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Initially I set up this website primarily to promote my book ‘'Fishing Afloat’', but it now does far more than that. As a result I must point out that some of the links to external websites are ‘affiliate links’ which means that I receive a small commission on any purchases you make through that link.

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Dick McClary, owner of www.Go-Saltwater-Fishing.com


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