Fishing for Dummies (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, May 9, 2011 - Sports & Recreation - 384 pages
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Make fishing easier and more rewarding every time you pick up your rod and reel

No one can promise that you will catch fish all the time. For as long as we've been catching fish, fish have been outsmarting us. But there are tips and pointers that even the most seasoned anglers can pick up!

Fishing For Dummies helps you prepare for what awaits beyond the shore. From trout to carp and bass to bonefish, you'll get coverage of the latest and greatest techniques to fish like a pro.

  • The latest in fishing line and equipment technology, including new electronics and gadgets
  • An expanded section on casting methods for spinning tackle and bait casting
  • 8 pages of full-color fish illustrations

If you're one of the millions of people who enjoy fishing, whether for fun or sport, this hands-on, friendly guide gives you everything you need to keep "The Big One" from getting away!

  

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Review: Fishing for Dummies

User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

As a complete novice fisherman with only an hour or so of on-the-lake training from an experienced angler, I was baffled to go into Bass Pro and see just how much STUFF there could be for fishing. A ... Read full review

Review: Fishing for Dummies (US Edition)

User Review  - Laura Gilfillan - Goodreads

I had a good time reading this book. Since I am not an ice fisher, I have to wait for appropriate weather to get out on the pier, or bank, or wherever I manage to get myself near water, with pole in ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Peter Kaminsky has written for Outdoor Life, Field & Stream, and The New York Times "Outdoors" column and is the author of numerous books on cooking and fishing.

Greg Schwipps' work has appeared in outdoor magazines such as Outdoor Indiana, Indiana Game & Fish, and In-Fisherman.

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