The New Encyclopedia of FishingBook - 2001
The most comprehensive single-volume guide to fishing on the market! One of the world's most popular participatory sports, fishing offers an unparalleled range of styles, from the patient pursuit of trout on quiet streams to the thrill of big-game fishing on the open sea. Here in one volume is all the information and advice on the equipment and techniques you need to catch any species of shish in any type of water. The New Encyclopedia of Fishing features a fully up-to-date photographic list of tackle, from rods, reels, lines, weights, and hooks, to suitable clothing and footwear. A complete catalog of baits shows natural and artificial lures for both fresh water and marine fish, and gives advice on how to use them successfully and with concern for other wildlife. A dazzling visual directory features over 200 freshwater and marine species. There is guidance on where in the world each species is to be found, and how it is most likely to be caught. exquisitely detailed artwork not only shows the fish in their entirety, but also highlights particular identifying features, species variations, and lifestyle details. All the basic techniques of freshwater and saltwater angling are covered in detail. Classic rigs for every style of fishing are shown, and step-by-step sequences clarify all the stages of casting, playing, and landing. The outstanding detail and clarity of The New Encyclopedia of Fishing make it indispensable for newcomer and experiences angler alike.
Publisher: New York, NY : DK Pub., Inc., 2001
Edition: Rev., 1st American ed. --
Branch Call Number: 799.103 New 3558ad 1
Characteristics: 288 p. :,col. ill., col. maps ;,29 cm