King Salmon

Publisher: Paradise Cay Publications

Go fishing with Greg Goddard in this entertaining and very informative book. Greg takes you from the dock to the dinner table in this comprehensive how to book. King Salmon is a complete guide which includes charts of every popular salmon fishing region in the Golden State as well as phone numbers of charter and guide services and bait shops. This book is comprehensive; it covers specific tackle and includes a chapter on Care, Cleaning and Cooking of Salmon. Goddard covers ocean as well as river salmon fishing in California. Included along with clear, straightforward instruction are the rules and regulations for each specific river and region, as well as times of year when the fishing is best. Clear, simple drawings take the guesswork out his explanations of rigging and baiting techniques. The author has been fishing California avidly for thirty years. Take advantage of this compilation of his knowledge gained from hundreds of hours of research on Californias rivers and coast.

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Paperback 9780939837380 0939837382 2010-01-01 160 0.00 x 8.50 x 11.00 in $14.95

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