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The aim of this book is to celebrate the fishing float and explore much of who made what, where, when and why. We will look into what shaped 100 years of angling's most humble artefact and meet with some of the best known, most outstanding and most intriguing examples.
If you are enchanted by old fishing tackle; if you appreciate nostalgia; if you ever caught a fish using a float; if you are a collector, an investor, a light browser or a deep reader or simply a curious float fan then this book is most definitely one for you.
Standard First Edition limited to 340 copies £50 plus £13.99 P&P SOLD OUT
Superior First edition Limited to 60 Copies £210 plus £13.99 P&P FEW COPIES LEFT Contact me at email@example.com if you wish to order a superior copy.
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An autobiography by Dave Steuart due to be published early spring 2011. There will be a total of around 500 copies with 54 bound in leather.(50 copies numbered 1-50 and 5 Authors copies with the following prefix AC, numbered 1-5)
The dustjacket has been beautifully produced by well known artist and illustrator John Searl.
Angling wouldn’t be described as a passion if it wasn’t for passionate people.
Mick Hanson is as passionate as any and after years of contributing to the angling press, in his first book Along the Margins he tells the angling story that has been a lifetime in its creation. Its fifteen chapters are filled with tales of searches for and encounters with specimen fish of many different species all over England.
112 pages, all in colour.
205mm x 205mm trimmed page Price £14.95 plus £2.95 p&p (first class recorded)
Publication January 30th, 2011
This will be a limited edition of only
250 copies, numbered and signed.
First edition Mint unread copy Signed By John Searl
VERY Limited copies left in stock - When they are gone they are gone! Now less than ten!
The latest and most comprehensive book brought to you by the British Carp Study Group. Released 1st December 2007. Signed By editor/compiler's John Abbots and Ken Dallow. Mint Unread condition.