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1 FLORIDA SPORTSMAN: SPORT FISH OF FLORIDA ON THE WATER GUIDE
Outdoor Sportsman Group ? Inte 1934622494 / 9781934622490 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $7.20 + shipping 




The 50 most popular species in Florida. Keep the waterproof, tear-proof guide on you at all times to help you I.D. what you catch. 6x9 inches.


'Now it's easier than ever to identify what's on the end of your line. The editors of Florida Sportsman magazine have selected the 50 most popular sought after fish species, both inshore and offshore, from Vic Dunaway's popular Sport Fish book series and compiled them in an easy to carry three-fold field guide. The On The Water Guide will not only give you tips on the best tackle and techniques to catch these popular species, but you'll be able to confirm that you did indeed catch your targeted species with the lifelike illustrations included. The Sport Fish On The Water Guide is the perfect companion to the popular Sport Fish book series. 
Price: 7.20 USD
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2 THE HUNT FOR BIG STRIPERS: SURFCASTING STRATEGIES OF THE EXPERTS
Zeno Hromin 1607027615 / 9781607027614 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $17.60 + shipping 




Every surfcaster, from seasoned veteran to novice, dreams about catching a big striped bass. Here is a book that will help you do just that. 6x9 inches; 240 pgs.


'Veteran surfcaster Zeno Hromin shares his strategies and techniques when targeting big stripers. In addition to his own thoughts, he has assembled a cast consisting of some of today's finest Northeast surfcasters. These very successful big fish hunters share their secrets for catching that striper of your dreams. From advice on which moon or tide period is most productive when targeting big fish, to a discussion on gear choices which will help you stay out of harm's way on the rocks, this book covers it all. Each contributing expert shares his favorite strategy on targeting big stripers in detail rarely found in a single publication. From their choice of tides, locations, gear and rigs, to specific time of the season, weather and baitfish patterns, these authors share their techniques to help you catch a big fish. Of course, no book would be complete without a thorough examination of the angler's ethics in our modern world and this book is no exception. The Hunt for Big Stripers is destined to become a classic reference book for all surfcasters who are looking to improve their success when targeting bigger fish. Zeno Hromin is a frequent contributor to northeast fishing publications, in print and on the Internet. He is an author of "The Art of Surfcasting with Lures" which has been called "the new surfcasting bible". -from the Introduction by legendary NY surfcaster Al Bentsen Zeno Hromin's new book takes a quantum leap forward and puts the reader in touch with expert surf fishermen who share with the reader methods of fishing that he may know little or nothing about. This is Zeno's second book and it's another home run. Never has an angler put so much between the covers of two books. I am certain that this book will help you put that "bass of your dreams" on the sand. 
Price: 17.60 USD
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3 Aaron Adams THE ORVIS GUIDE TO FLY FISHING FOR COASTAL GAMEFISH
NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK 0762779128 / 9780762779123 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $13.70 + shipping 




For anglers of tropical, sub-tropical & warm-water fish, the comprehensive guide to coastal fishing. Color & B&W photos & drawings; 6x9 inches, 304 pgs.


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Marine researcher Aaron Adams shares his knowledge about sea grass, mangroves, salt marshes, oyster bars, shorelines, beaches, sand flats, and coral reefs from the Caribbean to the Carolinas, the Gulf of Mexico to the Florida coast, to give you what you need to know to fish for tropical, subtropical, and warm-water species. Behavior, life cycles, and fishing tips for 25 marine gamefish and their prey are included. Species include red drum, spotted seatrout, permit, bonefish, snook, tarpon, barracuda, snapper, ladyfish, weakfish, bluefish, striped bass, cobia, cero mackerel, Spanish mackerel, and jacks. 
Price: 13.70 USD
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4 Al Raychard BONEFISH TARPON PERMIT: FISHING GUIDE
Frank Amato Publications 1571880500 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $12.40 + shipping 




Features practical methods for catching the "Big Three" on a fly. Al Raychard show you how to successfully catch bonefish, tarpon and permit. All color; 8x11 inches, 80 pgs.


'The Bahamas, Costa Rica, the Florida Keys--each of these destinations is paradise, but to a saltwater fly fisherman they are the ultimate paradise. Not only are they warm and beautiful, they offer up some of the most heart-stopping and challenging fish on earth. In this book Al covers the "big three"--bonefish, tarpon and permit--including a history and description of each, the best destinations for each fish, the most productive flies and techniques, knots, and more! 
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5 Al Ristori THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO SALTWATER FISHING: HOW TO CATCH STRIPED BASS, SHARKS, TUNA, SALMON, LING COD, AND MORE
SKYHORSE 1616085908 / 9781616085902 Hardcover BOOK 
Price:  $9.80 + shipping 




Complete book contains valuable info on more than 125 popular saltwater gamefish species. Includes tips & insights on selecting the correct rods & reels for each gamefish. 6x9 inches, 168 pgs.


'This complete book contains valuable information on more than 125 popular saltwater gamefish species. Includes tips and insights on selecting the correct rods and reels for each gamefish, an overview on terminal tackle, easy-to-follow illustrations of knots and rigging, conventional and fly-fishing techniques, a lowdown on boats and marine electronics, and a section on marine conservation and how you can help protect our gamefish populations.

About the Author:
Al Ristori
is a frequent contributor to the Salt Water Fisherman. He also writes a regular saltwater column for the Newark Star-Ledger (Newark, New Jersey) and is the conservation editor of the Fisherman magazine. He has authored several books, including Fishing for Bluefish, North American Saltwater Fishing, and The Saltwater Fish Identifier. He lives in Manasquan, New Jersey. 
Price: 9.80 USD
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6 Alan Caolo SIGHT-FISHING FOR STRIPED BASS
Frank Amato Publications 157188257X / 9781571882578 Hardcover BOOK 
Price:  $22.80 + shipping 




With decades of experience in the sport, Caolo shares this knowledge & experience to improve your sight fishing regardless of your skill level. Covers: sight-fishing waters; striped bass behavior in the sight-fishing condition; striper food sources; fly patterns for sight-fishing; spotting the fish; presentation & retrieve; angling strategies; tackle & equip; destinations; & more. Full color, 100 pgs.


'This definitive work is sure to become a classic. Advance word on this book has it as the book on striper fishing. With decades of experience in the sport, Caolo shares this knowledge and experience to improve your sight fishing regardless of your skill level'and regardless of species, as these sight-fishing techniques transfer to your favorite quarry. Caolo covers: sight-fishing waters; striped bass behavior in the sight-fishing condition; striper food sources; fly patterns for sight-fishing; spotting the fish; presentation and retrieve; angling strategies; tackle and equipment; destinations; and more. Whether you are an advanced or beginning sight-fisher, this book is a must for your fly-fishing library.

REVIEWS
'Sight-Fishing for Striped Bass by Alan Caolo will soon become the ultimate reference book on the subject. That he understands and knows this mainstream game fish is immediately evident. More importantly he understands the detail and nuances of sight-fishing light years beyond anything I have ever read on the subject and is able to articulate the information clearly.' --Anon.
 
Price: 22.80 USD
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7 Angelo Mojetta SIMON & SCHUSTER'S GUIDE TO SALTWATER FISH AND FISHING
SIMON & SCHUSTER 0671779478 / 9780671779474 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $4.60 + shipping 




More than 150 species of saltwater fish are described with information on their habitat, behavior, and distribution. Each entry is accompanied by a stunning full-color photograph. 150+ color photos, illustrations; 7.5x4.5 inches, 255 pgs.


 
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8 Anthony Palmiotti NAVIGATOR'S NOTEBOOK: A WORKBOOK FOR MARINE NAVIGATION
SCHIFFER BOOKS 0870336304 / 9780870336300 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $22.80 + shipping 




Professor Palmiotti's expertise, earned through his vast experience as mate and captain, is now available, here, in compact form, for both veteran seamen and officers in training. This guide is intended for professional mariners and for those studying for the US Coast Guard license examinations. 30 illus, 8.5x11 inches, 96 pgs.


'Addresses every major navigation problem with a short, accurate description, definitions of terms, and worked out examples. To help the reader the author has implemented real handouts from his classes, intended for students, as references, including worksheets for celestial and tide calculations. Vital information of all types is provided here, including a crash course in celestial and terrestrial navigation, magnetic deviation tables for calculating compass error, formulas for determining leeway, and tips for navigating close to home and across the oceans.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Anthony Palmiotti
is a Professor of Navigation at the SUNY Maritime College and holds a merchant marine officer's license as Master, 3000 GT, and Chief Mate, unlimited, Oceans. He has sailed on vessels ranging in size from coastal tugs to large oceangoing vessels and has brought this experience to the classroom in many years of teaching both ashore on the college campus and at sea aboard the college training ship. He has been published in maritime journals both domestic and international. He lives in New York State with his wife, a husky named Halo, and a garage full of self-built wooden canoes. 
Price: 22.80 USD
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9 Barney Farley FISHING YESTERDAY'S GULF COAST
Texas A&M University Press 1603440461 / 9781603440462 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $12.40 + shipping 




Renowned fishing guide Barney Farley worked the Texas coastal waters out of Port Aransas for more than half a century. In these stories and reflections, Farley imparts a lifetime of knowledge about fish?silver trout, sand trout, speckled trout, redfish, ling, catfish, jack, kingfish, you name it?& gives advice about how to fish, where to fish, & when to fish. 45 b&w photos, 29 line drawings; 6x9.25 inches, 168 pgs.


'Perhaps no one could chronicle the changes in sport and commercial fishing along the Central Texas Coast more ably and more passionately than Farley. When he came to Texas in 1910, he reported that he could get in a rowboat and using only a push pole, make his way "to the fishing grounds and catch a hundred pounds or more of trout and redfish" in a few hours. A couple of years later, the shrimp trawlers arrived. As they plied the Gulf in increasing numbers, they depleted the shrimp populations in the bays, and Farley watched the fish move farther and farther offshore, following their ever more elusive food source.

From his perspective in the mid-1960s, Farley was not satisfied simply to lament the disappearance of once-abundant species. He also strongly voiced his views on the need for conservation. Many of the problems he identified are still with us, and some of the solutions he prescribed have since been adopted.

This book is both an appealing reminiscence and a cautionary tale. Anyone who cares about fishing and the health of the Gulf's waters will find an authoritative and completely engaging voice in Barney Farley.

What people are saying about this book
"Barney's instructions and tips on how to catch fish consistently are as appropriate today as when Barney was a guide."
'from the introduction by Larry McEachron

"The importance of Barney Farley's book to conservation and sport fishing, as well as to the economic well-being of our Texas and Gulf Coast, cannot be over-emphasized."
'Dick Conolly

"Barney Farley is truly a legendary sport fisherman of our Gulf coast. His views on conservation of marine resources back 60 years are remarkably accurate today."
'Richard King

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
BARNEY FARLEY
was a Port Aransas fishing guide whose memories and stories about fishing the Texas coast were originally written in the 1960s for his family and friends. Their posthumous publication is supported by the Harvey Weil Sportsman Conservationist Award Trust of Corpus Christi. Number Three: Gulf Coast Studies, sponsored by Texas A&M University'Corpus Christi 
Price: 12.40 USD
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10 Bill Bishop Jr. HIGH ROLLERS: FLY FISHING FOR GIANT TARPON
NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK 0979346088 / 9780979346088 Hardcover BOOK 
Price:  $22.80 + shipping 




Tackles all aspects of tarpon fishing - from building leaders to bringing them in quickly. Includes: step-by-step instructions for tying IGFA leaders, the nuances of finding, casting to, hooking, & fighting giant tarpon; & insights & tips for running the boat, seeing fish, & reading the fish?s behavior. 13 color photos, 8-pg. color section, 138 B&W illus; 7x9 inches, 168 pgs.


'Detailed illustrations and text provide insight into:
* Tying and rigging lines and leaders
* Boat-handling tips
* Approaching and feeding fish
* Setting the hook
* Fighting and landing the fish quickly and safely

Artist and ardent angler Bill Bishop tackles all aspects of tarpon fishing--from building leaders to bringing them in quickly. Each chapter explores the core aspects of tarpon fishing in detail, including step-by-step instructions for tying IGFA leaders, the nuances of finding, casting to, hooking, and fighting giant tarpon, and insights and tips for running the boat, seeing fish, and reading the fish's behavior.

In addition to the technical aspects, Bishop's stories and humor take a look at the personal side of fishing, reminding us that despite the sometimes-serious undertaking of battling a 150-pound tarpon, fishing is still supposed to be fun. With more than 140 detailed pen-and-ink illustrations and photos by Mark Hatter, this book will help anyone who wants to hook, and land, more silver kings.

WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
'Bill Bishop has addressed the mental, physical, humorous, and technical aspects of fishing for tarpon in this invaluable book, writing in such a way that is both entertaining and instructive. I really like his style.' --Lefty Kreh

'Take advantage of this happy shortcut to the wild heart of tarpon fishing.' --Flip Pallot

'This book should go straight to the top of the must-read list for both newcomer and veteran fly anglers. When a master of the sport like Bill shares his techniques with detail and humor, I want to read it.' -- Sandy Moret, Florida Keys Outfitters

'Bishop brings out the passion, fever, and madness we share in our quest to hook 'high rollers,' displaying his skills as an artist while giving us advice on tackle and technique.' --Capt. Gary Ellis, President, Redbone, Inc.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Bill Bishop
is on the water over 150 days a year, fishing the waters of Boca Grande and Homosassa. His illustrations and artwork have appeared in several fly-fishing books and magazines. He lives in Orlando and Boca Grande, Florida. 
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11 Bill Horn SEASONS ON THE FLATS: AN ANGLER?S YEAR IN THE FLORIDA KEYS
NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK 0811701174 / 9780811701174 Hardcover BOOK 
Price:  $18.90 + shipping 




Migrations of fish, rise & fall of tides, & weather changes through the year in the Florida Keys. Both how-to tips for each season of the year & firsthand experiences recounted in detail. 45 B&W photos, 16-p. color section with 35 photos, 12 B&W illus, 3 maps; 6x9 inches, 160 pgs.


'Florida Keys fishing info covers northern species that arrive in winter, sailfish offshore, and Spanish mackerel in Florida Bay and the gulf. Silver tarpon cruise transparent waters in spring. Black-tailed permit return from offshore spawning in summer, and fishermen aim for the Grand Slam'catching a permit, tarpon, and bonefish on the same day. Cooler fall weather puts big bonefish on the flats and gives you one last chance for laid-up tarpon. Includes key's color and history, geology, ecology, and seasonal foods. Illustrations by Bob White.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Bill Horn
was Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and Parks under President Reagan. He served on the National Academy of Sciences Everglades restoration review committee and is a veteran Keys angler, having started his angling career there in 1954. He lives in Falls Church, Virginia, and Marathon Key, Florida. 
Price: 18.90 USD
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12 Bill Lambot THE LAST FIFTY FEET: ESSAYS ON SALT WATER FLY FISHING
Whitefish Press 0984267794 / 9780984267798 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $29.30 + shipping 




Fly fishing means different things to different people, and it can be different things to the same person at different times in life. For Lambot it as much a perspective, a philosophy, and a way of seeing things as it is a way to catch fish. 20 B&W images, 6x9 inches; 196 pgs.


'Fly fishing means different things to different people, and it can be different things to the same person at different times in life. It can be anything from a trifling past time to a religion. For me, now, it as much a perspective, a philosophy, and a way of seeing things as it is a way to catch fish. This is especially true about saltwater fly fishing.

The catching is still central however, and it should never to be discounted. It is the catching that saves fly fishing from becoming a completely symbolic endeavor. The reality of a fish, alive in your hands before you release it, protects fly fishing from becoming abstracted into just another metaphysical platform which supports yet another philosophical inquiry into the meaning of it all.

Whatever fly fishing becomes for you, it will continue to flow and change like the oceans, the tides, and the rivers that support it. You will eventually decide whether it is more like the entrance to a carnival or to a cathedral.

WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:

"The Last Fifty Feet is a perfectly delightful account, in clear, vivid prose, of the author's growing passion for saltwater fly fishing. Amusing, unusual, and genuinely exciting, Bill Lambot takes us with him as he catches a first bonefish, then pursues barracuda, permit, mackerel, and the great tarpon. This is a genial memoir any fly fisher will enjoy."

-- Nick Lyons, Author of Spring Creek and founder of The Lyons Press "One can feel the heat, smell the salt and join in the excitement of the take as Lambot's love of the chase washes over almost every page. A 'two fish' effort."

-- Hoagy B. Carmichael, Angling historian and author of 8 by Carmichael 
Price: 29.30 USD
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13 Bill Morris SALTWATER COWBOYS
JOHN F BLAIR PUBLISHER 1928556450 / 9781928556459 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $11.10 + shipping 




Strange doesn't begin to describe what's been happening in this small fishing village. Sea turtles are turning up in the most unusual places & Dodge wants to know who's behind the eco-pranks. Irresistibly funny & sure to reel you in. 5.5x8.5 inches, 224 pgs.


'Dodge Lawson has been around Croaker Neck long enough to see his share of strange things. But lately strange doesn't begin to describe what's been happening in this small fishing village. Sea turtles are turning up in the most unusual places and Dodge wants to know who's behind the eco-pranks. It just might be his friends -- a dying breed of backwater buckaroos struggling to retain their traditions & self-sufficient way of life.

His best friend is a shrimper whose ready smile & gifts with the hoi toide language land him a guest appearance before the state legislature. The there's Digger Davis, a skipper who lost his captain's license over an herbal indiscretion. And Pogy, the town mystic, whose necklace of arrowheads lets him whistle past the Graveyard of the Atlantic.

Dodge is the man in the middle, a dingbatter in love with a beautiful redhead on her own mission: saving the sea turtles. When a Yankee filmmaker down to his last reel shows up in town, the pranks escalate & events spiral out of control.

WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
"The best fictional take on what's really happening on Carolina's central coast since Margaret Maron's Shooting at Loons. Catch this rowdy ride!"
--Bland Simpson, author of Ghost Ship of Diamond Shoals

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Bill Morris
, now living in Beaufort, N.C., has been published ina variety of places including Urban Hiker, Spectator, Our State magazine, and Wildlife in North Carolina. 
Price: 11.10 USD
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14 Bob Dunn & Peter Goadby SALTWATER GAMESFISHES OF THE WORLD
Cardinal Publishing 1865130095 / 9781865130095 Hardcover BOOK 
Price:  $70.90 + shipping 




1000s of colored prints & items of choice tackle relating to the history of fishes & fishing down through the centuries.. Full color; 9x12 inches, 304 pgs.


'This is a book for all those who love the sea and the great oceanic and inshore fishes which inhabit it. It is a book, not only for anglers, but for marine scientists, nature lovers and seafarers of all nations who share a curiosity about these majestic creatures and how our knowledge of them slowly developed over the past two millennia.

For the scientist there is a 2000 year history of the early naturalist and fishes they first described, often in hostile and sometimes perilous circumstances. For the lover of wildlife and natural history art there are hundreds of old engravings, many hand colored with great delicacy, depicting the saltwater game fishes of the world. These illustrations are intensely evocative of the period and remind us of the skills of yesteryear, now largely lost. Finally, for the angler, there is the never-told-before history of the ancient sport of sea fishing from its origins in the mists of antiquity to the present day. In this fascinating odyssey the reader will encounter ancient battles with giant sharks including some off the earlier stories involving the great white shark. Meet the French naturalist who examined and described the first marlin and share his sense of wonderment at this unique creature. Read in the angler's own words the account of the giant tuna capture in 1898 which launched the modern-day sport of big game fishing. Coffee-table sizing that fits in a library.


WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING
"Let me congratulate both of you on your wonderful book. It is amazingly well researched and written, and the images are just perfect." --Gail M Morchower, Librarian, International Game Fish Association

"This book is not just a book for saltwater anglers. All anglers, whatever their individual persuasion will benefit from this erudite and highly readable investigation of the origins of their sport. Ichthyologists will enjoy the first modern history of their science in almost 200 years, a history brought to life by revealing portraits of the early naturalists. Few sports can boast a history as comprehensive as Saltwater Game Fishes of the World. Anglers everywhere should be proud that Bob Dunn and Peter Goadby had the vision and dedication to complete this momumental work." --Michael Leech, President, International Game Fish Association

"The section on the Naturalists is a wonderful summary of fish taxonomy and collections up to 1900. The level of scholorship is high indeed and the inclusion of the marvelous old fish figures will help bring this story to life for the audience." --Dr John Paxton, Research Fellow Fish Section, Australian Museum 
Price: 70.90 USD
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15 Bob Sampson FISHING THE CONNECTICUT AND RHODE ISLAND COASTS: A GUIDE TO THE BEST AND MOST PRODUCTIVE BEACH, BAY & INSHORE LOCATIONS
NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK 1580801099 / 9781580801096 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $13.70 + shipping 




Features some of the best nearshore saltwater fishing in the NE. A thorough guide to fishing these waters from a seasoned pro. Insider's tips on techniques & hot-spots guaranteed to produce results. 15 B&W photos; 6x8 inches, 208 pgs.


'The shoreline from Greenwich, Connecticut to Little Compton, Rhode Island features some of the best nearshore saltwater fishing in the Northeast. Here is a thorough guide to fishing these waters, from a seasoned pro. Includes insider's tips on techniques and hot-spots guaranteed to produce results.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Bob Sampson
is a long-time outdoors writer whose magazine credits include Salt Water Sportsman and many more. He lives in Storrs, Connecticut. 
Price: 13.70 USD
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16 Bob Sampson FLUKE : AN ANGLERS GUIDE
NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK 1580801285 / 9781580801287 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $13.70 + shipping 




A complete guide to catching a prized saltwater game fish, famous as great sport & great eating. Tackle, technique, baits & lures for catching fluke in bays, from boats, & in the surf. 50 B&W photos; 6x9 inches, 192 pgs.


'One of the Northeast's best fishermen here offers a complete guide to catching a prized saltwater game fish, famous as great sport and great eating. This book covers tackle, technique, baits & lures for catching fluke in bays, from boats, and in the surf. Strategies and pro techniques are emphasized throughout.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Bob Sampson
is the author of Fishing the Connecticut and Rhode Island Coasts and writes for Outdooor Life, The Fisherman, On the Water and other publications. He lives in Salem, CT. 
Price: 13.70 USD
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17 Bob T. Epstein A HISTORY OF FISHING IN THE FLORIDA KEYS: ANGLER'S PARADISE
History Press 1609499980 / 9781609499983 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $15.00 + shipping 




Since the arrival of Ponce de León in the 1500s, the Florida Keys have evolved from a dense, nearly impenetrable jungle full of bears, pumas, snakes, alligators & crocodiles into America's Caribbean islands. 6x9 inches, 160 pgs.


'The fish in the region have made the Keys one of the nation's favorite playgrounds for anglers. The Keys are home to more saltwater fishing records than any other angling destination in the world and offer sportsmen an array of amazing fish, from tarpon and Spanish mackerel to mahi-mahi and bonefish. U.S. presidents, celebrities and the world's greatest fishermen and women have cruised the waters of South Florida. Join author Bob Epstein on a journey through the storied history of fishing in the Florida Keys. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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18 Boris Arnov FISH FLORIDA SALTWATER
NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK 088415002X / 9780884150022 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $12.40 + shipping 




Wahoo, tarpon, snook & barracuda! Florida's salt waters have always been the best place in the world to catch these & other feisty game fishes. Packed with info about the habitat & habits of the angler's favorite fishes. 232 pgs.


'Wahoo, tarpon, snook and barracuda! Florida's salt waters have always been the best place in the world to catch these and other feisty game fishes. Packed with info about the habitat and habits of the angler's favorite fishes. 
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19 Brett Gaba FLY FISHING THE TIDEWATERS OF MARYLAND'S CHESAPEAKE BAY: A CALENDAR YEAR OF STORIES, SPOTS, AND RECIPES
SCHIFFER BOOKS 0764348841 / 9780764348846 Hardcover BOOK 
Price:  $22.80 + shipping 




Enjoy a thoughtful, rural, & down-to-earth portrait of Maryland?s Chesapeake Bay as seen by an avid fly fisherman. From isolated tidal rivers to unexpected spots beneath highway overpasses, each of the 12 stories, organized by the month of the year, offers a unique view of this diverse fishery with the straightforward sensitivity of an old country song.


'Enjoy a thoughtful, rural, and down-to-earth portrait of Maryland's Chesapeake Bay as seen by an avid fly fisherman. From isolated tidal rivers to unexpected spots beneath highway overpasses, each of the 12 stories, organized by the month of the year, offers a unique view of this diverse fishery with the straightforward sensitivity of an old country song.

Along with a thorough examination of the fishery, read about struggles with the economic difficulty of creating a home on Maryland's Eastern Shore; consider an elegy for a faithful truck; and find an unexpected winter redemption in a pawnshop. Each chapter includes wood cut prints by Danielle Spradley and the vintage photography of A. Aubrey Bodine. The stories are punctuated with old wives' tales and family recipes. All good fishing yarns provide anglers with insight and useful information, but these stories extend past the fishery of the Chesapeake Bay and into our daily lives.

About the Author:
Brett Gaba
is a writer and fisherman from western Maryland. He was the outdoors columnist for the Star Democrat, the upper Eastern Shore's daily newspaper, and his pieces on fly fishing have appeared in the the Kent County News, the Bay Times, and the Mid-Atlantic Fly Fishing Guide
Price: 22.80 USD
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20 Capatin Nick Karas SIGHT FISHING THE FLATS AND BEYOND
SKYHORSE 1634503368 / 9781634503365 Paperback BOOK 
Price:  $13.70 + shipping 




Effective sight-fishing tactics for a variety of species, including striped bass, bluefish, spotted seatrout, snook, permit, bonefish, & barracuda. How to choose fly-fishing tackle, flies, spinning gear, & boats to maximize your flats fishing & gives tips on sight-fishing the surf, mini-flats, tidal ponds, & shallow water. 7 drawings, 100 color photos; 8.5x11 inches, 112 pgs.


'Innovative techniques and gear to help you see the fish better

Fishing beaches, rips, flats, tidal ponds, shallow water and how the weather influences sight fishing

Rigging the boat plus the flies and lures to use

Sight-Fishing the Flats and Beyond offers effective sight-fishing tactics for a variety of species, including striped bass, bluefish, spotted seatrout, snook, permit, bonefish, and barracuda. Captain Nick Karas tells how to choose fly-fishing tackle, flies, spinning gear, and boats to maximize your flats fishing and gives tips on sight-fishing the surf, mini-flats, tidal ponds, and shallow water.

About the Author:
Captain Nick Karas
is a sight-fishing guide who lives in Orient, New York. He has written for Newsday and is the author of Striped Bass Fishing. 
Price: 13.70 USD
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