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Catching Bluegill

John Tertuliani

Editore: Lotic Books, 2006
ISBN 10: 0976115913 / ISBN 13: 9780976115915
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Titolo: Catching Bluegill

Casa editrice: Lotic Books

Data di pubblicazione: 2006

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Riassunto: I am glad bluegill are fried and not worshiped, says author John Tertuliani. The statement summarizes well, the intent of Catching Bluegill. Tertuliani makes no excuses, the only thing he enjoys more than catching bluegill, is eating them. Success in fishing, no matter species, requires more skill than luck. Bluegill are too often misunderstood by anglers who think of them as nothing more than a pond of stunted beggars. Catching big bluegill is no less difficult than catching any other species. Finding them is the key. Tertuliani describes in detail what makes ideal habitat and the best ways to find the bluegill in any season. He makes a strong effort to instruct the reader in all forms of tackle. He explains everything from live worms to dry flies. Proven methods no matter how you fish, is the legitimate platform for the book. Tertuliani is an obvious expert on tackle, especially hook design, but he appears to have an even greater understanding of fishing with kids. If you have kids or grandkids, Chapter 7 alone is worth the price of the book. With more than 160 photos, Catching Bluegill offers much to the panfish angler. Whether you are a confident angler or just starting out, catching bluegill and other species of sunfish will become easy if you follow the methods described in the book. Learn what a biologist knows about catching bluegill, proven methods no matter how you fish.

L'autore: The first fish John Tertuliani caught was a bluegill. He has caught many more since. His childhood passion for the outdoors led to a career that has allowed him to work with game species ranging from coho salmon to striped bass. Even so, his passion for this tasty sunfish continues to grow.

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