Confessions Of A Carp Fisher

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Confessions Of A Northern Angler

Author : S. Hemsley
ISBN : 1987542479
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Be prepared to be taken into the history of angling at its best. See the past present and future. Enjoy the laughter, the joy of a life time of angling experiences. See your sport in a different way. Unlike book two: Confessions of a northern angler, "secrets revealed". The first book looks at the angler, and the fish in a very different way, for the angler is a very connected but strange creature. From the young lad with a cane to the old master, who is still learning. In the background, nature is never far away. it is a personal book with much to offer. watch out for those golden nuggets and moments that not many see or hear about. All written by an angler with many large captures. the: Tench Bream Roach, Carp Perch , Eel and many other species have all been angled for with huge success! in a land where large fish are hard to come by. If its tactics you want, then fishing Secrets is a must. If its a trip down memory lane, with a sprinkling of on the bank methods, always set with nature in mind, and a few hilarious yarns along the way then this is the book for you. Enjoy!

Biology And Ecology Of Carp

Author : Constanze Pietsch
ISBN : 9781482206654
Genre : Science
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Carp are the backbone of a growing aquaculture industry. They facilitate scientific progress as a model species in laboratories, cause concern for ecosystem managers as an invasive species, and mesmerize anglers as big game. In addition, ornamental koi carp fascinate hobby breeders. Biology and Ecology of Carp covers all these facets of this freshwater fish. Informative and engaging contributions from renowned experts review the current state of research on carp and present their original findings. Thirteen cross-linked chapters provide an exhaustive yet easily accessible treatise explorinig: Carp aquaculture Natural and artificial reproduction Feeding and growth Ecosystem effects of carp Effects of disease agents and toxic substances on carp Color illustrations and infoboxes help readers navigate technical terms and complex concepts, explaining how carp interact with their natural and artificial environments. This book is suitable for everyone interested in carp—from scholars to anglers.
Category: Science

Fishing For Dummies

Author : Peter Kaminsky
ISBN : 9781119953975
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Fishing For Dummies, UK Edition, provides you with a thorough introduction to all types of fishing - sea fishing, game fishing, and coarse fishing. This authoritative covers everything you need to know about this fantastic sport, including instruction on: Identifying the key species of fish found within and off the coasts of the British Isles Selecting the right rods, reels, line, and tackle Mastering casting techniques Tying knots like a seasoned angler Hooking and landing fish with ease
Category: Sports & Recreation

Fishing A Very Peculiar History

Author : Rob Beattie
ISBN : 9781908759863
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Fishing, A Very Peculiar History' explores one of the most ancient and popular pastimes in the world in the unique Peculiar History style, packed full of fascinating facts, quirky trivia and mind-boggling statistics. Rob Beattie tackles everything from the history of fish and chips to fish that look like celebrities and from what the well-dressed angler is wearing this season to brave fishing adventures and different fishing techniques from around the world. Whether you read a page, a chapter or a whole book, you won't be able to help but be intrigued and amazed at how much information is packed into a Peculiar History title.
Category: Sports & Recreation


Author : Arthur Ransome
ISBN : 9781107622180
Genre : History
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The National Book League was a precursor to the current Booktrust, and was set up in 1924 by the Society of Bookmen in order to promote reading, particularly among the young. To that end, the NBL issued Reader's Guides on a variety of subjects, each written by an author with expertise in that field and containing an annotated bibliography of recommended titles on the subject. Arthur Ransome was a keen fisherman as well as a famous children's author, and fishing and other outdoor pursuits feature often in his books. This Reader's Guide was published in 1955 and features Ransome's recommendations for books on fishing, broken down by varieties of fish and fishing practices.
Category: History

Against The Flow

Author : Tom Fort
ISBN : 9781407057644
Genre : Travel
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'You have to be on your guard when you go back to special places. You may be able to locate them easily enough on the map, but maps tell only one story. Times change and places and people with them. The memory plays curious tricks, and things aren't always as you remember or expect.' Twenty years ago, Tom Fort drove his little red car onto the ferry at Felixstowe, bound for all points east. Eastern Europe was still a faraway place, just emerging from its half-century of waking nightmare, blinking, injured, full of fears but importantly full of hope too. Things were different then. Czechoslovakia was still Czechoslovakia, Russia was the USSR and the Warsaw Pact had not formally dissolved. But what did exist then, as they do now, were the rivers: the nations' lifeblood. It was along and by these rivers that Fort travelled around Eastern Europe meeting its people and immersing himself in its culture. Since that trip though, much has changed and in more recent years around one million Poles have settled in Britain. Fort's local paper has a Polish edition, his supermarket has a full range of Polish bread, sausage and beer and an influx of Polish businesses opened in his town centre. And it's not just the Poles, his gym has a Lithuanian trainer and the woman who cuts his hair is from Hungary. As a tide of people began to leave Eastern Europe and settle in the UK, Tom Fort started to wonder about what they were leaving behind and whether the friends he had made all those years ago remained. And so he decided to make the journey again, travelling against the flow of the steady human stream to explore the once familiar places. As he did so, many began to return as the recession took hold of Western Europe. Tom was keen to find out what had changed and how the places, people and way of life had moved on and of course fit in a spot of fishing along the way.
Category: Travel

John Betjeman

Author : William S. Peterson
ISBN : 0198184034
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Provides information on the works of British author John Betjeman (1906-1984), compiled by Steve Phillips. Includes photographs, a bibliography, a FAQ section, online texts, and a description of the Betjeman Society. Links to related sites.
Category: Literary Criticism

Bb Remembered

Author : Tom Quinn
ISBN : STANFORD:36105127469232
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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When in October 1990 at the age of 85, BB (Denys Watkins-Pitchford) died he was generally recognised as the grand old man of English countryside writing. He wrote about travel, fishing and about wildlife both from a shooting man's point of view and increasingly as a dedicated conservationist. BB the writer and professional artist is well known but less well known is BB the man. The book is not in any sense a biography. Instead it is an attempt to recall BB's own memories of his life as well as the memories of some of those who knew him. It is an impressionistic portrait of a man who left a body or work - books, paintings and illustrations - that is unique.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Fishing In New England

Author : Leslie P. Thompson
ISBN : CORNELL:31924003439753
Genre : Brook trout fishing
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Category: Brook trout fishing

Fisherman S Bounty

Author : Nick Lyons
ISBN : PSU:000056100945
Genre : Fishing
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Category: Fishing

General Catalogue Of Printed Books

Author : British Museum. Department of Printed Books
ISBN : UOM:39015084656449
Genre : English literature
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The Cumulative Book Index

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ISBN : UOM:39015058373286
Genre : American literature
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A world list of books in the English language.
Category: American literature

Country Life

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105132658183
Genre : Country life
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Category: Country life