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The Complete Book of Saltwater Fishing

Everything the saltwater angler needs to know, from a long-time authority. Covers tackle and how to use it, baits and lures, the fifty most sought-after saltwater gamefish, recipes, introducing kids to saltwater fishing, and conservation issues. This edition revised and updated from the original 2001 publication with current trends in tackle, technique, and conservation.

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Notley’s Ultimate Guide…Saltwater Fishing Rigs & Knots

With 30 years of experience, Larry Notley really knows how to teach knots and rigs in simple, user-friendly text and illustrations. And now the best selling author has turned his attention to saltwater. This book is useful to both beginner and advanced fishermen. It provides the general information, knots, and rigs you need to create a solid foundation of knowledge, whether you're fishing live bait, metal, or flies. Troubleshooting, components, tips & techniques… Knowledge that will help you, no matter what species and conditions you encounter in the salt.

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Guide to Saltwater Fishing Knots for Gear & Fly Fishing: Knots for Super Braid, Dacron, Braid and Monofilament Lines

Saltwater fish have razor-sharp, bone-crushing teeth that can shred a leader, tippet, or knot in no time. Between their teeth and the enormous strength and speed of these fish, the use of well-constructed knots is a must. In this book, Notley shares 47 knots sure to keep fish on your line, including: 15 knots for joining lines; 9 for attaching lines to flies and 5 for loops; 8 loop knots; 10 super braid line knots. With the same clear illustrations and instructions of his other knot books, Notley provides saltwater anglers with all the knots they need to keep fish on the line.

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Surf and Saltwater Fishing in the Carolinas

Surf and Saltwater Fishing in the Carolinas is the ultimate all-in-one guide to inshore fishing in North and South Carolina. Written by long-time Brunswick Beacon fishing columnist Jeffrey Weeks this book is packed with all the information you need to know about surf and saltwater fishing the Carolina waters. You will find tips and tactics for flounder, redfish, speckled trout, bluefish, pompano, sea mullet, Spanish mackerel, spot, croaker, black drum and even the lesser known fish of the Carolina inshore saltwater scene. Whether you choose to fish from the surf, the shore, the pier, or in a boat Surf and Saltwater Fishing in the Carolinas is the most complete and detailed resource you are going to find.

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Saltwater Fishing

Where, how, when to fish, whether to bring home your dinner – or land a fighting game fish. Tackle, tides, temperature, and other factors make the difference, and knowing the optimum conditions increases your chances of success.

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Saltwater Fishing Made Easy

Your one-stop guide for saltwater fishing in North America
Whether you’re an experienced angler looking to improve your skills or a beginner just discovering the joys of saltwater fishing, this authoritative guide will help you bring in bigger and better fish every time you cast your line. Saltwater Fishing Made Easy is your all-in-one resource for fishing methods and techniques, tackle and bait, and, most important, the fish themselves. Before you go on your next fishing excursion, make sure this book is in your tackle box. Inside you will learn: Every method and technique of saltwater fishing: surf casting, fly fishing, jigging, trolling, chumming, and more What you need to know about more than 75 popular game fish found on the North American coasts, including feeding habits, preferred environments, and the best techniques for catching them Basic equipment, from rods and reels to bait and boats Step-by-step instructions for tying the 13 most useful fishing knots Proper techniques for cleaning, scaling, and filleting your catch Helpful advice in legal, ethical, and safety issues

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