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Sea Fishing - River Cottage Handbook No6 - cover

Sea Fishing - River Cottage Handbook No6

Nick Fisher

Publisher: Bloomsbury UK

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A thoroughly practical guide to catching, preparing and cooking sea fish, from the bestselling River Cottage Handbook series 
 
From renowned fishing expert Nick Fisher comes this concise and beautifully illustrated guide to fishing along British coastline. All that's needed is a beach, pier, harbour, estuary or boat. Nick covers all the basics, such as when and where to go fishing, and then profiles the sea fish that you are likely to catch (each one clearly photographed), covering their conservation status, season, habitat and method of catching. Next he gets down to the nitty gritty, with a guide to tackles, rods, reeds, rigs, knots and bait, and step-by-step advice on all the sea fishing techniques. And for once you've made your catch, there are 30 delicious recipes from River Cottage.

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