The James River Guide
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The James River Guide

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The James River is the most popular canoeing and smallmouth bass fishing destination in Virginia. Miles of free-flowing stream set amidst picturesque countryside and magnificent hardwood forests provide the perfect retreat for thousands of visitors a year. Bruce Ingram has lived in this region his entire life and has floated, fished and photographed the entire river. The J...more
Published by Ecopress (first published June 15th 2007)
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Much better than I expected. I thought it would be a pretty basic overview of the various floats on the river, but Ingram goes into some wildlife, history, etc. He dedicates some time to specific fishing locations and even lure suggestions (focusing on smallmouths). It's a quick read, but seemingly essential before tackling the James.
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