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Great Modern Pike Anglers

By Barrie Rickards , Malcolm Bannister

ISBN: 9781861268761
PUBLISHED: October 2006
PAGES: 200
BINDING: Hardback
SIZE: 246x189 mm
INSIDE: 145 black & white and 20 colour photos

The last half century has seen the greatest revolution in pike fishing for several hundred years. The Great Modern Pike Anglers examines all of the discoveries in pike fishing techniques that have taken place since 1950. It discusses how, and why, new approaches developed and who was responsible for the breakthroughs.

Contents include: Brief biographies of the piking giants, Fred Buller and Bill Giles. Accounts of the pioneering discoveries of Fred J Taylor and Ray Webb. Detailed descriptions of big catches. Boat fishing techniques and big waters. Distance fishing. Lure fishing and the lure fishing revolution. Spinnerbaits and jerkbaits. The best deadbaits. The Pike Anglers' Club.

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