FISHING MINNESOTA: ANGLING WITH THE EXPERTS IN THE LAND OF 10,000 LAKES
Author: Greg Breining
Publisher: PFEIFER-HAMILTO PUBLISHING, Mar 2003
Snell a yarn fly, find the biggest muskies, pick the best minnows for Mille Lacs. Comprehensive how-to-guide for fishing Minnesota's many lakes & streams, full of tips from the region's best tournament anglers, most experienced fisheries biologists, & never-fail professional guides. ll halftones, 6 line art; 6x9 inches, 160 pgs.
An insider's look at the skills and thrills of fishing.
Fishing is more than catching fish. It is travel, nature, adventure, friendships, and discovery. In Fishing Minnesota, Greg Breining tags along with expert anglers and reports what they have spent years learning. He fishes for Lake Superior steelhead with Shawn Perich, small-stream smallmouth bass with Tim Holschlag, stream trout with Jay Bunke, and north-country muskies with Mark Windels. Along the way, Breining comes to understand not only how they catch fish, but why they go to the trouble.
Nowhere else will you find a comprehensive how-to-guide for fishing Minnesota's many lakes and streams, full of tips from the region's best tournament anglers, most experienced fisheries biologists, and never-fail professional guides. Breining shares their secrets on such topics as how to snell a yarn fly, where to find the biggest muskies in any lake, and how to pick the best minnows for Mille Lacs. Breining gives us that coveted experience of being in the boat with the pros.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Greg Breining is the managing editor of the Minnesota Conservation Volunteer and the author of many books, inluding Wild Shore (Minnesota, 2000), Minnesota (2000), and Return of the Eagle (1994). He lives in St. Paul.