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The Angler's Sedge: Tying and Fishing The Caddis

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    Price, Taff
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    Blandford Press, London, 1989
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    First edition
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Blandford Press, London, 1989. First edition. Book condition: good. A little shelf wear and some very slight damp staining to lower edge of front board. Occasional light mark. Dust jacket: good. A little edge wear and light creasing. Unclipped. Slight damp staining to inner surface of front. The sedge, also known as the caddis, is one of the most fascinating patterns for the trout fisherman. It is also one of the most rewarding and versatile. It can be fished as a nymph early in the season, as a pupa or wet fly in mid season, and as one of the great dry flies on both still water and river from mid-season onwards. illustrated with over 300 drawings showing life cycles, where to fish a water at a particular point in the season, the flies needed for success, and numerous illustrations showing how to tie the patterns.
  • Our price: £5.00

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