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February 01 , 2009

Fishing: Learn From The Tips And Laugh At The Tales


George Mason has been passionate about fishing since his father bought him his first rod in the early sixties. It was only a cheap 2 piece cane affair but he enjoyed catching fish with it in the village pond.
Eventually, George acquired better tackle and began taking part in fishing competitions. He became successful and won many trophies, including his local championship, which he won for 2 years in succession. In this book he passes on the tips that helped him catch more fish than his rivals.
This book is aimed at pleasure and match anglers alike regardless of their skill levels. It is written in a friendly humorous style that George hopes readers will find interesting and entertaining.
George lives in England, so the tips and tales are unique to that country. However, the book would be of interest to anglers of anywhere because catching fish is the same the world over and it is a pleasure to read.

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