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The salmon flies of Major John Popkin Traherne (1826-1901)

Kelson, Geo. M.

The salmon flies of Major John Popkin Traherne (1826-1901)

their descriptions and variations

by Kelson, Geo. M.

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Published by The Complete Sportsman in Millis, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Traherne, John Popkin,
  • Flies, Artificial,
  • Fly tying

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFly Fishing Collection., Paul and Mary Ann Ford Fly Fishing Collection.
    Statementas presented by George M. Kelson in The fishing gazette, Land and water and The salmon fly ; edited and flies tied by Paul M. Schmookler ; photographs by Ingrid V. Sils ; introduction by J. David Zincavage.
    ContributionsSchmookler, Paul., Sils, Ingrid V.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 124 p. :
    Number of Pages124
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13635886M
    OCLC/WorldCa32897929

    For the 3/ issue of Chasing Silver magazine I wrote, tied and photographed a feature article on Major John Popkin Traherne who was arguably the best salmon fly designer of all time. His gaudy creations inspire artistic salmon fly tyers to date and he was also notable figure in the fishing world :// - Back in the Danish Fly tier, Kim Rasmussen compiled all Major John Popkin Traherne's beautiful salmon fly dressings into one poster, and now, more than 10 years later The Global FlyFisher can show all these beautiful ://

      So I was excited when I learned that Mr. Knowles was publishing the intricate Traherne patterns. And I had seen advertisements for the extraordinary The Salmon flies of Major John Popkin Traherne (), published by The Complete Sportsman in Millis, Maine. But at $, it was beyond my price range. So Knowles's book at $73 USA seemed a   Always wanted to try to tie one of Major John Popkin Traherne's patterns and decided to give the Nepenthian a try. In so doing I came to the conclusion he was positively mad and so was I for tying this creation. With the exception of the more readily available materials which are the real deal, the exotics are all :// /hooks-feathers-floss/

    The Salmon Flies of Major John Popkin Traherne (). Their Descriptions and Variations as Presented by George M. Kelson in The Fishing Gazette, Land and Water and The Salmon Fly: Schmookler, Paul M., editor: Salmon Flies of Major John Popkin Traherne 1 of 28 copies $ 3, - ?page=3. The Salmon Flies of Major John Popkin Traherne (): Their Descriptions and Variations As Presented by George M. Kelson in the Fishing Gazette, Land and Water and the Salmon Fly. - 1st Edition/1st Printing?action=browse&cat_conj=or&.


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Kelson's articles and dressings originally published in THE FISHING GAZETTE and elsewhere. The   Back in the Danish Fly tier, Kim Rasmussen compiled all Major John Popkin Traherne's beautiful salmon fly dressings into one poster, and now, more than 10 years later The Global FlyFisher can show all these beautiful :// of only copies.

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Kelson in the Fishing Gazette, Land and Water and the Salmon Fly. - 1st Edition/1st Printing. Schmookler, Paul Each photograph of Major Traherne's flies is accompanied by the original article, reproduced from The Fishing Gazette, Land and Water, or The Salmon Fly that describes the fly.

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Kelson in The Fishing Gazette, Land and Water, and The Salmon Fly. Edited and flies tied by: Paul Schmookler (Please allow time for all images to load)   Major John Popkin Traherne () "Of all the fish that fall victims to our skill, salmon are the most interesting by reason of their size, strength, and gameness, the difficulty of their capture, and the romantic scenery of the districts in which, during their periodic returns to fresh water, we have to seek them." -Major John P.

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Kelson in The Fishing Gazette, Land and Water and The Salmon FlyPlace Published: Millis, MAPublisher:The Complete SportsmanDate Published: []Description: xii,  pp. Introduction by J. Major J.H. Hale; Major John Popkin Traherne; Michael Rogan; The Tring’s Missing Birds; Tolfrey and the Story of Jones’s Guide; Who Tied the Ghost Flies?

Fishing Gazette. About This Section 1 – Bluebell; 2 – Juno; 3 – Gitana; 4 – Quinchat; 5 – Tippetiwitchet; 6 – The Black Prince; 7 The Salmon Flies of Major John Popkin Traherne (): Their Descriptions and Variations As Presented by George M.

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Kelson in the Fishing Gazette, Land and Water and the Salmon Fly. - 1st Edition/1st Printing. Paul Schmookler