Let's Go Fishing
by D. Decker, R. Howard, J. Kelley
Publisher: Cornell Cooperative Extension 1991
Number of pages: 36
This is a national favorite that introduces fishing tackle and basic techniques. Includes information on natural baits and care of the catch. It is used in youth programs, but any age novice will find the clear and concise instructions helpful.
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