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Pole Fishing - A Complete Guide

By Mark Wintle , Graham Marsden

ISBN: 9781861269881
PUBLISHED: 2008
PAGES: 160
BINDING: Hardback
SIZE: 246x189 mm
INSIDE: 177 colour photographs 16 line drawings

Interest in pole fishing began to increase substantially in the 1970s with the introduction of much longer carbon fibre poles and since then its popularity has grown enormously both on stillwaters and latterly on rivers as well. The first law of fishing is to find your fish and the second law is to present your bait in such a way that the fish do not know that it conceals a hook. Pole fishing offers the ultimate when it comes to the second law and that is why the pole is the first choice of most anglers who demand the ultimate in bait presentation.

Pole Fishing - A Complete Guide contains a mass of practical and sound advice about all aspects of pole fishing, starting with the basics and progressing to the more advanced methods and techniques.

Topics covered: Considers what equipment to buy, the types of pole that are available and the factors you should consider before making a purchase Discusses how to start pole fishing and how to get the best out of the sport Examines how to tackle the more advanced techniques Analyses what baits and rigs are best and also the wide variety of techniques that are needed on different waters Explains how to understand the behaviour of the fish in order to increase catches and how to understand the waters you fish

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" great book so very well written fantastic ilustrations would love to own one. "
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