A complete how-to guide with detailed, step-by-step info. Includes: fishing from a boat vs. shore; finding the best rod, reel & line; choosing the best terminal tackle; keeping live bait; fly fishing & ice fishing methods for success. 100 color photos & illus; 8.5x11 inches, 112 pgs.
Each year, more than 30 million anglers go after these popular freshwater fish. This basic outdoor reference book in the Freshwater Angler series is a complete how-to guide with detailed, step-by-step information accompanied by close-up photographs.
The author identifies each common North American species, discusses where to find it and reveals what strategies and equipment work best for catching sunfish (bluegill, redear, pumpkinseed, redbreast, warmouth, green, longear), perch (yellow, white, Rio Grande, Sacramento, flier), crappies and bass.
Chapters include details on fishing from a boat versus the shore, finding the best rod, reel and line, choosing the best terminal tackle, keeping live bait, fly fishing and ice fishing methods for success.
About the Author:
Shawn Perich is an avid angler and hunter. His outdoor and conservation articles and columns have appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers. Shawn has authored many books, including Whitetail Hunting, Fly-Fishing the North Country, and Fishing Lake Superior.