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Page xvi reinforces the idea that you can take fishing to any level you wish, and that this simple, down-to-earth game plan will work for almost any species of fish anywhere in the country.

Unfortunately, Situations #1 and #2 occur far more often than #3. So be aware of that, try and find the right information from other sources, and digest it at your own pace. Then, by all means, pass it on.

Other sources, you say. I think that The Complete Idiot's Guide to Fishing Basics can be a major asset in your growth in the sport of fishing.

This book offers a no-nonsense introduction to fishing. It helps you understand fishing theory and application, and the difference between the two. You'll learn how to find the species of fish you want to catch, select the right fishing equipment, and properly handle and clean your catch. And you'll learn the essentials for fishing in safety and comfort in various environments and weather conditions. If you want to try more challenging types of fishing, like flyfishing or fishing for big saltwater gamefish, you can read the later chapters for a look at how to get started.

When I was 12 years old and collecting vouchers from my paper route, I would have used those vouchers in a heartbeat for an informative fishing book like this, if it had been available.

JERRY MCKINNIS, HOST OF FISHIN' HOLE

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