Bridgett (Robert Currie). (1880-1961). DRY-FLY FISHING. By R.C. Bridgett, M.A, B.Sc. Herbert Jenkins. London. - 1922 1st edition. 8vo (145 x 220mm). Two coloured plates of flies, b/w photograph plates, illustrations. Green cloth, spine & upper board printed and ruled in black. Very good copy. Some little wears at extremities, faded spine. "My chief purpose is to make known the virtues of the dry-fly to Scottish anglers." Chapters include : The object of fishing ; The necessity for the dry-fly ; Objections answered ; Advantages ; The apparatus ; A little entomology ; Floating flies ; Instructions ; Tactics ; Drag ; On wading ; Trout-stalking ; Dapping ; Fishing the stream ; Dry-fly fishing on lochs and reservoirs ; Concerning the wind ; The dry-fly season ; A day on Clyde ; The Daer Water ; On Duneaton Water ; A day on Tweed ; Evening on Tweed ; Among the hills ; Up the river ; the dry-fly fails ; A favourite loch ; Across the moor ; A final cast.