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A History of Carp Fishing - Revisited - Kevin Clifford

A History of Carp Fishing - Revisited - Kevin Clifford
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Kevin Clifford
Sandholme Publishing
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In 1992 this book's predecessor A History of Carp Fishing was published to widespread acclaim. The noted angler and author Barrie Rickards wrote: "A History of Carp Fishing is utterly magnificent" – and Fred Buller, the pre-eminent angling historian, added: "Even with the present flood of books, just once or twice in a lifetime comes a book of really outstanding merit; such a book is Kevin Clifford’s A History of Carp Fishing."

After several years of further research, the author has updated and expanded his original classic to produce this book – extending to 367 pages – that truly fulfils his original goal of comprehensively cataloguing the history of the early days of carp fishing in Britain.


Author: Kevin Clifford
Publisher: Sandholme Publishing Ltd
Format: Hardback
Pages: 367
ISBN: 978-0-9538038-4-2

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