This antiquarian volume contains a concise and detailed guide to fly-fishing in Scotland, with a guide to the equipment needed and a detailed list of the best fishing spots in the Scottish counties. Written in clear, concise language and full of interesting and practical information, this text is ideal for the beginner, and would make for a worthy addition to collections of allied literature. Although old, the information contained herein is timeless, making this a text not to be missed by the discerning collector of such literature. The chapters of this book include: 'The Beginner's Equipment'; 'The Rod'; 'Rod Constructions'; 'Styles'; 'Length and Weight'; 'Choice and Use of the Fly-Rod'; 'Reels, Lines and Leaders'; 'Loch Fishing'; 'A Summary of the Lochs and Streams in the Different Counties', et cetera. This volume is being republished now complete with a new introduction on the history of fishing.