By Richard Walker,Reg Cooke
No have to Lie used to be written as results of an ongoing crusade waged via Peter Thomas. Dick wrote to percentage his principles and information, to impress dialogue and take a look at to assist others trap fish, instead of write approximately how and what he stuck. Pete was once insistent although that readers will be to listen to a few bills of Richard’s ‘best’ catches, and so it really is due to him that the unique ebook was once published in 1964.
Reg Cooke’s great illustrations accompany the ‘pulse-stirring nature of those big-fish catches’ and feature been painstakingly restored.
From the dustjacket:
When an angler as famous as Richard Walker reminisces approximately his angling profession, the result's guaranteed to be worthy examining. while Britain's most sensible angler co-operates with a firstclass artist comparable to Reg Cooke the result's a ebook that each angler may want to learn and browse again.
In "No have to Lie" Walker writes approximately essentially each freshwater species and his reports in catching them. His angling profession is filled with very huge fish together with the well-known 44-lb. list carp, the tale of that's included.
There are information too of serious roach catches and sorties after different species all instructed within the author's succinct and special demeanour. The name of the e-book, after all, is taken from the much-quoted angler's prayer.
No one has performed greater than Richard Walker to motivate fishing for giant fish during this nation and few have extra religion than he that our waters can produce outstanding specimens. This booklet is his personal own checklist of specimen fishing — with a now recognized contest thrown in for strong degree. will probably be valued by means of many for its right down to earth, authentic, subject of truth type and valuable as an unvarnished account of the highlights in a specimen fish angler's life.
Reg Cooke's exceptional work carry to existence some of the incidents which Walker so graphically recounts.
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No Need To Lie by Richard Walker,Reg Cooke