PERCH: CONTEMPORARY DAYS & WAYS
Author: John Bailey & Roger Miller
Publisher: INDEPENDANT PUBLISHERS GROUP, Sep 2005
A must for all perch fishermen. Fully illustrated w/ 120 B&W photos & explanatory diagrams; 8-pg. color section; 7x9 inches, 160 pgs.
Devastated by disease in the early 1970s, perch are becoming more widespread ? recolonising their former domains ? and an interest in perch fishing has re-kindled.
Inspired by this new enthusiasm, John Bailey and Roger Miller had produced this, the first major study of the species.
The bulk of the book comprises tales of successful perch fishing trips of the 1980s, but there is also a brief history of Perch Disease, advice on choice of rigs and tackles and information on the use of fish-recorders in perch fishing.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
John Bailey has had a lifetime's passion for angling & has fished for virtually every fresh-water species in over 20 countries around the world. He is the author of many books & magazine articles on fishing, travel & the natural world, and is a frequent contributor to radio & TV as broadcaster, presenter & writer.
Roger Miller is a keen fisherman & a regular contributor to the angling press. He has written & co-authored a number of books on angling for Crowood.