FISH OF THE ATLANTIC
Volume 11 Number 2.
Fish of the Atlantic (from the Hancock House Fishing series), written from material located in the U.S. Government publication, Anglers' Guides to the United States Atlantic Coast, is a well-conceived book bound to be a favourite among sport fishermen of the Atlantic coast. Very inexpensive, it can be useful in a school library collection, as well.
Typical Atlantic coast fishes are each given a page in this book. The descriptions include Latin name, size, habits, best fishing time, fishing methods, and the most appropriate baits. A map of the range of the fish as well as a black-and-white sketch of each species is provided. Finally, there is a notes section for the fisherman to record the date he/she caught the fish, its location, bait, and comments.
This book is well indexed and is just about the right size to fit into a tackle box or knapsack. A good source of information about the sport fishes of the Atlantic coast, and a good book for a gift to a fishing friend or relative. Libraries can use it too.
Reg Crossman, Harrison Trimble H. S., Moncton H. S., Moncton, NB.
1971-1979 | 1980-1985 | 1986-1990 | 1991-1995
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