From the Bahamas, where Joe Brooks caught a 23 pound bonefish with a fly, he goes on to fish around the world- British Honduras for barracuda, Panama for marlin, Mexico, South America along the Rio Grande for trout, Australia, New Zealand, Africa (tigerfish) and Europe for all different kinds. At the end of each chapter there is a seasonal schedule of what may be caught where, along with some costs (boat charters, etc.) and throughout indications of what he fishes with as well as what he catches. Thus the book has definite value for others of the raternity, although his real plain prose is at best energetic. You know what market to STRIKE.