Going Fishing by Negley Farson

Going Fishing by Negley Farson lands on the |> SALE <| shelves in my shop.

Merlin Unwin, 2003, Hardback in dust wrapper.

Illustrated by way of: Black & White Drawings;

From the cover: Celebrated foreign correspondent Negley Parson had more opportunity than most to enjoy his favourite sport to the full. Travelling the world with his two most prized possessions a fishing rod and a typewriter he found adventure at every turn. And wherever there was water, he fished rainbow trout in the Andes, sea trout in the Shetlands, sturgeon on the Black Sea, trout from the mountain rivers of former Yugoslavia, tales from the Catskills to the Caucasus, from the Baltic to the Kalahari, here are some of the best fishing stories ever written.

Parson conjures up vivid images of distant places and people, and relates some of his most dangerous and exciting fishing exploits.

First published in 1942, Going Fishing is now republished in this handsome edition with its original illustrations. Negley Parsons tales of fishing between the two World Wars continue to fascinate and enthral a new generation, and revive happy memories for those who regard him as one of the greatest fishing writers of all time.

C. F. Tunnicliffes illustrations for Going Fishing are among the most evocative by this great wildlife and sporting artist.

Good in Very Good Dust Wrapper. Gently bruised at the head of the spine and the top corners of the boards with commensurate wear to the dust wrapper. First blank removed. Text complete, clean and tight otherwise.

Brown boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. 156 pages. 9½” x 6¼”.

This book will be eventually reach my delightful website…(added to my Sport Fishing category.) but get 60% off buying from this very blog blog… Buy it now for just £2.60 + P&P! Of course, if you don’t like this one there are plenty more available here!

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