799. Books on fishing
Tom Davis The Little Book of Flyfishing, 1997.
Tom Davis’s contribution to The Little Book series looks at techniques to catch the fish and recipes for preparing them. The book was republished in 2008.
Yvon Chouinard, Craig Mathews, and Mauro Mazzo Simple Fly Fishing: Techniques for Tenkara and Rod & Reel, 2014.
You don’t need to spend a fortune to be successful at flyfishing. First, the authors guide you on finding the fish and making inexpensive and straightforward flies yourself. With stories, photos, and illustrations by fish artist James Prosek, the book makes it possible for anyone can enjoy it.
Michael DiLorenzo Adventures with Jonny: Let’s Go Fishing; A Parent & Child Fishing Adventure and Guide, 2009.
Outdoor enthusiast Michael DiLorenzo provides a three-part book to help you share your love of fishing with your child. Part 1 is a children’s story that explores a fishing trip through the eyes of a child. Part 2 is a how-to guide for parents who want to help their children enjoy fishing. Part 3 relates a game called “Name that Fish!” that makes learning about the freshwater breeds you may catch more enjoyable for everyone.
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