Some Fish and Some Fishing
by Frank Gray Griswold
Publisher: John Lane Co. 1921
Number of pages: 332
A fascinating book on ocean and river fishing, also includes sea fishing with kites and sleds. The author fished for the tarpon in Florida waters every month in the year excepting in midsummer, all along the Gulf of Mexico as far as Aransas Pass, and in the Panuco River at Tampico, Mexico.
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