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Bill Dance S Fishing Wisdom

Author : Bill Dance
ISBN : 9781626369672
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Bill Dance is one of America’s best-known fishermen and has more than fifty years of on-water experience. Bill Dance’s Fishing Wisdom combines his years of experience, knowledge, and wit into 101 tips that are sure to help any freshwater angler catch more and even bigger fish! Bill offers advice that might surprise even the most experienced fisherman, such as the importance of matching your line size to your lure when topwater fishing and how to prevent 75 percent of line failures with better knots. Complete with drawings by Rob Walinchus and color photographs, Bill Dance’s Fishing Wisdom is key for any fisherman to have in his tackle box, boat, or lake cabin.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Hardcore Catfishing

Author : Keith Sutton
ISBN : 9781629148991
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 38.99 MB
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Catfish are among the largest and hardest fighting game fish found in North America. Master angler Keith "Catfish" Sutton shares his in-depth knowledge and reveals both time-tested and advanced catfishing techniques to make Catfishing: Beyond the Basics the ultimate handbook for catching these remarkable fish. Learn catfishing techniques for channel cats, blues, flatheads, and bullheads using innovative and alternative tactics. Find out about advanced baits and the use of a wide range of equipment and tackle. Catfishing: Beyond the Basics is your step-by-step guide to the lore, techniques, and secrets of catching catfish. Skyhorse Publishing is proud to publish a broad range of books for fishermen. Our books for anglers include titles that focus on fly fishing, bait fishing, fly-casting, spin casting, deep sea fishing, and surf fishing. Our books offer both practical advice on tackle, techniques, knots, and more, as well as lyrical prose on fishing for bass, trout, salmon, crappie, baitfish, catfish, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Fishing With Confidence

Author : John Mark Warren
ISBN : 9781616633073
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 87.76 MB
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In all of my years fishing, I've recognized that most of bass fishing's intelligentsia tends to focus on the bass and its behaviors to teach the angler how to better catch them. While this is important, too little time is devoted to helping the angler to understand the angler, and his/her responsibilities toward success. Anglers must have a better understanding of the limitations and governing factors of the sport, and of the common sense truths that promote the development of an indestructible confidence needed to execute the demands of fishing. Do you find that confidence in your bass angling skills is erratically elusive? Whether you're a seriously devoted tournament angler or an aspiring novice, every bass angler experiences this universal problem. And there are very specific and justifiable reasons for it. Fishing with Confidence addresses these reasons, and lights the way to more prosperous and confident fishing. Fishing with Confidence goes beyond the over exemplified and often redundant 'tips and techniques, ' and in groundbreaking fashion tells the story of bass fishing straight. Author John Mark Warren uses reasoned and sound fishing principles, his 35 years of insight, the wisdom and truth from professional anglers, and an exposure of a market driven media to create a template that ensures lasting self confidence in every aspiring and passionate bass angler. John has faced the challenges that every serious angler faces. His uncompromising standard of truth and accuracy shines a new light on just what makes good anglers more proficient and confident anglers. So, when you are done looking for manufactured remedies at your local bait shop, try honing your craft with Fishing with Confidence. 'Need to know everything that you need to know about bass fishing in order to return home grinning, and not grouching? Just absorb John Mark Warren's Fishing With Confidence! - Uncle Homer Circle, Award winning writer, published author, and Bass Fishing Icon
Category: Sports & Recreation

Roland Martin S One Hundred And One Bass Catching Secrets

Author : Roland Martin
ISBN : 0832904570
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 50.28 MB
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An expert fisherman reveals the techniques he uses to catch tournament winning bass, and the behavioral reasons why bass strike
Category: Sports & Recreation

Fishing Gone

Author : Sid Dobrin
ISBN : 9781623497583
Genre : Nature
File Size : 60.92 MB
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Humans have a rapacious relationship with the world’s ocean, extracting immeasurable quantities of its inhabitants and resources, while simultaneously depositing unbound sums of pollution into it. If we are to move toward sustainable practices, then we must first move toward ways of thinking about fish and fisheries beyond mere economic agendas. And there is one group in particular who could make an impact: saltwater anglers. Recreational saltwater fishing is big business and big culture. The industry is one of the largest in the United States, but that has not translated into a cohesive effort, agenda, or ethic. Saltwater anglers, a diverse group with a range of motivations, do not belong to a single organization through which to galvanize significant voting or lobbying power toward conservation regulation. As a result, federal policymakers have traditionally focused on commercial harvesting interests. Dubbed the “most contemplative of pastimes,” recreational fishing provides a valuable perspective on how humans interact with saltwater environments. Fishing, Gone? builds on this tradition of reflection and opens up the saltwater sportfishing life as a method for thinking through the current status of marine fisheries and environment. Author Sid Dobrin calls on fellow saltwater anglers to reconsider their relationship to fishes and the ocean—the sport can no longer be only about the joy and freedom of fishing, but it must also be about living for the ocean, living with the ocean, and living through the ocean. It is about securing the opportunity to fish on while meeting the economic and environmental challenges that lie ahead.
Category: Nature

Crappie Wisdom

Author : Al Lindners
ISBN : 0960525440
Genre : Crappie fishing
File Size : 55.62 MB
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Category: Crappie fishing

Field And Stream

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924086635004
Genre : Fishing
File Size : 61.22 MB
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Category: Fishing

Wisdom Of The Elders

Author : Ruth Kirk
ISBN : WISC:89060386687
Genre : Bella Coola (Indiens)
File Size : 34.8 MB
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Category: Bella Coola (Indiens)

Field Stream

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ISBN : PSU:000052070235
Genre : Fishing
File Size : 65.5 MB
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Category: Fishing

Parliamentary Papers

Author : Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
ISBN : STANFORD:36105022674118
Genre : Bills, Legislative
File Size : 50.23 MB
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Category: Bills, Legislative

Sessional Papers

Author : Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
ISBN : UOM:39015033906937
Genre : Great Britain
File Size : 39.1 MB
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Category: Great Britain

A Report Of Wisdom Synthesized From The Traditional Knowledge Component Studies

Author : Lea Bill
ISBN : MINN:31951D01629200C
Genre : Athabasca River Watershed (Alta.)
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"This report compiles native traditional knowledge from the Northern River Basins Study area, as obtained through historical research, personal interviews with First Nations individuals, and completion of an extensive survey. After outlining the processes used to gather traditional knowledge and a historical overview of the northern river basins, the report presents community research results organised to reflect the knowledge of each community in the study area. The results are divided according to subject: health, family and community relationships, traditional knowledge, and future expectations and recommendations. Themes covered include land, water, fish and wildlife, illness and fitness, traditional skills and their transmission from one generation to another, and changes that have occurred since arrival of Europeans. The report ends with a synthesis of knowledge relating to the present spiritual, emotional, physical, social, and intellectual environment."--Pub. desc.
Category: Athabasca River Watershed (Alta.)

Cast Your Nets

Author : Dr. Mark Henry Miller
ISBN : 1467860522
Genre : Religion
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What others find in CAST YOUR NETS It is said that a good sermon is delivered with the Bible in one hand and the daily newspaper in the other. Mark Miller adds a fishing rod to the mix, salting his wise reflections on ministry, faith, and life with insights that can only come while patiently waiting for the elusive yet exciting tug of the Spirit or a sockeye. John Thomas, General Minister and President, United Church of Christ Mark Henry Miller notices little things that the rest of us often miss: the person in the corner who doesn't go along with what others see as a consensus, the surprising kind act by the contentious opponent, the fish swimming upstream. And he thinks about what he has noticed and shares what he has learned. He shows us how to reflect in the midst of practice, which is essential to effective ministry. William McKinney--President, Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA Mark writes with wit, humor, and grace. His insights will stay with you long after the reading is done. --Jim Thayer, novelist and professor Short, pithy, inspirational stories for everyday ministry--a good source for daily devotional material, provocative meeting openers or sermon illustrations. Each epistle has an easily grasped point that touches a deep spiritual issue or practice of both ministry and everyday life lived with intentional faithfulness. Paul Forman, United Church of Christ Minister Mark Henry Miller's always insightful, sometimes whimsical pastoral epistles are a delight and a challenge to read - challenging our everyday way of seeing things and letting us glimpse a bit of what might be if we only have eyes to see and ears to hear and hearts to love. Joanne Carlson Brown, Methodist Minister
Category: Religion