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" ... the hackle into the bent of the hook, with the hollow (which is the palest) side upwards, and whip it very fast to its place; in doing whereof, be careful not to tie in many of the fibres; or if you should chance to do so, pick them out with the point... "
Rural Sports - Page 451
by William Barker Daniel - 1812
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The art of angling, rock and sea-fishing [by R. Brookes]. improved with ...

Richard Brookes - 1766
...into the Bent of the Hook with the hollow, which is the paleft Side, upwards, and whip it very faft to its Place : in doing whereof, be careful not to tie in many of the Fibres; or if you fhculd chance to do fo, pick them out with the Point of a very large Needle. When the Hackle is thus...
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The Complete Angler: Or, Contemplative Man's Recreation...: Prefixed, the ...

Izaak Walton, Sir John Hawkins - 1775
...into the bent of the hook with the hollow, which is the paled fide, upwards, and whip it very faft td its place : in doing whereof, be careful not to tie in many .of the fibres ; or if you fhould chance to do fo, pick theft! out with the point of a very large needle. When the hackle is thus...
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The Art of Angling

Richard Brookes - 1781 - 303 pages
...the Hook with the Hollow,, which is the paleft Side, upwards, and whip it very faft to its Piace L In doing whereof, be careful not to tie in many of the Fibres ; or if you fhould chance to do fo, pick them out with the Point of a very large Needle-. When the Hackle 9 thus...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary; Or, The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

1785 - 548 pages
...into the bent of the hook with the hollow, which is the paleft fide, upwards, and whip it very faft to its place ; in doing whereof, be careful not to tie in many of the fibres ; or if you fliould chance to do fo, pick them out with the point of a very large needle. When the hackle is thus...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

1800 - 600 pages
...into the bent of the hook with the hollow, which is the paleft fide, upwards, and whip it very faft to its place ; in doing whereof, be careful not to tie in many of the fibres; or if you fhould chance to do fo, pick them out with the point of a very large' needle. When the hackle is thus...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...

1800 - 544 pages
...; in doing whereof, be careful not to tie in many of the fibres ; or if you ihould chance to do fo, pick them out with the point of a very large needle. When the hackie is thus made faft, the utmoft care and nicety is neceilary in winding it on ; for if you fail...
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The Sportsman's Dictionary: Containing Instructions for Various Methods to ...

Henry James Pye - 1807 - 547 pages
...into the bent of the hook, with the hollow, which is the paleft fide, upwards, and whip it very faft to its place; in doing whereof, be careful not to tie in many of the fibres ; or if you fhould chance to do fo, pick them out with the point of a very large needle. When the hackle is thus...
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The Complete Angler, Or, Contemplative Man's Recreation: Being a Discourse ...

Izaak Walton, John Hawkins - 1822 - 383 pages
...naturally lie; and taking the hook, and holding it as before, lay the point of the hat fcle into the bent of the hook, with the hollow (which is the palest)...care and nicety is necessary in winding it on; for if you fail in this, your fiy is spoiled, and you mast begin all again; to prevent which, keeping the...
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The Complete Angler, Or, Contemplative Man's Recreation: Being a Discourse ...

Izaak Walton, John Hawkins - 1822 - 383 pages
...naturally lie; and taking the hook, and holding it as before, lay the point of the harkle into the bent of the hook, with the hollow (which is the palest)...place: in doing whereof, be careful not to tie in mauy of the fibres; or if you should chance to do so, pick them out with the point of a very large...
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The Complete Angler ; Or, Contemplative Man's Recreation; Being a Discourse ...

Izaak Walton - 1833
...hollow (which is the ',j| palest) side upwards, and whip it very fust to its place: iu doing whereof, J be careful not to tie in many of the fibres ; or,...made fast, the utmost care and nicety is necessary 'W in winding it on ; for if you fail in this, your fly is spoiled, aud you must ^ begin all again...
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