eBook Saltwater Salmon Angling download
by Bob Mottram
Author: Bob Mottram
Publisher: Frank Amato Pubns; First Edition, first printing edition (January 1, 1990)
ePub: 1546 kb
Fb2: 1642 kb
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Subcategory: Hunting and Fishing
Saltwater salmon angling. by. Mottram, Bob. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
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Vintage, 1989,published by Frank Amato Publications. Vintage, 1989,published by Frank Amato Publications. There are 13 pages of b/w photos showing how to rig herring bait and how to clean and fillet a salmon, plus there is a complete index.
Al Ristori is a frequent contributor to the Salt Water Fisherman. Very basic book about salt water fishing. He has authored several books, including Fishing for Bluefish, North American Saltwater Fishing, and The Saltwater Fish Identifier. He lives in Manasquan, New Jersey.
The official page for Saltwater Boat Angling Magazine a monthly magazine for anglers afloat.
The American Angler's Book Embracing the Natural History of Sporting Fish and the Art of Taking Them with Instructions in Fly-Fishing, Fly-Making, and Rod-Making and Directions for Fish-Breeding.
The American Angler's Book Embracing the Natural History of Sporting Fish and the Art of Taking Them with Instructions in Fly-Fishing, Fly-Making, and Rod-Making and Directions for Fish-Breeding, to which is appended Dies Piscatoriae Describing Noted Fishing-Places, and The Pleasure of Solitary Fly-Fishing is an early American angling book by Thaddeus Norris (1811-1877) first published in 1864. Norris was known as Uncle Thad and commonly referred to in American angling history as "The American Walton".
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This is definitely notable, but tennis and salmon angling? I have a hard time finding the correlation. This is usually a section written to pump up the contents of the book and I would give a fair guess that most people browse through the typical Foreword and carry on. In the case of The Atlantic Salmon Handbook I would contend that the Foreword is well worth the cost of the book. Written by Dr. Wilfred M. Carter, one of the founding fathers of the Atlantic Salmon Federation (or International Atlantic Salmon Federation as it was then known) is a great opening for this book.