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The pleasure of receiving letters whose contents have no odour of money about them, and which often come from anglers at home or abroad is one that all of us appreciate. I am fortunate enough to belong to a small mutual coterie who write periodically to each other about our riverside doings or failures; and should be only too willing to hear from new correspondents - especially such as are beginning to take up fly fishing, either at the age of twenty or forty - if they think I am able to be of assistance to them. The glamour round my own angling apprenticeship has never been dissipated. Days, when the total bag was a lost half-pounder, are still delightful to remember; and to hear about from one who sincerely enjoys all the surroundings of the stream and who realises he has much to learn.

R. H.

April, 1912.

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