PIKE: THE PREDATOR BECOMES THE PREY. By John Bailey and Martyn Page.

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PIKE: THE PREDATOR BECOMES THE PREY. By John Bailey and Martyn Page.

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Author Bailey (John) & Page (Martyn).
Book Code 26586
ISBN 1852237759
Book Description Minor corner bumps else very good in dust-wrapper.

(1985) 1993 2nd edition. 4to. Pp199. Colour & b/w photographs, illustrations. Black boards.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1993
Publisher The Crowood Press.
Place Ramsbury, Marlborough.
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Considered one of Bailey's best books and certainly one of the better pike fishing books. With good contributions from Vic Bellars, Gord Burton & Frank Pennington, George Higgins, Mick Brown, Bob Mousley, Paul Snepp & Steve Harper. This second edition had revised and updated text and illustrations. Chapters include: Our stories; Getting to grips with larger pike; Advanced developments in methods and techniques; The Fens; Two inventive pikers; One way with Fenland pike; Lochs and loughs; Lomond and the lochs of Scotland; Lochs and loughs - further thoughts; An approach to Irish loughs; Trolling English style; River pike; Big river piking; Piking on the Wessex rivers; A new River Waveney record; Large stillwaters; The drifting technique; Reservoirs, gravel pits and large lakes; Trout waters; Jack livebaits; Norfolk Broadlands; Broadland piking; The challenge of Broadland; A modern Broadland master; Always Broadland masters; The use of artificials; The final meeting.