North American FishingBook - 2007
A modern, inclusive, informative, and handsomely illustrated book that's ideal for the living room, the den, or a waterside retreat, Ken Schultz's North American Fishing features more than 230 color photos and dozens of illustrations that depict the equipment, species, and methods used across the rivers, lakes, and oceans of the United States, Canada, and Mexico. This 256-page book provides distilled yet comprehensive information about angling for all of the most popular and available gamefish species, cutting through the maze of equipment and technique so that anglers of all levels of experience will find it easy not only to learn but to do. Straightforward condensed text in distinct sections details facts and information that provide fundamental knowledge about species, equipment, and techniques.Whether fishing adventures take readers to mountain creeks, backwater ponds, heartland reservoirs, wilderness rivers, tidal flats, or offshore canyons - and no matter whether they fish for trout or tarpon, bass or bonefish, pike or permit - Ken Schultz's North American Fishing has what they need to be a successful angler.
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Creative Outdoors, 2007
Branch Call Number: 799.1097 Sch 3558ad 1
Characteristics: 256 p. :,ill. (chiefly col.)
Alternative Title: Ken Schultz's North American fishing