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Trolling for Pike in the River Lea, 1831, (1941). Creator: James Pollard
Trolling for Pike in the River Lea, 1831, (1941). Creator: James Pollard
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Patience in a Punt, 1811., 1811. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
Patience in a Punt, 1811., 1811. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
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Fishing at Iwaya, Enoshima, Japan, c. 1790. Creator: Kitagawa Utamaro
Fishing at Iwaya, Enoshima, Japan, c. 1790. Creator: Kitagawa Utamaro
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Teppozu, from the series 'Famous Places in the Eastern Capital (Toto meisho)'
Teppozu, from the series "Famous Places in the Eastern Capital (Toto meisho)"
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Plate, 1790/1818. Creator: Enoch Wood & Sons
Plate, 1790/1818. Creator: Enoch Wood & Sons
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Fishing, late 18th century. Creator: Kitagawa Utamaro
Fishing, late 18th century. Creator: Kitagawa Utamaro
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Grover Cleveland, 1897. Creator: William F. Kelly
Grover Cleveland, 1897. Creator: William F. Kelly
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Landscape with Two Fishermen Climbing Rocks Next to a Waterfall, 1784-88
Landscape with Two Fishermen Climbing Rocks Next to a Waterfall, 1784-88
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Satire on False Perspective: Frontispiece to 'Kirby's Perspective"
Satire on False Perspective: Frontispiece to "Kirby's Perspective"
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Young Anglers (Liber Studiorum, part VII, plate 32), June 1, 1811. Creator: JMW Turner
Young Anglers (Liber Studiorum, part VII, plate 32), June 1, 1811. Creator: JMW Turner
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Young Anglers (Liber Studiorum, part VII), June 1, 1811. Creator: JMW Turner
Young Anglers (Liber Studiorum, part VII), June 1, 1811. Creator: JMW Turner
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Two Anglers on a Bridge, 1647. Creator: Adriaen van Ostade
Two Anglers on a Bridge, 1647. Creator: Adriaen van Ostade
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Trolling for Pike in the River Lea, 1831, (1941). Creator: James Pollard Featured Image

Trolling for Pike in the River Lea, 1831, (1941). Creator: James Pollard

Trolling for Pike in the River Lea, 1831, (1941). Anglers using a running line to catch pike on the Lea at Waltham Abbey, to the north-east of London. Painting in the Tate Gallery, London. From "British Sport", by Eric Parker. [Collins, London, 1941]

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The Fishing Party (Appleton's Journal, Vol. II), October 2, 1869. Creator: John Filmer
The Fishing Party (Appleton's Journal, Vol. II), October 2, 1869. Creator: John Filmer
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The Salmon-Leap, near Coleraine, Ireland, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Salmon-Leap, near Coleraine, Ireland, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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Lake trout fishing, in Derwentwater, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Lake trout fishing, in Derwentwater, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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Wild Geese Flying Down the Sumida River, ca. 1769., ca. 1769. Creator: Suzuki Harunobu
Wild Geese Flying Down the Sumida River, ca. 1769., ca. 1769. Creator: Suzuki Harunobu
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Patience in a Punt, ca. 1803., ca. 1803. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
Patience in a Punt, ca. 1803., ca. 1803. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
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Basle, c1872. Creator: E I Roberts
Basle, c1872. Creator: E I Roberts
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Rheinfelden, c1872. Creator: E I Roberts
Rheinfelden, c1872. Creator: E I Roberts
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The Anglers Pool, 1809, (1946). Creator: John James Chalon
The Anglers Pool, 1809, (1946). Creator: John James Chalon
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Salmon Fishing, 1844, (1946). Creator: John F Tennant
Salmon Fishing, 1844, (1946). Creator: John F Tennant
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The Connecticut, above Middletown, 1874. Creator: James L. Langridge
The Connecticut, above Middletown, 1874. Creator: James L. Langridge
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Mount Chesterfield, 1874. Creator: W.H. Morse
Mount Chesterfield, 1874. Creator: W.H. Morse
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The Valley of the Connecticut, 1874. Creator: John J. Harley
The Valley of the Connecticut, 1874. Creator: John J. Harley
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Lake trout fishing, in Derwentwater, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Lake trout fishing, in Derwentwater, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Lake trout fishing, in Derwentwater, 1844. ...from the number of "Otters" seen on the lakes, it would appear that this style of fishing has superseded all others; the old system of trolling is abandoned; and, instead of having one or two lines out, the fishing-ground of a lake may now be swept with twenty or thirty flies or minnows, by having an "Otter" on each side of the boat; with the advantage of your lines at a right angle from the boat instead of following in its wake. The "Otter" is merely a board of wood, about two feet long, and nine or ten inches broad...The gut lines are attached, at regular intervals, to a strong silk line, one end of which is fastened to the ring and the other to the top of a pole in the boat...As regards the mode of using the "Otter," the angler will learn more with ten minutes experience than from any description in our columns'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Fors Nothyn, North Wales, c1850. Creator: Josiah Wood Whymper
Fors Nothyn, North Wales, c1850. Creator: Josiah Wood Whymper
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Well, Jack do they bite? Ib'lieve yer, and plaguy sharp too!, early 19th century
Well, Jack do they bite? Ib'lieve yer, and plaguy sharp too!, early 19th century
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Anglers, (c1900). Creator: Unknown
Anglers, (c1900). Creator: Unknown
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The rippling water seems to be mocking our misfortune. from the Little Miseries of Human
The rippling water seems to be mocking our misfortune. from the Little Miseries of Human
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A Good Bite or Swallowing the Bait, 1835
A Good Bite or Swallowing the Bait, 1835
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