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Bernard Venables was born on 14th February 1907 in Kent England and few people in recent history can have done more to encourage people to go angling, along with Richard Walker and BB he has hugely influential in the post war boom in fishing. After leaving school he worked for several newspapers, it when he produced his first cartoon strip for the Daily Mirror that he really made his mark. It was so popular that it soon extended to a column as well and eventually books. In 1963 he was one of the people behind the magazine Creel which brought new levels of quality and production to the market. His works are still enjoyed and collected today.
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Title Publisher Date Notes
Fish and Fishing Puffin 1948 wraps
A Fisherman's Testament Black 1949  
Mr Crabtree Goes Fishing Daily Mirror 1949 wraps , not dated
Fishing Batsford 1953  
Guide to Angling Waters Daily Mirror 1954  
The Gentle Art of Angling Reinhardt 1955  
The Angler's Companion Unwin 1959  
Fishing for Pike with Mr Cherry and Jim Angling Times 1961 wrappers
Fishing for Roach with Mr Cherry & Jim Angling Times 1961 wrappers
Fishing for Perch with Mr Cherry & Jim Angling Times 1962 wrappers
Fishing for Trout with Mr Cherry & Jim Angling Times 1962 wrappers
Fishing with Mr Crabtree in all Waters Daily Mirror 1964 wrappers
Freshwater Fishing Jenkins 1967  
Baleia Bodley Head 1968  
Mr Crabtree's Book of Fishing for Boys Daily Mirror 1968 boards
Mr Crabtree's Guide to Good Fishing Tackle Daily Mirror 1969 boards
Coming Down the Zambezi Constable 1974  
The Piccolo Fishing Book Pan 1981 paperback
The Illustrated Memoirs of a Fisherman Merlin Unwin 1993  

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