The World Atlas of Saltwater Fishing

The World Atlas of Saltwater Fishing

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The exciting world of saltwater sport fishing - in beautiful full color. The World Atlas of Saltwater Fishing is a fascinating full-color tour of the premier saltwater fishing locations around the globe, concentrating on locations most renowned for their outstanding sport fishing action. Featured are the east and west coasts of North America and the unparalleled fishing grounds of the Caribbean, South America, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, and Europe. Focusing on the major attractions at each location - fish such as marlin, tuna, and bonefish - The Atlas also covers species that are gaining in popularity or which are becoming more abundant, thereby offering the angler a wider range of possibilities in a given locale. In addition, Schultz describes seasonal game fish presence and trends, fishing techniques, preferred seasonal fishing times, notable past catches (including world records) and angling folklore of each region. Superbly illustrated with full-color photographs and detailed diagrams, The World Atlas of Saltwater Fishing is the complete guidebook for the finest ports of call for all saltwater fishermen.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 212 pages
  • 249.4 x 288 x 23.4mm | 1,398.38g
  • Octopus Publishing Group
  • Hamlyn
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Col.ill.
  • 1585741922
  • 9781585741922

About Ken Schultz

Ken Schultz is fishing editor of Field & Stream magazine, the largest sportsman's publication in the world, with nearly ten million readers monthly. He is the author of Bass Fishing Fundamentals, The Art of Trolling, The Complete Book of Freshwater Fishing, and The Complete Book of Sport Fishing. His pursuit of game fish around the globe has taken him to the waters of New Zealand, Bermuda, the Bahamas, Canada, Mexico, Tahiri, and most recently Australia. He lives in Forestburgh, New York.show more