SPINNING FOR FRESH WATER GAME FISH by

SPINNING FOR FRESH WATER GAME FISH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Warm commendation from H. G. Tapply, of Field & Stream Magazine and fellow-author of books on fishing, introduces this continuation of Spinning For American Game Fish (1947) and assures the reader that ""Mr. Spinning"" will prove a dependable teacher and guide. For Bates starts off with a clearing away of mixed up nomenclature; then he describes and analyzes reels, lines, lures, floats, baits and rigging, rods; he goes on to matching tackle and offers suggestions for casting accuracy; methods and techniques for fast water, lakes and ponds come next. His standards for selection and notes on purchasing should be of practical use while his own experience on the fine points and niceties of this sport will attract every addict.

Pub Date: Oct. 19th, 1954
Publisher: Little, Brown