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Guide to Fishing

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Kiss the competition goodbye! The only guide you'll ever need to become a success at fishing. Learn how to buy the right reel and rod, and cast like a pro. discover when to fish, how to read the water, and which bait to use. Unravel the mysteries of knots, lines, swivels, and leaders. find out how to increase and preserve your catch. The KISS Series delivers its promise: s ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published March 13th 2002 by DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
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Mar 18, 2010 rated it really liked it
Shelves: librarybook, fishing
I really liked this book. It was easy and fun to read, mostly due to the author's good sense of humor and sarcasm. While the book is aimed at absolute beginners to fishing, it has enough clearly written material that even an intermediate or advanced angler would gain knowledge from reading the book. The book breaks down the mechanics of fishing very well, from tying knots, to casting, to how to know that you have a nibble on your line.

The book summarizes very nicely: Find a tackle store that wil
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