| A Field Guide to Freshwater Fishes
North American North of Mexico (Peterson Field Guides)
by Lawrence M. Page, Brooks M. Burr, Eugene C., III Beckham (Illustrator), Roger Tory Peterson
The first and only guide to cover all 790 species found in North America north of Mexico, from the almighty Chinook Salmon to the tiny but notorious Snail Darter. Here are the field marks, habits and habitats of each species, including more than 700 illustrations and 377 detailed maps.
|McClane's Field Guide to Freshwater Fishes of North America
by Albert Jules McClane
|The Angler's Guide to Freshwater Fish of North America
by Eric L. Sorenson
Providing a look into the biology and behavior of more than sixty species of freshwater game fish - including small- and large-mouth bass, sunfish, crappies, trout, salmon, catfish, walleye, northern pike, muskie, sturgeon, and more - this book provides a solid background for anglers throughout North America.
|Salmon, Trout & Charr of the World
A Fisherman's Natural History
by Rupert Watson
"I would recommend this book not only to fisherman but to all who conduct research on salmonids or who deal with their management and conservation. Salmon, Trout, and Charr of the World is not only the best interpretation of salmonid science for fisherman but perhaps also the best simple summary of the biology of this important group of fishes." - A reader
|Freshwater Fishes of the Carolinas, Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware
by Fred C. Rohde, Rudolf G. Arndt, David G. Lindquist (Contributor), James F. Parnell (Contributor)
A guide to identifying freshwater fishes native to the Mid-Atlantic states and the Carolinas. Gives detailed descriptions of more than 260 species of fish, with notes on distribution and abundance, habitat, and natural history. Provides information on where and how to catch freshwater fishes, how to observe and photograph fish, and how to care for them in captivity.
|The Inland Fishes of Mississippi
by Stephen T. Ross
|Fishes of Arkansas
by Henry W. Robison, Thomas M. Buchanan
"Fishes of Arkansas is a visual treat--a species by species documentation of the incredible diversity of freshwater fish found in that state's streams and waterways." - A reader
|Fishes of the Central United States
by Joseph R. Tomelleri (Illustrator), Mark E. Eberle (Contributor)
Included are the fishes of the entire central U.S. - from the Great Lakes through the Mississippi Valley to the southern tip of Texas, and west to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
|Freshwater Fishes of Texas
by Nancy McGowan, Earl W., II Chilton, Andrew H. Price
This colorful, attractive publication features 46 of Texas' most important and interesting freshwater fishes and gives details on each species' distribution, appearance, and life habits, along with angling tips and other fishing information.
|Fishes of Wisconsin
by George C. Becker
This magnificent, encyclopedic reference to 157 fish species - which are found not only in Wisconsin but also in much of the Great Lakes region and Mississippi River watershed - has been a model for all other such works. In addition to comprehensive species accounts, Becker discusses water resources and fisheries management from both historical and practical policy perspectives.
|Fishes of Idaho
by James C. Simpson, Richard L. Wallace
|A Guide to California's Freshwater Fishes
by Bob Madgic, William L. Crary (Illustrator)
"Provides anglers, outdoor enthusiasts, and others with descriptions and detailed color illustrations of the fish occupying California waters. Includes important current status reports on the state's precious native species, as well as on some introduced fish." - Book News
|Hawaii's Native and Exotic Freshwater Animals
by Mike N. Yamamato, Annette W. Tagawa, Laurie Shimizu Ide
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