Fran Betters books

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SamsonCane
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Fran Betters books

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Does anyone know where I can get some inexpensively? I've been looking for the Tying, Fishing, and Pattern Guide especially.

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Try Abe books, www.abebooks.com . They list a lot of used books available from dealers all over the US & Canada. I have had good luck ordering through them.
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Samson, thats going to be a tough find. Not on ebay, amazon, or abebooks. Your best bet is to look for estate sales in your area.

An online search at bookfinder lists a few out there but they are pricey. https://www.bookfinder.com/search/?ac=s ... %2520guide

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Check the museums book sale list-or better yet stop in if you live in the area.
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I found one! My new, rodmaker friend Gordon Koppin gave me a minty signed 1st for which I am very thankful.

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