|Fishing for Dummies
by Peter Kaminsky
The always entertaining and instructional "... for Dummies" series reeled in witty outdoors writer Peter Kaminsky to keep the rest of us fed - as in food for the table and food for thought - with this step-by-step guide to pretty much every right and obtuse angle on angling. As with all the books in the series, Fishing is filled with punchy advice, plenty of diagrams, and a series of Top 10 lists that should bag aspiring fishers hook, line, and sinker.
|Complete Idiot's Guide to Fishing Basics
by Mike Toth, Brian Mac Moyer (Illustrator), Jerry McKinnis
Baiting, casting, reeling in a fish, finding the location, getting a charter, dealing with the fish caught, and much more, Mike Toth has done it all. The new book is full of information for the novice and experienced angler.
| Ken Schultz's Fishing Encyclopedia
by Ken Schultz
The only comprehensive, authoritative, and up-to-date fishing encyclopedia available, it covers every aspect of angling - from, casual lake fishing to international sport and game fishing - with more than 2,250 extensive encyclopedia entries covering places, fish species, equipment, techniques, and more. It describes fishing around the world - saltwater and freshwater - plus new developments in modern environmental and conservation programs and issues...
| McClane's New Standard Fishing
And International Angling Guide
by A. J. McClane (Editor), Richard E. Younger (Illustrator)
All methods of fresh and saltwater fishing are covered in more than 6,000 entries, drawings, charts, diagrams, and step-by-step illustrated lessons.
The Premier Guide to Angling in Freshwater and Saltwater
by Ken Schultz
|Fishing : A Guide to Fresh and Salt-Water
by George S. Fichter, Phil Francis, Tom Dolan (Illustrator), Ken Martin (Illustrator), Harry McNaught (Illustrator)
An illustrated guide to fresh and salt water fishing and over 600 species of fish.
|The Art of
A Complete Guide to Freshwater Methods and Tackle
by Ken Schultz
This complete guide to techniques and equipment is now updated and improved with numerous high-quality photographs and all-new drawings to clearly illustrate the methods and gear described. For beginners to experts, this outstanding guide covers such topics as downriggers, flat lines and sideplaners, sonar, lures, non-motor trolling, and other vital information on fishing for striped and black bass, muskellunge, walleye, salmon, and trout.
|The Troller's Handbook
by Ray Rychnovsky
An in-depth treatment of fresh and saltwater trolling methods for all game fish. The author explains how to achieve the most effective trolling speeds and the proper tackle, lines, and gear to use. Dozens of photographs and graphs.
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