Donat Let the Big One Get Away Ken Schultzas Essentials of Fishing is the new authority on the sport you love, whether youare an expert or a beginner. Organized by topic, this information-packed reference offers fast and easy access to all of the fishing facts, instructions, and tips you need to get more bites, land more big ones, and have a lot more fun every time you dip a line in the water. Whether youare heading for a trout stream, the Gulf Stream, or points in between, youall find everything you need to know about the fish species youall be hunting, the fishing rods, tackle, and other gear you should pack, and the basic skills and advanced techniques that will boost your chances of success. Youall discover the latest advances in conventional, spinning, and fly rods and reels, and youall learn the essentials of knot tying, hook sharpening, and more. Schultz helps you perfect your flycasting, surfcasting, flipping, and pitching skills, and he shows you how to figure out where the fish are in streams, lakes, bays, and even the ocean. Youall also learn a variety of retrieval methods, find tips on playing and landing fish, and get advice on measuring, weighing, storing, and cleaning your catch. Whether you prefer wading in a rushing brook or fording pounding surf, casting from a jetty or trolling from a boat, chumming in freshwater or drifting in saltwater, youall find completely up-to-date information on species and tactics, special techniques, preferred rigs, lures, and bait, picking your spot, angling etiquette, and safety. Youall learn how to approach schooling fish, angle in brush and timber, night fish, ice fish, and much more. More than 450 exquisite drawings illustrate everything from mending fly fishing line to fishing around buoys and tuning lures, while more than fifty full-color photos depict some of the most exciting and satisfying moments in fishing.5 When the spiral of the tag end has rolled over the column of twists, continue keeping knee pressure on the loop and move your left hand down to grasp the knot. Place a finger in the crotch of the line where the loop joins to prevent slippage of the last turn; take a half-hitch with the tag ... 7 Make three more turns with the tag end around both legs of the loop, winding inside the bend of the line formed byanbsp;...
|Title||:||Ken Schultz's Essentials of Fishing|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2009-10-29|