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Trout Fishing In Southland New Zealand,

AU$35.00
By:
ID No.: 4047.

SOUTHLAND ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY (pub.).    Invercargill 1985 revised, 8vo Illust 68p plus folding maps, soft cover.  A good introduction and description of the fisheries on rivers, tributaries, lakes, the access points, accommodation, lures, flies and conditions throughout the area. -Very Good                                                                                          

Trout Fishing In Southland New Zealand,

AU$35.00
ID No.: 4047.

SOUTHLAND ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY (pub.).    Invercargill 1985 revised, 8vo Illust 68p plus folding maps, soft cover.  A good introduction and description of the fisheries on rivers, tributaries, lakes, the access points, accommodation, lures, flies and conditions throughout the area. -Very Good                                                                                          

Trout Fishing In Southland New Zealand,

AU$30.00
By:
ID No.: 4574.

SOUTHLAND  ACCLIMITISATION SOCIETY. Fish and Game New Zealand Invercargill 1999, Revised and expanded edn. 8vo, Illust, 93pp,   Card cover.  A good introduction and description of the fisheries on rivers, tributaries, lakes, the access points, accommodation, lures, flies and conditions throughout the area.  Supported by many maps and photographs. -Very Fine                                                                             

Trout Fishing In Southland New Zealand,

AU$30.00
ID No.: 4574.

SOUTHLAND  ACCLIMITISATION SOCIETY. Fish and Game New Zealand Invercargill 1999, Revised and expanded edn. 8vo, Illust, 93pp,   Card cover.  A good introduction and description of the fisheries on rivers, tributaries, lakes, the access points, accommodation, lures, flies and conditions throughout the area.  Supported by many maps and photographs. -Very Fine                                                                             

Travel and Trout in the Antipodes:

AU$300.00
By: SENIOR, William. (Red Spinner)
ID No.: 5027.

Chatto and Windus London 1880. 12mo 315p decor cloth.  An angler's sketches in Tasmania and New Zealand. 'Although cautioned by a friend that Tasmania represented an intolerable amount of travel for an infinitesimal amount of trout, Senior nevertheless made the journey.  In so doing he produced Australia's first book devoted primarily to angling ... Written in the anecdotal style of the day, it presents a unique account of angling in Australia as it was practised in the latter half of the nineteenth century' (Dunn).  Previous owners name and blind stamp on Fep. Very Good   

Travel and Trout in the Antipodes:

AU$300.00
ID No.: 5027.

Chatto and Windus London 1880. 12mo 315p decor cloth.  An angler's sketches in Tasmania and New Zealand. 'Although cautioned by a friend that Tasmania represented an intolerable amount of travel for an infinitesimal amount of trout, Senior nevertheless made the journey.  In so doing he produced Australia's first book devoted primarily to angling ... Written in the anecdotal style of the day, it presents a unique account of angling in Australia as it was practised in the latter half of the nineteenth century' (Dunn).  Previous owners name and blind stamp on Fep. Very Good   

A New Zealand Trout Stream

AU$37.00
By: ALLEN. K, Radway
ID No.: 4537.

New Zealand Marine Department, Wellington, 1952  Fisheries Bulletin No. 10A,   8vo, Illust, 70pp.  Soft Cover.    A shortened and simplified account of the studies described in detail in Fisheries Bulletin No 10.  It sets out, for the benefit of the angler, the results of a scientific experiment aimed at "Where do the trout come from and where do they go to"?  It describes how anglers can improve  their take and the quality of the fish with better stream management. Very slight water damage.   -Very Good          

A New Zealand Trout Stream

AU$37.00
ID No.: 4537.

New Zealand Marine Department, Wellington, 1952  Fisheries Bulletin No. 10A,   8vo, Illust, 70pp.  Soft Cover.    A shortened and simplified account of the studies described in detail in Fisheries Bulletin No 10.  It sets out, for the benefit of the angler, the results of a scientific experiment aimed at "Where do the trout come from and where do they go to"?  It describes how anglers can improve  their take and the quality of the fish with better stream management. Very slight water damage.   -Very Good          

Trout and Other Fishing in New Zealand

AU$40.00
By: BEAMISH, Col. D.W.
ID No.: 110
George Allen and Unwin London, 1953, 8vo, Illust, 210pp, D/J. .    Col Beamish provides information to the visitor to New Zealand and details his voyage out from England and the fishing areas in the North and South Islands. Chapters on Taupo, Rotorua, Hawkes Bay, Nelson, Cantubury, Otago and the Southern areas. Also describes the scenic open spaces, the alpine lakes and river valleys.  D/j torn and repaired.  P/C.  - Very Good

Trout and Other Fishing in New Zealand

AU$40.00
ID No.: 110
George Allen and Unwin London, 1953, 8vo, Illust, 210pp, D/J. .    Col Beamish provides information to the visitor to New Zealand and details his voyage out from England and the fishing areas in the North and South Islands. Chapters on Taupo, Rotorua, Hawkes Bay, Nelson, Cantubury, Otago and the Southern areas. Also describes the scenic open spaces, the alpine lakes and river valleys.  D/j torn and repaired.  P/C.  - Very Good

Trout and Other Fishing in New Zealand

AU$50.00
By: BEAMISH, Col. D.W.
ID No.: 108

George Allen and Unwin London, 1953, 8vo, Illust, 210pp, D/J.      Col Beamish provides information to the visitor to New Zealand and details his voyage out from England and the fishing areas in the North and South Islands. Chapters on Taupo, Rotorua, Hawkes Bay, Nelson, Cantubury, Otago and the Southern areas. Also describes the scenic open spaces, the alpine lakes and river valleys. D/j is sl rubbed and repaired. Fly page has a section missing.   – Very Good.          

Trout and Other Fishing in New Zealand

AU$50.00
ID No.: 108

George Allen and Unwin London, 1953, 8vo, Illust, 210pp, D/J.      Col Beamish provides information to the visitor to New Zealand and details his voyage out from England and the fishing areas in the North and South Islands. Chapters on Taupo, Rotorua, Hawkes Bay, Nelson, Cantubury, Otago and the Southern areas. Also describes the scenic open spaces, the alpine lakes and river valleys. D/j is sl rubbed and repaired. Fly page has a section missing.   – Very Good.          

Trout and Other Fishing in New Zealand

AU$40.00
By: BEAMISH, Col. D.W.
ID No.: 112
George Allen and Unwin London, 1953, 8vo, Illust, 210pp, D/J.     Col Beamish provides information to the visitor to New Zealand and details his voyage out from England and the fishing areas in the North and South Islands. Chapters on Taupo, Rotorua, Hawkes Bay, Nelson, Cantubury, Otago and the Southern areas. Also describes the scenic open spaces, the alpine lakes and river valleys.  D/j  repaired.  P/C.  - Very Good.- 

Trout and Other Fishing in New Zealand

AU$40.00
ID No.: 112
George Allen and Unwin London, 1953, 8vo, Illust, 210pp, D/J.     Col Beamish provides information to the visitor to New Zealand and details his voyage out from England and the fishing areas in the North and South Islands. Chapters on Taupo, Rotorua, Hawkes Bay, Nelson, Cantubury, Otago and the Southern areas. Also describes the scenic open spaces, the alpine lakes and river valleys.  D/j  repaired.  P/C.  - Very Good.- 

New Zealand Fishing Flies

AU$625.00
By: BRAGG, Robert K.
ID No.: 168
The Caxton Press Christchurch, 1996, edn limited to 750 numbered copies, folio, Illust, 160pp,  Red leatherette in red slipcase.  Bragg, a professional fly tyer and amateur entomologist, was to fly fishing as Hillary is to mountain climbing. A beautifully presented history and development of New Zealand fly patterns. Includes 51 colour plates and colour illustrations of over 750 flies and lures. Also has a set of four limited edn prints of flies by Michael Scheele. - Very Fine

New Zealand Fishing Flies

AU$625.00
ID No.: 168
The Caxton Press Christchurch, 1996, edn limited to 750 numbered copies, folio, Illust, 160pp,  Red leatherette in red slipcase.  Bragg, a professional fly tyer and amateur entomologist, was to fly fishing as Hillary is to mountain climbing. A beautifully presented history and development of New Zealand fly patterns. Includes 51 colour plates and colour illustrations of over 750 flies and lures. Also has a set of four limited edn prints of flies by Michael Scheele. - Very Fine

A Trout Fishing Guide to New Zealand's South Island

AU$20.00
By: BUSCH Tony.
ID No.: 2570
David Bateman Auckland. 1989 reprint. 8vo, oblong, Illust, 206pp.  Soft cover. Itemises and describes all the major rivers and lakes from Nelson to Southland in the detail the angler needs. Supported by maps of each area. Also discusses tactics and tackle for each area. - Fine

A Trout Fishing Guide to New Zealand's South Island

AU$20.00
ID No.: 2570
David Bateman Auckland. 1989 reprint. 8vo, oblong, Illust, 206pp.  Soft cover. Itemises and describes all the major rivers and lakes from Nelson to Southland in the detail the angler needs. Supported by maps of each area. Also discusses tactics and tackle for each area. - Fine

Salmon Country

AU$35.00
By: BYRNE, Jack.
ID No.: 3377
William Collins  Auckland,  1980  1st Edn. 8vo, Illust, 174pp. D/J.    The first New Zealand book to deal exclusively with salmon fishing in New Zealand. Sixteen black and white photographs.    Part 1 covers the salmon run, weather , water conditions,  the main rivers and where to go,   the mechanics of spinning , fly fishing  techniques  for salmon and fly fishing gear, storing, cleaning and  cooking.  Section 2 covers the introduction of salmon into New Zealand waters, its biology and management and research organizations.  D/J has permanent plastic cover -  Fine

Salmon Country

AU$35.00
ID No.: 3377
William Collins  Auckland,  1980  1st Edn. 8vo, Illust, 174pp. D/J.    The first New Zealand book to deal exclusively with salmon fishing in New Zealand. Sixteen black and white photographs.    Part 1 covers the salmon run, weather , water conditions,  the main rivers and where to go,   the mechanics of spinning , fly fishing  techniques  for salmon and fly fishing gear, storing, cleaning and  cooking.  Section 2 covers the introduction of salmon into New Zealand waters, its biology and management and research organizations.  D/J has permanent plastic cover -  Fine
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