Arthur Ransome Trust

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Fishing Literature

These Fishing Literature titles contain Arthur Ransome’s angling works, including collections of his highly-regard Rod & Line fishing articles.

The date shown is that of first UK publication. Titles in bold are currently in print in the UK.

Fishing literature published during Arthur Ransome’s life:

Books published after his death:

Ransome's drawing of a cormorant eating a fish, our fishing literature logo

A man who fishes habitually for Carp has a strange look in his eyes… as if he had been in heaven and hell and had nothing more to hope from life.


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