Brit Dominic Garnett has been brought in to Anglicise what is an American product and despite the light-hearted ‘Dummies’ concept and tone of the book, don’t be fooled, it covers a lot of ground, striking a balance between humour and information that makes it perfect for someone wondering what this fishing thing is all about.The book covers coarse, sea and game fishing and probably betrays its American origin by not dividing itself into three sections accordingly. Also includes quick-reference pages for deciding when you should go fishing and when you should stay home, and matching your lure to your rod and line.
Instead, it embraces all three simultaneously, as it considers the usual suspects of gear, prey, attractant and watercraft.
With a lot of sub-headings and bullet-point icons denoting tips, key reminders and safety issues, it’s a hard book in which to get bogged down and with the topics covered extending to safety, knots, boats, electronic gadgetry and the playing, photographing and cooking of fish, this is no mere introductory work but a manual that will offer ongoing support for some time after the reader takes up fishing.
; Miniature Editions for Dummies; 3.20 X 2.70 X 0.60 inches; 128 pages; Original unclipped dust jacket protected by archival Brodart cover.
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