This guide covers every coarse fishing situation and details how the fresh water fisherman should plan his method of attack. The book is divided into four sections, each one covering a season of the fishing year as the problems and approaches of angling vary so greatly from season to season.
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• Improve your catch rates for carp, pike, barbel, tench, roach and a variety of less common species
• Discover the best locations for catching fish
• Learn how to select appropriate baits for each species
• Brush up on your fishing techniques with the help of over 100 colour photographs and detailed illustrations
Here at last is a book of refreshing simplicity that strips away the complicated jargon associated with the modern angling world and takes the reader back to the fundamentals of the sport.
'The Master Angler' explores five common water types- lakes, pits, large rivers, small rivers and canals – during each season of the year and inspires anglers of all abilities to approach the waterside with new eyes, new understanding and new ambitions. Taking the reader to the heart of the sport, it provides enthusiasts with a clear understanding of how fish think and behave, and the methods of presenting the baits that they like in an acceptable fashion.
Too many anglers concentrate their efforts on totally the wrong areas of the waterside. Author John Bailey explains in detail how you can achieve better results with the most common freshwater species like carp, pike, barbel, tench and roach – plus a few surprise ones too – by studying your subject carefully and monitoring patterns and trends.
For those longing for fishing to be comprehensible again and for the excitement to return to the sport, 'The Master Angler' will inspire a whole new generation of anglers to a better understanding of the waters of Britain and Europe.
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Book Description HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS LTD, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 2187345