The Complete Science of Fly Fishing and Spinning

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Macmillan, 1915 - Fly casting - 432 pages
 

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IV
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V
87
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97
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109
VIII
133
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214
XIII
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287
XVI
302
XVII
315
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339
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358

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201
XX
379
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