Angling for Coarse Fish: A Practical Work on Fishing for Roach, Perch, Barbel, Chub, Dace, Carp, Eels, Etc., Etc., According to the Most Modern Methods in Use on the Thames, Trent, Norfolk Broads, in the Midlands, the Fens, and Elsewhere, by John Bickerdyke [pseud.]
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Chapter Page I Some General Principles
Tackle for Bottom Fishing
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