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Frank Sawyer spent his life beside a stretch of the Upper Avon as the resident of a village (Netheravon) which takes its name from the trout stream that runs through it. From the most humble of beginnings, Frank Sawyer became an authority on the flora and fauna of the river of which he became the most celebrated custodian even the British Museum of Natural History was hard pu. .
Frank Sawyer determined through detailed observation of the river that the . A biography of Sawyer entitled Man of the Riverside written by Sidney Vines was published by George Allen and Unwin in 1984.
Frank Sawyer determined through detailed observation of the river that the mortality of eggs was virtually 100%. However, those few fry that did hatch had a reasonable chance of survival. Sawyer noticed that when one of the lakes in the fishery was dredged, a large amount of chalk was washed into suspension. A few months later the trout in the lake had grown much fatter and were markedly bigger than the fish in the main river. It incorporated some of Frank Sawyer's magazine articles and some of his unpublished work.
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Frank Sawyer earned worldwide acclaim for his books ‘Keeper of the Stream’ . This in itself is a misleading term but at least it has its origin in flies.
Frank Sawyer earned worldwide acclaim for his books ‘Keeper of the Stream’ and ‘Nymphs and the Trout’ He is probably most widely remembered as the inventor of the Pheasant Tail Nymph. Frank continued to write on the techniques of nymph fishing long after ‘Nymphs and the Trout'. This book is a collection of these articles. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. In many cases the old patterns which were used, and indeed still are, were but sparsely dressed versions of the dry flies which themselves were copies of the natural insects.
Frank Sawyer was a man of Wiltshire - fisherman, river-keeper, inventor, naturalist, writer, broadcaster and countryman. He seldom strayed far in his 73 years from the villages of the valley of the upper Avon where he was born and died. But his fame spread across the world
Frank Sawyer was a man of Wiltshire - fisherman, river-keeper, inventor, naturalist, writer, broadcaster and countryman. But his fame spread across the world. He will be remembered for the way in which, with his tiny nymphs, he advanced the delicate art of fly fishing; but he was much more than a fisherman. He was a true countryman, full of wisdom and country lore, and loved the river Avon and the wild creatures who lived by and in i.