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Initially I set up this website primarily to promote my book 'Fishing Afloat' (which is now out of print), 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. Particularly, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

I've chosen the linked-to companies with care, believing them all to provide good products and customer service. However I cannot guarantee that this is so, nor be held responsible for any consequences should any of them fail to meet your expectations.

Similarly, any advice, recommendations or endorsements are given in good faith and to the best of my knowledge - but of course, I might be wrong.

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


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