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  • Zane Grey’s sour reaction to a woman catching a 426lb broadbill, after his own lack of success, proved the catalyst that prompted his resignation from the Tuna Club.
  • Fred Buller has become the world authority on pike fishing, but Buller’s output covers a lot more than just pike. This bibliography of his books has been prepared by David Beazley, librarian of the Flyfishers’ Club.
  • Cased fish may have been the talking point, but some superb American reels were the true stars of the day at Angling Auctions.
  • Plus: –The huge laregemouth bass that would have smashed the 74-year record. -Beach-casting pioneer Leslie Moncrieff was an early inventor of bite indicators with a “nuclear” device for sea anglers.
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