Wet fly and dry fly- addicts may scorn this book on ""spinning""- but the neophyte finds it very convincing. Here an ardent...

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SPINNING FOR AMERICAN GAME FISH

Wet fly and dry fly- addicts may scorn this book on ""spinning""- but the neophyte finds it very convincing. Here an ardent fisherman presents the case for ""spinning""- fishing with a light lure and a thread line on a fixed spool reel. He discu the advantages, the attraction for game fish of all sizes, fresh or salt, the sport, the adaptability of the tackle for trolling, fishing with dry or wet fly or lur when to use and why. Then he goes back to the evolution of spinning- the equipment technique- casting- hints on hows and whys- fishing in rivers, streams, brooks, ponds, lakes, and salt water. Special item for your fishing fans.

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Publisher: Little, Brown

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1947