John Higginbotham, fishing-rod maker, (from Drury-Lane) at the Golden-Fish, no.98, opposite Southampton-Street, Strand; makes all sorts of fishing-rods, and all manner of the best fishing-tackle, wholesale and retale, [sic] and sells the right Kirby hooks
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Mounted on the front pastedown of Walton, The compleat angler. 8th ed. London: Richard and Henry Causton, 1772 (ESTCT84916).
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Fishing rods--Early works to 1800
Fishing tackle--Early works to 1800
Early works to 1800.