This antiquarian volume contains a detailed guide to fly-fishing. Founded on nature and tested by the experience of nearly forty years in various parts of the United Kingdom, this book is the definitive guide on the subject, and contains comprehensive instructions for imitating all the most useful flies and for hand-making fly rods. This volume is will be of considerable utility to those with an interest in fly-fishing, and it makes for a great addition to collections of fishing literature. The chapters of this book include: 'Artificial Flies', 'Hints on Fly-Fishing', 'The Spring Black', 'The March Brown', 'The Lesser March Brown', 'The Granam', 'The Spring Dun', 'The Ruddly Fly', 'The Cowdung Fly', 'The Dark-Blue Dun', 'The Black Caterpillars', 'The Little Chap', et cetera. This book was originally published in 1893, and is being republished now complete with a new introduction on the history of fishing.