List of pseudonyms of angling authors

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Since the 18th century, hundreds of angling authors have adopted pseudonyms for their books, for their contributions to journals and the popular press.[1] Pen names for angling authors were most common in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This is a list of pseudonyms used by notable Angling authors. Entries are listed by pen name, real name, and works.

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  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Kohrman, Robert (Summer 1987). "Checklist of Angling Pseudonyms". The American Fly Fisher (Manchester, VT: American Museum of Fly Fishing) 13 (4): 22–26. 
  2. ^ Westwood, T.; Satchell, T (1883). Bibliotheca Piscatoria-A Catalogue of Books on Angling, The Fisheries and Fish Culture with citations touching on angling and fishing from old English authors. Covent Garden, London: W. Satchell. p. 62. 
  3. ^ Hayter, Tony (2002). F.M. Halford and the Dry-Fly Revolution. London: Rober Hale. p. 98. ISBN 0-7090-6773-9. 
  4. ^ Westwood, T.; Satchell, T (1883). Bibliotheca Piscatoria-A Catalogue of Books on Angling, The Fisheries and Fish Culture with citations touching on angling and fishing from old English authors. Covent Garden, London: W. Satchell. p. 86. 
  5. ^ Westwood, T.; Satchell, T (1883). Bibliotheca Piscatoria-A Catalogue of Books on Angling, The Fisheries and Fish Culture with citations touching on angling and fishing from old English authors. Covent Garden, London: W. Satchell. p. 93. 
  6. ^ Hayter, Tony (2002). F.M. Halford and the Dry-Fly Revolution. London: Rober Hale. p. 189. ISBN 0-7090-6773-9. 
  7. ^ a b Westwood, T.; Satchell, T (1883). Bibliotheca Piscatoria-A Catalogue of Books on Angling, The Fisheries and Fish Culture with citations touching on angling and fishing from old English authors. Covent Garden, London: W. Satchell. p. 108. 
  8. ^ Hayter, Tony (2002). F.M. Halford and the Dry-Fly Revolution. London: Rober Hale. p. 12. ISBN 0-7090-6773-9. 
  9. ^ Black, William C. (2010). Gentlemen Preferred Dry Flies. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press. p. 123. ISBN 978-0-8263-4795-4. 
  10. ^ Robb, James (1945). Notable Angling Literature. London: Herbert Jenkins Limited. p. 184. 
  11. ^ Wulff, Lee (1983). The Atlantic Salmon. New York: Lyons and Buford. p. 108. ISBN 0-8329-0267-5. 
  12. ^ Albee, Louise Rankin (1896). Justin Winsor, ed. The Bartlett Collection-A List of Books on Angling, Fishes and Fish Culture in Harvard University Library. Cambridge, MS: Harvard University Library. p. 125. 
  13. ^ Westwood, T.; Satchell, T (1883). Bibliotheca Piscatoria-A Catalogue of Books on Angling, The Fisheries and Fish Culture with citations touching on angling and fishing from old English authors. Covent Garden, London: W. Satchell. p. 131. 
  14. ^ Hayter, Tony (2002). F.M. Halford and the Dry-Fly Revolution. London: Rober Hale. p. 49. ISBN 0-7090-6773-9. 
  15. ^ Westwood, T.; Satchell, T (1883). Bibliotheca Piscatoria-A Catalogue of Books on Angling, The Fisheries and Fish Culture with citations touching on angling and fishing from old English authors. Covent Garden, London: W. Satchell. p. 162. 
  16. ^ Westwood, T.; Satchell, T (1883). Bibliotheca Piscatoria-A Catalogue of Books on Angling, The Fisheries and Fish Culture with citations touching on angling and fishing from old English authors. Covent Garden, London: W. Satchell. p. 165. 
  17. ^ Westwood, T.; Satchell, T (1883). Bibliotheca Piscatoria-A Catalogue of Books on Angling, The Fisheries and Fish Culture with citations touching on angling and fishing from old English authors. Covent Garden, London: W. Satchell. pp. 33–34. 
  18. ^ Hayter, Tony (2002). F.M. Halford and the Dry-Fly Revolution. London: Rober Hale. p. 178. ISBN 0-7090-6773-9. 
  19. ^ Hayter, Tony (2002). F.M. Halford and the Dry-Fly Revolution. London: Rober Hale. p. 185. ISBN 0-7090-6773-9. 
  20. ^ Schullery, Paul (1996). American Fly Fishing-A History. Norwalk, CT: The Easton Press. pp. 255–56. 
  21. ^ Sherwood, Patricia Miller (1998). An Honest Angler-The Best of Sparse Grey Hackle. New York: The Lyons Press. ISBN 1-55821-624-3. 
  22. ^ Westwood, T.; Satchell, T (1883). Bibliotheca Piscatoria-A Catalogue of Books on Angling, The Fisheries and Fish Culture with citations touching on angling and fishing from old English authors. Covent Garden, London: W. Satchell. p. 370. 
  23. ^ Robson, Kenneth (1998). The Essential G.E.M. Skues. London: A & C Black. p. 3. ISBN 155821691X. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Hogan, Austin S. (1973). "Pseudonyms of Angling Authors-American". American Sporting Periodicals of Angling Interest (Manchester, VT: The American Museum of Fly Fishing). 
  • Wood, W. W. (February 1918). "Pseudonyms of Angling Writers". The American Angler 2 (10). 
  • Wildwood, Will (1892). "Pseudonyms of Sporting Authors". The Sportsman's Directory and Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI: Pond & Goldey).