Description - Australian Encyclopedia of Fishing by Bill Classon
The new Australian Encyclopedia of Fishing covers everything the successful and beginner angler needs to know. In over 400 colour pages there are hundreds of techniques, tips, fishing systems
and fishing tactics outlined for every style of fishing in Australia.
Whether you fish in freshwater, saltwater, from Darwin to Hobart or Perth to Sydney there is every technique for every angler. No matter what your preference: lurecasting , fly fishing, game fishing, bait fishing or sport fishing - it is covered. There is an extensive state by state location guide, tackle, saltwater boat fishing, saltwater shore fishing, freshwater boat fishing, landbased freshwater fishing and fly fishing sections.
The Encyclopedia includes a complete Australian Fish ID guide and an extensive and up to date section Knots and Rigs compiled be experts Nigel Webster and Bill Classon and illustrated by Trevor Hawkins. Plus an 80 page section on all Australian lures and how to use them. At over 400 pages it is the largest and most comprehensive reference on Australian fishing.
Completely up dated for the 2017/2018 fishing season.
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Format: Paperback / softback
(285mm x 220mm x 20mm)
Australian Fishing Network
Publisher: Australian Fishing Network
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