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Dorling Kindersley Pub., 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Meet John Bailey, renowned fishing author and television host. Learn from John's expert advice-what tackle you need, which flies to choose, how to cast, and the best way to land a catch-all presented in a clear and understandable way. Step-by-step photography and simple instructions explain all aspects of fishing, from freshwater to shoreline fishing. With this book you can take your first steps to becoming a fantastic fisher.

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John Bailey has a well-deserved reputation as one of the world's greatest fishing authorities and is the author of DK's Freshwater Fishing as well as several other successful titles. Peter Gathercole is a leading fly dresser, gamefishing author, and natural history photographer, and his articles have appeared in many books and magazines. The author of The Handbook of Fly Tying, Gathercole has fished in Europe, North America, and Papua New Guinea. Trevor Housby was a professional angler for over 30 years. He held records for blue marlin, blue shark, whitetip shark, white marlin, and wahoo. He wrote more than 40 books on fishing and was a contributor to many angling magazines. Trevor Housby died shortly after his work on DK's Encyclopedia of Fishing was completed. Dennis Moss is a tackle manufacturer and a regular contributor to many different fishing magazines. He has fished in man countries, including Ireland, Norway, France, and Taiwan. Bruce Vaughan is a tackle manufacturer and a regular contributor to various magazines. He has worked as deputy editor of Coarse Fishing, Angling, and Sea Angling magazines. Phil Williams is a regular contributor to numerous angling magazines, including Sea Angler, and Angler's Mail. He founded the magazines Boat Fisherman and Sea Fishing, and is the author of three books.

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