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i love bernards books there timeless
- Wild Carp
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What a prize! I believe there is a method of treating such a printwork to 'fix' it...I think it stabilises the ink and brings the colours back to life again......goodness knows who to ask about this though......
- Sea Trout
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Re fading, hang it on a wall that is never in direct sunlight, preferably always shaded.
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As a past member of The Angling Times Kingfisher Guild that Bernard helped start, I have nothing but admiration for what he did for fishing, I still have my badge, handbook and certificates for specimens caught in the early 1960's, all fish were caught on an old greenheart rod(pity I gave the rod to my Dad for pea sticks when I bought a new one.
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