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1 Carmichael, Hoagy, B 8 By Carmichael
Anasha Publishing 2010 0984267727 / 9780984267729 First Edition Hard Cover New No Jacket: As Issued Signed by Author
128 pp. [2010] Portraits of Fly Fishing Innovators Ed & Jim Payne, Chauncy Lively, Dr. George Parker Holden, & Vince Marinaro, along with a Short Collection of Stories, this is a book of essays & articles, detailing everything from the author's relationship to Vince Marinaro & Chauncy Lively to definitive articles on famed rodmakers George Parker Holden, & Ed & Jim Payne. Limited to 1000 copies. 100 Color & B&W illustrations. In slipcase. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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2 Garrison, Everett; Carmichael, Hoagy B. A Master's Guide to Building a Bamboo Fly Rod
Katonah NY Martha's Glen Publishing Co. 1977 0811703525 / 9780811703529 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Seaman, Robert 
xix, 296 pp.[4] 
Price: 40.50 USD
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3 Carmichael, Hoagy B. CREATING THE GARRISON FLY ROD
New York Bamboo Rod Fly Fishing 2006 First Thus DVD As New 
This entertaining video, the only existing film of any classic rodmaker, shows the great Everett Garrison in his workshop, demonstrating & explaining how he made his world famous bamboo fly rods. Beginning with splitting the raw bamboo, he details his own procedures, using his unusual binding machine, silk winding technique, & unique varnishing tanks, until we see a completed rod, ready for the river. A great companion to the classic rodbuilding book by Everett Garrison, A Master's Guide to Building a Bamboo Fly Rod. 40 min. 
Price: 31.50 USD
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4 Carmichael, Hoagy B. CREATING THE GARRISON FLY ROD
New York Bamboo Rod Fly Fishing 2005 First Thus VHS As New 
This entertaining video, the only existing film of any classic rodmaker, shows the great Everett Garrison in his workshop, demonstrating & explaining how he made his world famous bamboo fly rods. Beginning with splitting the raw bamboo, he details his own procedures, using his unusual binding machine, silk winding technique, & unique varnishing tanks, until we see a completed rod, ready for the river. A great companion to the classic rodbuilding book by Everett Garrison, A Master's Guide to Building a Bamboo Fly Rod. 40 min. 
Price: 89.99 USD
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5 Carmichael, Hoagy B. Side Casts: A Collection of Fly-Fishing Yarns by a Guy Who Can Spin Them
New York Skyhorse Publishing 2015 1634503031 / 9781634503037 First Edition Hard Cover New New 

Price: 22.46 USD
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6 Carmichael, Hoagy B. The Grand Cascapedia River A History: Set of Both Volumes
North Salem Anesha Publishing LLC 2012 0615586279 / 9780615586274 First Edition Hard Cover Fine No Jacket: As Issued Inscribed By Author
Two Volumes in slipcases. 2006 & 2012. Each volume nscribed. A very rich source of new info & delightful visual images of the fish, of the anglers, & of the elaborate & not so elaborate camps & lodges that are inextricable strands of the fabric of the great sport of fly fishing. Private photos & paintings. The second and final volume of the award-winning history of The Grand Cascapedia River. In its eleven chapters, Volume II covers the history of the river's eight camps, and the sports who fished out of them, from the mid-1930's through to the present day. Topics covered include the creation of the Cascapedia Society, salmon netting, both Native and commercial, the nagging difficulties of the logging industry and the Riparian Association. It also details the interesting story of how the Cascapedia Club (New Club) almost lost, but retained the river lease, and lastly an Appendix with several astonishing stories. A gallery of photographs at the end of each chapter further bring to life the relevant people, places and events. This volume is more than an account of the bellwether Grand Cascapedia River - it is a book for those interested in the history of Atlantic salmon fishing in Canada. Stories of big fish, big and little people, and the will it took by many to slowly return the river to its historic greatness. Taking up from the mid-1930s where Volume I ended, Volume II covers in detail how the great river almost went back into the hands of the Canadian government during the Great Depression, how it was saved and by whom, and then how the pools were reallocated, much as they are today. The great camps, Tracadie, Middle Camp, and New Derreen, to name a few, are reborn and a New Club is formed. This volume also details in the "River Management" chapter important concerns that imperiled the river; weeks of river-mouth clogging log drives, excessive commercial fishing in the Bay of Chaleur, the rights of the Micmac Natives and their netting at the mouth of the river, and how the river's unique governing body, The Society, was conceived in the face of a hostile government. Net Wt 11.54 lbs 
Price: 184.46 USD
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7 Carmichael, Hoagy B. The Grand Cascapedia River A History: Volume One
Far Hills Meadow Run Press 2006 1-886967180 / 9781886967182 First Edition Hard Cover As New No Jacket: As Issued Signed by Author
292 pp. In slipcase. A very rich source of new information and delightful visual images of the fish, of the anglers, & of the elaborate & not so elaborate camps & lodges that are inextricable strands of the fabric of the great sport of fly fishing. Private photos & paintings. The second and final volume of the award-winning history of The Grand Cascapedia River. In its eleven chapters, Volume II covers the history of the river's eight camps, and the sports who fished out of them, from the mid-1930's through to the present day. Topics covered include the creation of the Cascapedia Society, salmon netting, both Native and commercial, the nagging difficulties of the logging industry and the Riparian Association. It also details the interesting story of how the Cascapedia Club (New Club) almost lost, but retained the river lease, and lastly an Appendix with several astonishing stories. A gallery of photographs at the end of each chapter further bring to life the relevant people, places and events. This volume is more than an account of the bellwether Grand Cascapedia River - it is a book for those interested in the history of Atlantic salmon fishing in Canada. Stories of big fish, big and little people, and the will it took by many to slowly return the river to its historic greatness. Taking up from the mid-1930s where Volume I ended, Volume II covers in detail how the great river almost went back into the hands of the Canadian government during the Great Depression, how it was saved and by whom, and then how the pools were reallocated, much as they are today. The great camps, Tracadie, Middle Camp, and New Derreen, to name a few, are reborn and a New Club is formed. This volume also details in the "River Management" chapter important concerns that imperiled the river; weeks of river-mouth clogging log drives, excessive commercial fishing in the Bay of Chaleur, the rights of the Micmac Natives and their netting at the mouth of the river, and how the river's unique governing body, The Society, was conceived in the face of a hostile government. Net Wt 4.5 lbs 
Price: 112.46 USD
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8 Carmichael, Hoagy B. The Grand Cascapedia River A History: Volume Two
North Salem Anesha Publishing 2012 0615586279 / 9780615586274 First Edition Hard Cover New No Jacket: As Issued Signed by Author
512 pp. In slipcase. A very rich source of new info & delightful visual images of the fish, of the anglers, & of the elaborate & not so elaborate camps & lodges that are inextricable strands of the fabric of the great sport of fly fishing. Private photos & paintings. The second and final volume of the award-winning history of The Grand Cascapedia River. In its eleven chapters, Volume II covers the history of the river's eight camps, and the sports who fished out of them, from the mid-1930's through to the present day. Topics covered include the creation of the Cascapedia Society, salmon netting, both Native and commercial, the nagging difficulties of the logging industry and the Riparian Association. It also details the interesting story of how the Cascapedia Club (New Club) almost lost, but retained the river lease, and lastly an Appendix with several astonishing stories. A gallery of photographs at the end of each chapter further bring to life the relevant people, places and events. This volume is more than an account of the bellwether Grand Cascapedia River - it is a book for those interested in the history of Atlantic salmon fishing in Canada. Stories of big fish, big and little people, and the will it took by many to slowly return the river to its historic greatness. Taking up from the mid-1930s where Volume I ended, Volume II covers in detail how the great river almost went back into the hands of the Canadian government during the Great Depression, how it was saved and by whom, and then how the pools were reallocated, much as they are today. The great camps, Tracadie, Middle Camp, and New Derreen, to name a few, are reborn and a New Club is formed. This volume also details in the "River Management" chapter important concerns that imperiled the river; weeks of river-mouth clogging log drives, excessive commercial fishing in the Bay of Chaleur, the rights of the Micmac Natives and their netting at the mouth of the river, and how the river's unique governing body, The Society, was conceived in the face of a hostile government. Net Wt 7 lbs. 1 oz. 
Price: 121.46 USD
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9 Carmichael, Hoagy B. Two Rivers and a Friend
North Salem, NY Privately Printed by the Author 2013 First Edition Wraps As New Limited Edition Signed by Author
27 pp. [colophon] Limited signed, and numbered edition of 45 copies. This book was originally included within the lavishly produced Ultra Deluxe Limited Edition of The Grand Cascapedia River, A History Volumes 1 & II. Not all of the planned 45 sets of this book were completed. This is one of the few remaining copies (10?) intended for these volumes, and as such are the higher numbered copies. This copy is number 45 A thirty-two-page letterpress pamphlet entitled "Two Rivers and a Friend," the cover of which is handmade from Indian Khadi Almond shaded paper. The pages are held in place by a piece of 19th century braided silk salmon casting line given to Mr. Carmichael by a ninety-one-year-old Scotsman in 1979. The pamphlet contains three original pieces by Hoagy B. Carmichael. One about an unusual trip to the River Alta and the use of dry flies, and another tells of a big salmon caught on the Grand Cascapedia River. The third is a fond remembrance of the great reel maker, Stan Bogdan. There are six tipped-in digital photographic images, held with archival backing adhesive. 
Price: 315.00 USD
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