American Trout-stream Insects: A Guide to Angling Flies and Other Aquatic Insects Alluring to Trout, Selected and Painted for Each Month of the Trout Season from Nearly One Hundred Living Specimens Native to the Rivers and Lakes of the Temperate Zone of North America, with Notes on and Reproductions of Artificial Imitation Flies Tied by the Author, and a Chapter on the Mode of Tying Artificial Flies, with Assisting Charts and Illustrations of a Complete Set of New Artificial Nature-lures Copied Exactly from Carefully Colored Life-pictures that Bass and Other Game Fishes Consume as Food
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