To the salmon fisherman the name of A. H. E. Wood stands alone for he revolutionized salmon fishing and had just perfected another method with a complete set of flies at the time of his death. Although he had written nothing except the chapter in the Lonsdale Library's volume on Salmon Fishing, for publication he kept a detailed record of all his experiments, observations and conclusions. Jock Scott whom he named as his literary executor explains Wood's methods and incorporates his records. King Salmon grows more popular every day and his subjects are sure bait for any good book on the sport. This is a good one. A sure bet.