5 edition of 19th century fishing lures found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 303).
|Other titles||Nineteenth century fishing lures|
|LC Classifications||SH449 .C37 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||303 p. :|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||00702745|
Beginning in the mid to late s, firms such as J.T. Buel, W.D. Chapman, and the Enterprise Manufacturing Company produced lures that rivaled their overseas counterparts both in quantity and quality. This book provides a written and visual history of these and many other American lure companies Pages: A brief history of baits The recorded history of artificial baits begins in the seventeenth century, although it is probable that they were being used long before that. In those days, anglers made virtually everything themselves, although local craftsmen were often prepared to make rods to order and hooks could also be bought.
The earliest, prehistoric lures were made of bone. China was the first civilization to make fishing lines (of silk, of course), to which they attached delicate bronze hooks. One of the founding fathers of the nascent fishing-lure industry in the United States was the son of a furrier named Julio T. Buel of Whitehall, New York. Between British fly-fishing continued to develop in the 19th century, with the emergence of fly fishing clubs, along with the appearance of several books on the subject of fly tying and fly fishing techniques. Alfred Ronalds took up the sport of fly fishing, learning the craft on .
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Slight shelf-wear but a new unread copy in dust-wrapper. Graham Turner's first book, Fishing Tackle: A Collector's Guide has served as a standard reference since its first appearance in Fly fishing is an ancient sport, with records of Romans in AD using flies to catch trout and the more complete history of fishing in England and Scotland beginning in the 17th century.
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