The compleat fisher

Publication Date1725
RemainderOr, The true act of angling. Being [a] clear and speedy way of taking all sorts of fresh-water fish, with the worm, fly, paste, and other baits, in their proper seasons: how to know the haunts of fish, and angle for them in all waters and weathers, at the top, middle, or bottom: baiting of the ground, and night baits, oyls, and ointments, baits natural and artificial: the several ways of angling: to make oyl of asper, and many rare secrets, never before made publick, containing the whole body of angling, and mystery of a compleat angler. To fish in Hockney river, the best stands, and how to make the best tackling to fish there. By J.S. a brother of the angle
PublisherPrinted for G. Conyers at the Ring, and J. & B. Sprint at the Bull in Little-Britain



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