. Breeder and sportsman. Horses. t/fl, the angler's path is a very cheerful way. And his road through the world is bright: For he lives with the laughing stream all day, .With the sparkling fire at nigh. Chorus: Sing, hey nanny! ha nanny! And likewise well-aday! - The angler's life is a merry, merry life, Gtyr^Sr, sotj And that's what the anglers jay. THE ANGLER'S FIRESIDE SONG By HENRY VAN DYKE LxH, the angler plays for the pleasure of the game. And fas creel may be full or light; 'But the tale that he tells is just the same When he lies by the jire at night! Chorus: Sing, bey nonny! ho nonn

. Breeder and sportsman. Horses. t/fl, the angler's path is a very cheerful way. And his road through the world is bright: For he lives with the laughing stream all day, .With the sparkling fire at nigh. Chorus: Sing, hey nanny! ha nanny! And likewise well-a~day! - The angler's life is a merry, merry life, Gtyr^Sr, sotj And that's what the anglers jay. THE ANGLER'S FIRESIDE SONG By HENRY VAN DYKE LxH, the angler plays for the pleasure of the game. And fas creel may be full or light; 'But the tale that he tells is just the same When he lies by the jire at night! Chorus: Sing, bey nonny! ho nonn Stock Photo
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. Breeder and sportsman. Horses. t/fl, the angler's path is a very cheerful way. And his road through the world is bright: For he lives with the laughing stream all day, .With the sparkling fire at nigh. Chorus: Sing, hey nanny! ha nanny! And likewise well-a~day! - The angler's life is a merry, merry life, Gtyr^Sr, sotj And that's what the anglers jay. THE ANGLER'S FIRESIDE SONG By HENRY VAN DYKE LxH, the angler plays for the pleasure of the game. And fas creel may be full or light; 'But the tale that he tells is just the same When he lies by the jire at night! Chorus: Sing, bey nonny! ho nonny! And likewise well-a-day! We love thefre, and the merry, merry lyre, And that's what the anglers say.. Fly Casting at Stow Lake. T. C. Kierulff, San Francisco, delicacv flv casting 98.32 per cent. Walter D. Mansfield. San Francisco, heavv tackle long distance fly. 134 feet (National Association rec- ord). Special Prize Winners. Stanley Forbes, all round championship, silver cup donated by California Anglers' Association. T. C. Kierulff, best average in seven fly casting events. Exposition cup. Stanley Forbes, best average in accuracv. distance dry-fly and delicacy and accuracy, special prize. Oscar Lane, best average in H and hi ounce events. Exposition cup. Best average in all of the bait events, special prize. San Francisco Fly-Casting Club. Exposition cup for club making best average. Col. G. C. Edwards, highest percentage in all flv events, except distance. * Charles H. Gardner won the exposition silver tro- phy m the heavy tackle accuracy contest. The other prize winners were: Charles H. Kewell. J F Bur- ?nH x, A, ^ebEter' F' J' Co°Per' Jo^Ph Springer F. H Reed. Dr. W. E. Brooks. P. W. Shattuck Harrv A. Thomson. Jr.. W. J. Davis. Jr.. and Stanlev Forbes t;™„Unng <he„aftem°011 casting, gusts of wind at odd times sen.the gossamer leaders and lines in everv direction but near the ring buoys. A heavv west wind interfered with the distance casting in the afternoon

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