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Fishing the Pacific Offshore and on

Author : Selwyn Kip Farrington
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How to Fish the Pacific Coast

Author : Ray Cannon
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A description of the fishing techniques, basic and sophisticated fishing equipment, and ways of identifying the types of fish most frequently caught off the Pacific Coast. Includes a chapter on the responsibilities of a fisherman toward his environment.

Trout Fishing in the Pacific Northwest

Author : Gary Lewis
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The best book for North America's best trout region The Pacific Northwest is a hotbed of freshwater angling activity with approximately 50% of the resident population wetting a line each year. This is also a popular destination area for fly anglers from around the world who come to experience unsurpassed trout fishing. This book reveals specific strategies and locations for the best fishing in the region. More than 300 step-by-step photos teach the important fishing skills, and in-depth chapters give insight into trout biology and behavior, guaranteeing that anglers will increase their catch. Contents include: • Secrets to Fishing the Pacific Northwest • Understanding Trout & Salmon • Equipment • Stream-Fishing Techniques • Spinning & Baitcasting Techniques • Techniques for Special Waters • Fishing for Trophy Trout

How to Fish the Pacific Coast

Author : Raymond Cannon
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Ultimate Trout Fishing in the Pacific Northwest

Author : Larry E. Stefanyk
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As the saying goes, to catch a fish, you've got to think like a fish. Ultimate Trout Fishing in the Pacific Northwest instructs readers on how to think like a fish, but more specifically, how to think like a local trout! Trout fishing is a rewarding sport and it's easy to get started: licenses are inexpensive, good equipment can be found in all price ranges, and best of all, trout are plentiful in saltwater, brackish estuaries, lakes of every size, small streams and large, fast-flowing rivers. There's no need for an expensive boat either as trout can be fished from shore, by casting from a small boat or trolling in a float tube. Want to know when to reach for an Elk Hair Caddis or Tom Thumb pattern or just go for a worm? Where to cast your Madam X for maximum appeal? Tried and true advice from old-timers is combined with the most up-to-date information from fishing guides and the latest findings from biologists. This guide covers both fly and spin-casting gear, recommended patterns and baits, as well as river, lake and ice fishing techniques, and information about trout found in our waters including rainbow and steelhead, cut-throats, brown and Dolly Varden char. With contributions from expert anglers and guides Phil Rowley, Ralph Shaw, Joie Cole, Matt Guiguet, Frank Dalziel, Kenzie Cuthbert, Bill Luscombe and Ron Thompson, here is an up-to-date and comprehensive look at all aspects of trout sport fishing in the Pacific Northwest.

Fishing Efforts by Net Fisheries in the North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea Since the 1950 s

Author : Reynold A Fredin
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Fishing the Pacific Way

Author : E. L. Casson
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Traditional Fishing in the Pacific

Author : H. J. Hall
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Fly Fishing for Pacific Salmon II

Author : Les Johnson
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Fly-Fishing for Pacific Salmon II is an omnibus that encompasses the growth of Pacific salmon fly-fishing generated by the authors' ground-breaking 1985 best-seller, Fly-Fishing for Pacific Salmon. Completely rewritten, Fly-Fishing for Pacific Salmon II incorporates the knowledge of many respected people throughout the Pacific salmon fly-fishing community: lodge owners, guides, members of sportfishing clubs, tackle manufacturers, biologists and technical experts; along with an elite group of legendary guides who have contributed so much to the sport. Fly-Fishing for Pacific Salmon II includes an expanded history of the fishery; new full-color identification paintings of the five Pacific salmon species; additional photos of salmon feed; fishing in fresh and saltwater utilizing new techniques and tackle; and a chapter on fly patterns?classic and new?for use in fresh and saltwater, contributed by fly tiers along the Pacific coast from California to Alaska. There is also a brand-new chapter on the art of bucktailing. Johnson and Ferguson are committed to stewardship of the Pacific salmon. Fly-Fishing for Pacific Salmon II will help you catch more salmon, but of greater significance is its focus on the critical need for environmental awareness and ethical harvest that will ensure the future of Pacific salmon.

Fishing the Pacific Offshore and On

Author : S Kip 1904- Farrington
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This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.

Fishing the Pacific Offshore and on

Author : S Kip 1904- Farrington
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Pacific Shore Fishing

Author : Michael Sakamoto
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Discusses the selection of fishing equipment and offers practical guidance on how to fish on the shores of Hawaii

Game Fish of the Pacific

Author : George Clifford Thomas
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Game Fish of the Pacific

Author : George Conner Thomas
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Fishing the Pacific Offshire and on

Author : S Kip Farrington
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This is a facsimile reprint of the original book by S Kip Farrington, rebuilt using the latest technology. There are no poor, missing or blurred pages and all photographic images have been professionally restored. At Yokai Publishing we believe that by restoring this title to print it will live on for generations to come.

Fishing Industry in Asia and the Pacific

Author : Asian Productivity Organization
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Fishing for Islands

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From bamboo rafts to the double-hulled voyaging canoe, this book is a celebration of the traditional boats of Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. The people of these island countries depend on the sea, and their ships reflect their mastery of sailing and shipbuilding. Early sailors built simple dugout canoes, but the invention of the outrigger and the double-hulled canoe allowed the Polynesians to navigate rough waters and sail thousands of miles more than 1,000 years before the Greeks and Romans mastered the Mediterranean. From New Zealand to Hawaii to Indonesia, this book discusses fishing techniques, navigational methods, and boat building facts.

Fishing for Tuna

Author : David J. Doulman
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Fishing Industry in Asia and the Pacific

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Rapid Change in World Fishing

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