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Secrets of Bait Fishing

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By: Bennett, D.W.
ISBN: 0-88839-087-4
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 8.5" X 5.5"
Pages: 66
Photos: 0
Illustrations: 46
Publication Date: 1982

Description

PR Highlights: A Guide to Fishing and Preparing Your own Bait.
PHOTO Highlights: B/w cartoon line drawings throughout.

Description: This well illustrated handbook offers handy hints for the eager bait-fisherman: where to find bait, how to catch it, how to prepare it, and when to use which kind. 
This well illustrated handbook offers handy hints for the eager bait-fisherman: where to find bait, how to catch it, how to prepare it, and when to use which kind. Part of the fun of fishing is catching your own bait. Dig for clams, scrabble for worms, practice throwing a net after schools of little baitfish - and then go after the big ones! This well-illustrated handbook offers handy hints for eager baitfishermen: where to find bait, how to catch it, how to prepare it, and when to use which kinds. And if, after all this good advice, you still don't succeed in making a BIG catch, there are even suggestions on making a delicious meal out of some of your bait offerings.

Author Biography

Dery W. Bennett has been in and out of water most of his life; as an officer of an underwater demolition team in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, and the Arctic, and as an avid canoeist of the rivers and bays of eastern North America. He has also spent some time as a journalist and contributor to such publications as The New York Times and New York Magazine. Bennett has several fishing books to his credit and now edits the Littoral Society's magazine, Underwater Naturalist.

Book Reviews

By Gary Wiley on July 21, 2013

I thought that the book was a detailed source of information about bait fishing, I like it because the subject served its' purpose for me.
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