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From the Preface: "In preparing this volume, my desire has been, not merely to describe the various rivers and lochs of Scotland in which the salmon angler may cast his line, but also ...to refer to points connected with the conservation or improvement of the salmon fisheries.
I know full well that suggestions given officially in blue books do not generally reach the notice of those to whom ...they will be of interest, so I take this opportunity of offering a few opinions and pointing a few morals based upon what I conceive to be the broad lines of salmon fishery regulation. ...my business is really to study the general interests of our salmon fisheries."
Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning with occasional foxing. Moderate handling wear with rubbed spine bands and corners. Top edge gilt.
Title: The Salmon Rivers and Lochs of Scotland
Illustrator: Illustrated with a color frontispiece of the Falls of Tummel by Ernest Briggs; and four additional color plates. Plus 34 B/W plates and 18 maps on color plates
Edition: First Trade issue following a Limited Edition of 350.
Publisher: London:, Edward Arnold,: 1909.
lb: 3.00 lb
Seller ID: 007370
Keywords: Angling; Fishing,