M. A. KAUSMAN , F.Z.S., chairman of the Great Ouse Fishery Association
N. MACKENZIE , fisheries officer of the Great Ouse River Board
F. W. COOKE , chairman of the Huntingdon Angling Society
J. SCOTT , of the Huntingdon Angling Society
O. R. ADAMS. chairman of the Houghton and Wyton Angling Society
A. S. ROUT , secretary of the Houghton and Wyton Angling Society
FRANK MURGETT : On maggot-breeding
Charles JOBSON : On fishing the tidal reaches of the Thames
Introduced by COLIN WILLOCK Angling correspondent of the Daily Herald
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