The shelves are already heaving with books about fishing but like all activities with an avid and expanding following, there's always space for another.
If you're looking for a book on the subject, a small selection of those that I've had a chance to review can be found here.
But if you're more interested in writing fishing books, read on ...
First, does it exist only in your head? Just something you'll 'get round to one of these days'?
Yes? Then get to it. Until thought transference is invented, it's no use to anyone where it is.
Excellent! Even if it's not directly about the subject of catching fish we want to hear about it.
For example, books about:~
And is it ...
Whichever one of these questions you can answer 'yes' to, you as its author will be keen to bring it to the attention of a likely readership.
And here's your chance ...
What aspects of this wonderful pastime of ours does your book cover? Is it in hard copy or is it an e-book? Maybe you could list the the chapter headings a give a description as to what each one is about? Lets hear about your passion!
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Dec 20, 17 08:28 AM
If you use trolling lines, then rigging a bird teaser ahead of your lures is probably the simplest and most effective thing you can do to improve your strike rate
Dec 20, 17 08:19 AM
The classic technique for sailboat fishing is trolling a handline astern. But, as many offshore sailors will tell you, its not quite as simple as that. Here are the tips you need to get results
Dec 17, 17 02:47 AM
In 1995, a friend of mine purchased a 43' Beneteau (the Kai Luana) in Honolulu. He asked a couple of friends to help him sail it back to Kwajalein, Marhall