Saltwater Fishing Made Easy

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 10, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 350 pages
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Your one-stop guide for saltwater fishing in North America

Whether you’re an experienced angler looking to improve your skills or a beginner just discovering the joys of saltwater fishing, this authoritative guide will help you bring in bigger and better fish every time you cast your line. Saltwater Fishing Made Easy is your all-in-one resource for fishing methods and techniques, tackle and bait, and, most important, the fish themselves. Before you go on your next fishing excursion, make sure this book is in your tackle box. Inside you will learn:

  • Every method and technique of saltwater fishing: surf casting, fly fishing, jigging, trolling, chumming, and more
  • What you need to know about more than 75 popular game fish found on the North American coasts, including feeding habits, preferred environments, and the best techniques for catching them
  • Basic equipment, from rods and reels to bait and boats
  • Step-by-step instructions for tying the 13 most useful fishing knots
  • Proper techniques for cleaning, scaling, and filleting your catch
  • Helpful advice in legal, ethical, and safety issues

Martin Pollizotto has fished America's three coasts for more than forty years, and for five years wrote a monthly column on saltwater fishing for a local U.S. Power Squadrons division.

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Contents

Part 2 Fishing Equipment
17
Part 3 Fishing Techniques and Methods
113
Part 4 The Payoff
155
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Martin Pollizotto has fished extensively on America's three coasts for 40 years and has written a monthly column on saltwater fishing for the U.S. Power Squadrons.

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