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1 Adams, Rev. Joseph. [Corrigeen ] FIFTY YEARS ANGLING IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, THE HEBRIDES, IRELAND, HOLLAND, SWITZERLAND AND CANADA. With Practical Hints on Angling Methods.
London Hutchinson & Co. 328 p.+ viii Adverts. 1938 1st Ed. Hardcover Fine Fine in Very Good DJ in Mylar cover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ 
Adams, Rev. Joseph. [Corrigeen ] FIFTY YEARS ANGLING IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, THE HEBRIDES, IRELAND, HOLLAND, SWITZERLAND AND CANADA. With Practical Hints on Angling Methods. 8vo. illus. with 32 plates. Preface by Sir Samuel E. Scott.. London: Hutchinson & Co. 328 p.+ viii Adverts. 1938. 1st. Ed. [Cat. 71.] 92-682 u –Bruns A-38. Adams gives a fishing travelogue for all the rivers, loughs, and waters he covers; fun to compare his results with your own if you have fished the same water. Fine in Very Good DJ in Mylar cover. [ $65] $58 
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2 Adams, Rev. Joseph. [Corrigeen ] TEN THOUSAND MILES THROUGH CANADA. The Natural Resources, Commercial Industiries, Fish and Game, Sports and Pastimes of the Great Dominion.
New York Frederick A. Stokes Company. xx + 310 p. 1912 1st US Ed. Hard Cover Very Good No DJ. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ 
Adams, Rev. Joseph. [Corrigeen ]. TEN THOUSAND MILES THROUGH CANADA. The Natural Resources, Commercial Industiries, Fish and Game, Sports and Pastimes of the Great Dominion. 12mo. illus. with Fifty Illustrations and a Map. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company. xx + 310 p. No Date [1912]. 1st US Ed. [Cat. 71.] 79-0016 rx.---Adams travelled from Quebec to Vancouver and back by train; fished trout and bass in Ontario; trout and salmon in BC. Comments on hunting along the way, with chapter on big game of BC. With fold-out route map, appendix on the Game Laws of the Provinces, and on Equipment. Bruns A-40 Original red cloth slightly sunned on spine; gilt beaver on front cover. Very Good no DJ. [$65] $58 
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3 Adamson, W. A. THE ENTERPRISING ANGLER.
New York William Morrow & Company. xviii + 268 p. 1950 1st US Ed. Hardcover Near Fine frayed Good DJ in Mylar. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ 
Adamson, W. A. THE ENTERPRISING ANGLER. 8vo. illus. New York: William Morrow & Company. xviii + 268 p. 1950. 1st US Ed. [Cat. 71.] 87-1217 x. --Bruns A46. Scottish salmon & British trout; 2 chapters on trout in B.C.; [he caught 30 kamloops on fly fom 2 ½ to 7 lb. & released 21]; speculations on big trout and other things. Interesting broth. Near Fine in frayed Good DJ in Mylar. [$25] $22 
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4 Aflalo, F. G. A FISHERMAN'S SUMMER IN CANADA. SOLD
Toronto and London McClelland & Goodchild, Ltd and Witherby & Co. xii + 147 p. 1911 1st Ed. Hardcover Near Fine SOLD No DJ. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾ 
Aflalo, F. G. A FISHERMAN'S SUMMER IN CANADA. 12mo. illus. Toronto and London: McClelland & Goodchild, Ltd and Witherby & Co. xii + 147 p. 1911. 1st. Ed. [Cat. 71.] 84-1125 sy. – His plans included: Canoe trip down SW Miramichi for salmon; Restigouche & Matapedia; month on Cape Breton for giant tuna; musky and black bass on Georgian Bay. The Miramichi was too low, so caught only grisle & one salmon; huge fire at Campbelltown cancelled Restigouche; tuna a failure because only 6 were taken all summer. He did catch bass, and saw some musky. Much useful info on tackle; excellent photographs; great humour –his list for tuna included, besides Brandy & Compass; Patience [for reverses] Humility [for success]. “The last item… is less frequently needed than the rest, but should be taken in case of emergencies.” With small [3 in x 2 in] bookplate on front past-down, o/w Near Fine no DJ. [$40] $36 SOLD 
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5 Aflalo, F. G. BEHIND THE RANGES. Parentheses of Travel.
London Martin Secker. 283 p. 1911 1st Ed. Hardcover Very Good No DJ. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ 
Aflalo, F. G. BEHIND THE RANGES. Parentheses of Travel. 8vo. illus. with 14 photographs. London: Martin Secker. 283 p. 1911. 1st. Ed. [Cat. 71.] 94-0126 s. –“The sportsman, once his wanderings are over, and gout or poverty chains him by the leg, must find what comfort he can in an arm-chair and an atlas.” Aflalo’s travels recount “…its drawbacks as well as its delights, its duststorms as well as its sunsets, its mosquitoes as well as its butterflies, its illusions as well as the joy of it.” With two chapters on fishing, one on places and maps, another on guides or gillies the world over. A wonderful read, and one of my favorites. Book has an Awards plate dated 1919 from Otago Boy’s High School, Dunedin, New Zealand on front end-paper. Some minor edge damp staining on top edge of some plates, not affecting body. Very Good no DJ. [ $50] $45 
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6 Aflalo, F. G. SUNSET PLAYGROUNDS. Fishing Days and Others in California and Canada.
London Witherby & Co. xii + 251 p. 1909 1st Ed. Hardcover Near Fine No DJ. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ 
790015. Aflalo, F. G. SUNSET PLAYGROUNDS. Fishing Days and Others in California and Canada. 8vo. Illus. London: Witherby & Co. xii + 251 p. 1909. 1st. Ed. [Cat. 71] 79-0015. –Much fishing during 20,000 mile from England through Caribbean & across to California. Truckee River and Lake Tahoe fished, plus much with Dr. Holder at Catalina, his prime object. Considered light tackle fishing at Catalina the finest in the world. Travelled via Yosemite, Portland, Seattle & Vancouver BC, with commentary. Harrowing ride out to fishing lakes near Kamloops BC; remarked that best fishing was always 10-50 miles by horse or on foot from railroad or steamer port- this written in 1908! Near Fine no DJ. [$70] $63 
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7 Aflalo, F. G. THE SALT OF MY LIFE.
London Sir Isaac Pitman And Sons, Ltd. xi + 277 p. 1905 1st Ed. Hardcover Very Good No DJ. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ 
Aflalo, F. G. THE SALT OF MY LIFE. 8vo. Illus. London: Sir Isaac Pitman And Sons, Ltd. xi + 277 p. 1905. 1st. Ed. [Cat. 71.] 83-1314 y – Sea fishing accounts from 1880; England, the continent, Sweden, Australia, Tangier, Madeira. Aflalo ranged even further afield later. In original ornate blue cloth with gilt decorations and fish; front free end paper removed; pastedown with inked initials; title page has faint red circles around subtitle & publication date. Eternals bright & fine, but book only Very Good no DJ because of noted faults. [$50] $45 
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8 Crosby, W.W. SOME WESTERN FISHING.
Baltimore: Privately Printed by Williams and Wilkins. 128 p. 1926 1st Ed. Hard Cover Near Fine. No DJ. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾ Illus. with 32 B&W Photos. 
-Fishing Glacier National Park; Canadian Rockies; Colorado around Estes Park; Lake Tahoe; Truckee River; Sacramento River at Castella; Sespe Creek,CA; Ventura River CA for steelhead; Klamath River CA at Klamath Hot Springs. Some Salt Water fishing at Catalina. Pithy comments on local sporting customs and fighting qualities of trout on some rivers; historically useful for details on times and sizes of fish. With a Table of Colloquial and Scientific Names of Fish.[Cat. 71. 15-0085 r.] - Bright Gilt titles on blue cloth; some minor edge wear; Binding defect on back cover [book cloth fold]; Overall, a Near Fine copy. 
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9 Forester, Frank [=Herbert, Henry William ] FRANK FORESTER'S FISH AND FISHING in the United States and British Provinces of North America.
London: Richard Bentley. xvi + 455 p. 1849 1st Ed. Hard Cover Very Fine. No Jacket 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ 
Original b/s green cloth; gilt title & ornament on covers; Numerous woodcut illustrations; Very fresh and bright with mostly uncut & unopened pages; Unopened and unread; Exceptional copy, especially for a book over 166 years old. [Cat. 71. 15-0135lt]. -Frank Forester has been called a "Tragedy in Exile." He was extremely talented, but never got the credit he deserved. He shot himself in 1858. [$175] $157.50 
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10 Haig-Brown, Roderick. THE WESTERN ANGLER. An Account of Pacific Salmon and Western Trout.
NY: William Morrow & Company. xii + 356 p. 1947 1st Edition Hardcover Good No Jacket Book 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ T. Brayshaw 
8vo Illus. by T. Brayshaw. 1st Trade Ed. [1937]. [CAT. 65-392.] - Front cover soiled; inked writing on front end paper & on list of books by author; Good-Very Good no DJ. 
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11 Haig-Brown, Roderick. THE WESTERN ANGLER. An Account of Pacific Salmon and Western Trout.
Lyon: The Derrydale Press. In Two Volumes: xviii + 200 p.; 1-191 p. 1991 1991 1st Edition Hardcover As New No Jacket Book 4to - over 9¾ - 12 
4to illus. 2nd Facsimile Impression 1991 Reprint of 1937 1st Lmt Ed. One of 2500 Copies.[Cat. 65-393.] -The 1937 Edition became a standard reference work in many universities and several state fish commissions because it offered case studies of management of trout lakes based on actual experience in BC. This new Derrydale 2-Volume reprint of the original is an excellent job. In bounded leather; Very Fine Two Volumes no DJ as issued. 
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12 McLennan, Jim. BLUE RIBBON BOW.
Edmonton: Lone Pine Publ. 156 p. 1987 1987 0919433219 / 9780919433212 1st Edition Hardcover As New Fine Book 4to - over 9¾ - 12 Jack Cowin & Yuet C. Chan 
4to illus. 1st Ed. [ CAT. 34-269 & 67-499.] As New in Very Fine DJ. 
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13 Roosevelt, Theodore THE WILDERNESS HUNTER.
New York: The Review of Reviews Co. 296 p. 1894 1894 Statesman Edition. 2nd Ed. of 1893 1st Ed. Hard Cover Very Good No DJ. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ 
160029. Roosevelt, Theodore. THE WILDERNESS HUNTER. 8vo frontis. New York: The Review of Reviews Co. 296 p. 1894 Statesman Edition. 2nd Ed. of 1893 1st Ed. [Cat. 72.] 16-0029 con-sb.—Phillips p. 322. Heller No. 311: “Chapters on hunting blacktail and whitetail deer, wapiti, prong-buck, mountain sheep and goat, caribou, moose, bison and peccary in Texas, black and grizzly bear, cougar and wolves…” The Statesman Edition was published with the permission of the President through special arrangement with the Century Co., Messrs. Charles Scribner’s Sons, and G.P Putnam’s Sons. Red cloth binding. Very Good no DJ. [$40] $36 
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14 Sirois, Jim. KIMSQUIT CHRONICLES. Dean River, British Columbia.
Hagensborg, BC; Prvt. Prnt. 163 p. 1996 1st Ed. 1996 1st Edition Soft cover New No Jacket Book 4to - over 9¾ - 12 Signed by Author(s)
4to illus. -[CAT. 32-269 & 66-787A.] - History of fishing the Dean R., B.C., once one of the premier steelhead rivers of North America, but nearly ruined by mismanagement. Signed by author. New PB. 
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15 Witter, Dean MEANDERINGS OF A FISHERMAN.
San Francisco: James H. Barry Co. 1956 1st Ed. Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket 4to illus. 
Witter, Dean MEANDERINGS OF A FISHERMAN. San Francisco: James H. Berry Co. 61 p. 1956 1st Edition Hardcover 4to [Cat. 71. 15-0097s] 4to illus. 8.5 in. w x 11 in. tall. No Date of Publication, but about 1956. Facsimile Signature on title page. -Witter fished most of the great trout waters of the West at their peak, plus Atlantic salmon on the Restigouche, trout in New Zealand, Europe, and South America. He fished trout on the Rising River and Hat Creek CA in 1915-1920's. and joined a club on the Rising River in 1920 after it recovered from the Mt. Lassen eruption in 1915. He commented on all the small trout, mostly under one pound. The Mt. Lassen eruption had killed most of the trout in Hat Creek & the Rising River with its hot mud flow. The fish were much larger by the early 1930's- Witter caught several fish of 6 lbs., and others took fish over 8 lb. Witter fought a large fish which he lost, and which later washed up downstream and weighed over 15 lb. His favorite streams were the Henry's Fork of the Snake, Silver Creek, and Rising River. Some wear on edges, Near Fine no DJ. [$50] $45 
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