Encyclopedia of Lures

By: Chris and Sue Harris

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Clean and sturdy. Lure fishing for predatory fish is the coarse angler's answer to fly fishing. Many different colours, sizes and actions of lure are available to try at different depths and varying speeds of retrieve. The excitement generated in this form of fishing are unsurpassed in coarse fishing. Small wonder then that lure fishermen are the fastest-growing group of anglers in the UK. The problem with lure fishing is that finding the right plug and spinner for the right situation is a major headache. With full descriptions of nearly three hundred lures, plus advice on how to use them and suggestions for alternatives, this book guides the reader towards the correct lure for every situation. Classified into types, with lures listed A-Z in each section, and with a colour photograph of each main entry, this is a handy reference guide for all lure anglers. Dedicated lure anglers themselves, Chris and Sue Harris run the Harris Angling Company, which offers a range of lures from all parts of the world, as well as a complete range of tackle items for the lure angler.

Title: Encyclopedia of Lures

Author Name: Chris and Sue Harris

Categories: Homesteading/Gardening/Fishing,

Publisher: Wiltshire, The Crowood Press: 1993

ISBN Number: 1852237376

ISBN Number 13: 9781852237370

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Seller ID: 5454885