THE BARTLETT ANGLING COLLECTION: A list of books on angling, fishes and fish culture in the Harvard College Library. By Louise Rankin Albee.
BIG FISH AND BLUE WATER: GAMEFISHING IN THE PACIFIC. By Peter Goadby.
(1970) 1987 5th revised edition. 4to (190 x 248mm). Ppxiv,334. Colour and b/w photographs, well-known Australian and international angler and record holder who has competed regularly and successfully in international tournaments at Hawaii, Tahiti and in New zealand as well as in Australia. There is a foreword by Charles Cooke III of Maui, Hawaii". This is a very detailed account of deep-water angling in the Pacific, by a man of enormous experience. The numerous chapters are grouped into five sections: The Pacific - Australia, new Zealand, Hawaii, Tahiti, Fiji, New Caledonia, Samoa, Tonga, The Cook Islands, The Marshalls and Marianas, Papua and New Guinea; Fishing methods - eleven chapters; Tackle - ten chapters; Gamefish of the Pacific - quick guide to Pacific gamefish, forty-one sections each on a different species, eight sections on different species of bait and bait-fish; The travelling fisherman - clothing, seasickness, drinks, food, superstitions, fishing gear, photographic gear, seabirds the fisherman's eyes in the sky.
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|Book Description||Very good copy in slightly used dust-wrapper.|
|Publisher||Angus and Robertson.|