Lot No: 231 A highly impressive Victorian salmon fly dressers wallet of large proportions, the 11” x 9” x 6” hide case gilt stamped “J.W.” and fitted with 43 double sided parchment leaves holding an extraordinarily large collection of tying materials including rare feathers; blue chatterer, cottinga, quetzal, Indian crow, toucan, golden dove, jungle cock, parrot (various), flamingo, bustard, bull bull and many, many other feathers from various species, the rear of the wallet
Dear members, Just a reminder that we are again holding our annual raffle for a day's guided fishing on the river at Amwell Magna. This club water is one of the oldest in England, and has a waiting list for membership in excess of eight years! So don't miss this opportunity.... Tickets are £5, and you will have me guide you on the river. If you don't have suitable tackle/flies, I will gladly supply it for the day. The river is stocked with prime rainbows and browns, which ar
This book gathers on more than 40 years of fly-tying, innovation and a passion for fly-fishing. In this sort of legacy, he reveals some of his secrets about CDC’s unique properties, about concepts in designing flies and, last but not least, unveils a series of brand new, appealing and easy-to-tie patterns.
Marc Petitjean 500 pages
3000 pictures photos by Barry Ord Clarke http://www.petitjean-cdc.com/en/home/182-petitjean-cdc.html Just received my copy, and indeed it is a