'Thames Angling News' Edited by F. H. Amphlett, Vol I No 4, February 1897. Includes letter from A. E. Hobbs, Hon. Secretary Henley and District Preservation Society regarding turning in 400 trout between Henley and Magpie Island.
Photograph of a fish caught in the River Thames by A. E. Hobbs.
Black and white photograph depicting a trout on a patch of earth, by a tree and plants. Leaning on the tree is a card stating: 'Mr. A. E. Hobbs, Hon. Sec., Fisheries Preservation Association, 28 Hart Street, Henley-on-Thames.'
Photograph of a fish caught in the River Thames by A. E. Hobbs
Black and white photograph depicting a trout on a display with a piece of cloth over a rock and leaves laid out underneath the fish. Also in the display is a fishing reel and a ruler.
Black and white photograph of Thames Conservancy Boatman C Moss of M L Colne.
Photographed by Grenville of Maidenhead in 1926.
This photograph is part of an album kindly loaned to the River & Rowing Museum.