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Author: Eric L. Sorenson
ISBN: 0896584631
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Pages 160 pages
Publisher Voyageur Pr; First Edition edition (March 1, 2000)
Language English
Category: Science
Rating: 4.9
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eBook The Angler's Guide to Freshwater Fish of North America (Country Sports) download

by Eric L. Sorenson


Not a bad book, makes a better companion to other books but still good on its own, couldnt hurt to learn more.

His freelance articles have appeared in such outdoors magazines as "The In-Fisherman," "Walleye In-Sider," "Midwest Outdoors," and "Outdoor News. When not writing, he's most commonly found on a trout stream. Series: Country Sports. Not a bad book, makes a better companion to other books but still good on its own, couldnt hurt to learn more. Not a technique book but a species book. Great for learning about fish.

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North America is a Trout fishing paradise Brown Trout were brought to North America from the UK. They took to their new home very well and these days you can catch them from Ontario to Georgia an. .

North America is a Trout fishing paradise. From remote mountain streams to great rushing rivers, the waterways of the US and Canada are perfect for many different types of Trout. So many, in fact, that it can get pretty confusing. Brown Trout were brought to North America from the UK. They took to their new home very well and these days you can catch them from Ontario to Georgia and throughout the Great Lakes. They also live all over the western half of America, from California to Colorado, and up into Alberta and British Columbia.

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The American Angler's Book Embracing the Natural History of Sporting Fish and the Art of Taking Them with Instructions in Fly-Fishing, Fly-Making, and Rod-Making and Directions for Fish-Breeding.

The American Angler's Book Embracing the Natural History of Sporting Fish and the Art of Taking Them with Instructions in Fly-Fishing, Fly-Making, and Rod-Making and Directions for Fish-Breeding, to which is appended Dies Piscatoriae Describing Noted Fishing-Places, and The Pleasure of Solitary Fly-Fishing is an early American angling book by Thaddeus Norris (1811-1877) first published in 1864. Norris was known as Uncle Thad and commonly referred to in American angling history as "The American Walton".

North America Freshwater Fishing has 20,957 members. Tommy will officially be inducted at the Northern Illinois Sports Show on January 18th at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake, Illinois. Freshwater fishing all across North America. Executive Director Emmett Brown from Hayward, WI will make the official induction personally. Congrats Tommy, so well deserved my friend.

Sports & Outdoors Books Hunting & Fishing Books. Sorenson's book is like shooting fish in a barrel. ISBN13: 9780896584631. If you want to improve your catches (and who doesn't?) you'll find "The Angler's Guide to Freshwater Fish of North America" an invaluable resource.

The first comprehensive field guide to freshwater fishes - covers all 790 species known in the United States and Canada. More than 700 illustrations, most in color, show identifying marks. Also includes 377 distribution maps and additional drawings of key details.

If you want to improve your catches (and who doesn't?) you'll find "The Angler's Guide to Freshwater Fish of North America" an invaluable resource. Providing a look into the biology and behavior of more than sixty species of freshwater game fish--including small- and large-mouth bass, sunfish, crappies, trout, salmon, catfish, walleye, northern pike, muskie, sturgeon, and more--this book provides a solid background for anglers throughout North America.

Eric L. Sorenson details each species' popularity and accessibility, range, habitat, physical traits, senses, diet, spawning, and average and record catches for a complete look at the biology of these popular fish. Because the natural history of fish is tied so closely to their future, Sorenson also emphasizes the importance of the angler's role in maintaining and preserving North America's freshwater game fish populations.

Complementing the easy-to-read text are spectacular photographs of these amazing fish. Plus, range maps are included to help you plan your next fishing excursion. So go ahead, put up a "Gone fishin'" sign and dive right in!

Also recommended: "100 Years of Fishing."