FALVEY'S GUIDE TO FISHING LONG ISLAND
Author: Kevin Falvey
Publisher: SCHIFFER BOOKS, May 2009
The most comprehensive, in-depth book to ever discuss species-specific techniques, rigging, & hotspots for sound, bay, & coastal waters surrounding Long Island, New York. 130 Photos & illus; 6x9 inches, 232 pgs.
Kevin Falvey details fishing in Long Island?s waters with a species-by-species approach, covering winter & summer flounder, striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, blackfish, black sea bass, porgy, & other species, case-by-case. Each chapter is capped off with custom-marked charts that show anglers the hotspots where they?ll find the fish.
The book also includes a comprehensive knot-tying guide with custom illustrations. But Falvey goes even further: he ties the ?why? to the ?how? for anglers?not only will he tell you where & when to hook into a cow striper, he?ll also tell you why the fish will bite in that specific spot at that specific stage of the tide on that specific lure.
Once an angler understands why a fish will bite, he can predict where & when others will?gaining the ability to apply their knowledge to fisheries in other places, at other times. Falvey?s Guide packs generations of fishing experience into its 232 pages, & with 130 pictures & illustrations, makes that know-how easy to understand.
About the Author:
Outdoors writer Kevin Falvey grew up fishing Long Island?s waters from Throg?s Neck to Montauk, and currently lives in East Quogue. He is a long-time contributor to The Fisherman magazine and is senior technical editor at BOATING magazine.