Good Luck and Tight Lines
Judged by the Southeastern Outdoor Writers Association as one of the three best outdoor books of 1996.
|This is the definitive book on catching the bruisers that prowl Florida's
inshore waters. The author's writing has appeared in Field & Stream, Outdoor Life,
Salt Water Sportsman, Sport Fishing, The Fisherman and many other outdoor magazines.
Locate and catch the species of your choice, whether it's redfish, snook, spotted seatrout, tarpon or the ubiquitous jacks, ladyfish and snappers. From permit and pompano to flounder and sheepshead, the tips are laid out in an easy-to-read book that's hard to put down. Learn not only where to find fish on the flats, but how and why those skinny water areas developed, and how to read them. Even being without a boat won't stop you. If it swims in Florida's shallow waters and can be caught on hook and line from a boat, a beach, a bridge, a pier or while wading, it's in here.
For resident or tourist, here's knowledge gleaned during 30-plus years of fishing inshore Florida. Covers baits as well as artificial lures and flies. Includes a glossary, guide listings and index. Send $14, name and address to:
Shipped one business day after receipt of order, postpaid. Add $2 for first class mail. Or order through your favorite book store; ISBN 0-88415-158-1, Gulf Publishing Co., Houston, Texas.
SPECIAL: How-to information on individual species. Specify redfish, seatrout, snook or tarpon. Send $2 plus large SASE (two first-class stamps) for each one.
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