"What is good for the fish is good for the fisherman": First edition of Griswold and Hume's The Life-History of the Atlantic and Pacific Salmon of Canada

  • The Life-History of the Atlantic and Pacific Salmon of Canada.
  • The Life-History of the Atlantic and Pacific Salmon of Canada.

The Life-History of the Atlantic and Pacific Salmon of Canada.

$75.00

Item Number: 88069

New York: Duttons, Inc, 1930.

First edition of Griswold and Hume’s guide to the salmon rivers of Canada. Octavo, original cloth over olive green boards, gilt titles and tooling to the spine and front panel. In near fine condition.

American author and sportsman Frank Gray Griswold authored dozens of books with a particular focus on salmon fishing, many printed privately and distributed among his personal friends. In The Life-History of the Atlantic and Pacific Salmon of Canada, Griswold collaborated with friend and fellow angler R. D. Hume in salmon classification, methods for conservation, and the art of salmon culture.

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