Stream Smallmouth Fishing by Tim Holschlag
English | Oct. 1, 1990 | ISBN: 0811723844 | 224 Pages | EPUB | 2.1 MB
Smallmouth bass fishing is gaining popularity as more and more anglers discover the hard-fighting smallmouth. From California to Connecticut and from the Carolinas to Canada, many agree with angling pioneer James Henshall, who said in 1881 that smallmouth are "inch for inch, pound for pound, the gamest fish that swims." In this book, smallmouth expert Tim Holschlag focuses on what many feel is the most exciting smallmouth fishing available - stream and small river fishing. Pursuing smallmouth in streams is very different from the increasingly mechanized and crowded lake angling of today, and requires different skills and techniques. The book covers every aspect of stream fishing, including understanding currents, finding productive smallmouth streams, fishing on foot and from small watercraft, difficult water conditions, seasonal variations, the right tackle, fly fishing, and spin fishing. There is also a bonus chapter on how to catch trophy smallmouth. Tim Holschlag is president and co-founder of the Smallmouth Alliance, an angling and conservation organization. He has been a devoted smallmouth fisherman for thirty years and has fished hundreds of streams across the smallmouth's range.
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