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NORTH AMERICAN FISHING: THE PREMIER GUIDE TO ANGLING IN FRESHWATER AND SALTWATER
Author: Ken Schultz, fishing editor of Field and Stream
Publisher: NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK, Sep 2001
Modern, informative - a much needed reference for the 50 million anglers in the U.S., a perfect intro for the several million newcomers to the sport each season. Strategies, techniques & equip for pursuing all kinds of fresh & saltwater fish. 225 color photos; 9x11 inches, 256 pgs.
This modern, informative and handsomely illusrated book on North American fishing is a much needed reference for the 50 million anglers in the U.S., a perfect intro for the several million newcomers to the sport each season, and an excellent gift item for all those who love to fish.
Aimed at the vast majority of novice and intermediate level anglers, the book provides anglers with all the information they need. It details strategies, techniques and equipment for pursuing all kinds of freshwater and saltwater fish, as well as making the perfect catch. Full-color photographs, artwork and dramatic full-page action shots bring the excitement and immediacy of this classic sport to life.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Ken Shultz is the fishing editor of Field & Stream magazine, the largest sportsman's publication in the world, with nearly 10 million readers monthly. He has been an outdoor correspondent for the New York Times, and is the author of 12 books, including Ken Schultz's Fishing Encyclopedia & Worldwide Angling Guide. He lives in Forestburgh, New York.