4to paperback 148 pages. Very, very minor bumps + wear to edges of covers o/w VG++ 450 gms
(Order reference 15868)
Negley Farson (1890 – 1960) was an American author, adventurer, foreign correspondent (present at the Bolshevik Revolution) and a renowned fisherman. He also, allegedly, partied with F Scott Fitzgerald and out-drank Ernest Hemingway. This autobiography-cum-fishing book describes his experiences of river fishing while travelling in countries from Norway to southern Chile. First published in 1942. Illustrated by CF Tunnicliffe.