ISBN: 1721932399

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Welcome to the world of angling at its best. Thousands of years of angling are blended with modern angling, in the hope that you might add to the future of angling. Half a century of one anglers quest, is divulged, all secrets are revealed. Most fish species dealt with. The when to fish. Why fish in certain ways, but above all how to counter the fish themselves, and how fish counter what you do. See the methods from the rigs to the humble float. You will find that angling becomes a science and not just a pass time. Any new angler will find this book a must. it explains things simply, with the whys, and when's the angler does things to improve on captures. Follow the journey of Steve as he battles throughout his life to improve his angling ability's. Roach, Carp, Tench, Bream, Pike, Chub, Barble, Rudd, Crucians, Perch, Gudgeon, Orfe, and many others have come to his net. See the fascinating methods, and deep thought processes come to the fore. Forget the endless description's of tackle this is not a publicity book. It is a book for the struggling angler, who can only learn from it. See what you are doing wrong within these pages, and put things right. Forget the ego filled anglers out for glory, and for a change have a chance to better them. The book was put together with the average angler in mind, and not the record breakers. Steve has several unofficial records under his belt, but he could not care less about them. His aim has always been to capture big fish of a species, he shows you how to do this. Thinking is shown, and how to improve, or change methods is thrown at you plainly. From massive lakes to tiny farm ponds, explanations on how to deal with them simply and methodically are shown. If you think the carp is the most difficult fish to catch? think again! and read about the big Roach. Several big number catches are also mentioned with Bream, Tench, carp, roach all above the hundred lbs mark, a day where three hundred lbs. + of carp are caught are mentioned, which Steve found boring! A glint comes into his eye when he thinks about a large catch of roach all over two lbs. Carp over thirty pounds Tench into double figures, Bream well into double figures, Orfe beyond imagination, Roach well above three lbs., Perch up to four pounds. And a host of others. All from little known waters. water craft is a skill, that takes years to learn, learning about the fish takes even longer, and is never ending as the book will show. unlike book one confessions of a Northern Angler which is a book about anglers and things. This book strikes right at the fish and angler, with little held back. The book unfolds with the fish in mind and not tackle. Then the on the bank sessions are described simply. The species fished for, and the resulting outcome are told effectively, with you the angler in mind. Following fashion is frowned upon, many of the old ways are still good today and should be tried. Steve you will find loves fishing the float ,it is made clear why. Add to the above some superb descriptive writings, of scenery, journeys, wildlife coupled with the science of angling, and a complex sport is brought to you for your own specialist preferences. All from a quiet angler.
2018-07-05 By S. Hemsley

Author: NORTHERN ANGLER.

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ISBN: OCLC:562990749

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Author: Bill Peyton

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ISBN: 0852062303

Category: Fishing

Page: 132

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1974 By Bill Peyton

AND MANUFACTURER OF BADGER THE NORTHERN DETACHES 19 , NEW STATION ST . 1 ANGLERS ' DEPOT , MARK LEEDS , YORKS . SPECIAL TRADE Just published , 182 pages ...

Author: Irwin Edward Bainbridge Cox

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWAS31

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This delicate little fly makes its appearance on the northern rivers sometime in May . ... and 32 THE NORTHERN ANGLER ; Sand Fly, Yellow Dun,

Author: John KIRKBRIDE (Writer on Angling.)

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ISBN: BL:A0024905072

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Author: T. K. Wilson

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ISBN: OCLC:48768803

Category: Fishing

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1949 By T. K. Wilson

Author: Edward Hinchliffe

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ISBN: 0852065841

Category: Fishing

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Author: Timothy Kidd Wilson

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ISBN: OCLC:315330458

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The hartshorn is a species of moss , well known to the northern angler . It is found chiefly on moorland , and in boggy places surrounded by heath .

Author: Thomas Tod Stoddart

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWAWQ6

Category: Fishing

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Author: Timothy Kidd Wilson

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ISBN: 0852060319

Category: Fishing

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The hart's - horn is a species of moss , well known to the northern angler . It is found chiefly on moorland , and in boggy places surrounded by heath .

Author: Thomas Tod Stoddart

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWAWSV

Category: Fishing

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An Angler's Guide to Finding and Catching Fish in the Great Lakes Jerry Darkes. Drowned River Mouths Essentials '1 Rod tip low to the water, Capt.

Author: Jerry Darkes

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 9780811709316

Category: Sports & Recreation

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Comprehensive look at fly fishing across the Great Lakes.
2013-08-01 By Jerry Darkes

Good Accommodation for Anglers and Tourists . ... THE NORTHERN ANGLER Whose debut was hailed by the Field as one of the important events of 1892 , is one of ...

Author: Tom Bradley

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWDZJD

Category: Fishing

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1893 By Tom Bradley

Kemp ( I. ) , Shooting and Fishing in Lower Brittany ; a complete and practical ... Kirkbride ( John ) , The Northern Angler ; or Fly Fisher's Companion .

Author: Thomas Westwood

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ISBN: HARVARD:HWHFUT

Category: Fish culture

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1861 By Thomas Westwood

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