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THE ANGLER'S PRACTICAL GUIDE The good, the bad, the ugly--for the very first time, they're all here together in a book of their own, a book that illustrates and describes virtually every kind of fish an angler in Florida--or the Bahamas or Caribbean Islands--could expect to find on the end of a line. In this book you'll find the scoop on every hook-and-line species from th THE ANGLER'S PRACTICAL GUIDE The good, the bad, the ugly--for the very first time, they're all here together in a book of their own, a book that illustrates and describes virtually every kind of fish an angler in Florida--or the Bahamas or Caribbean Islands--could expect to find on the end of a line. In this book you'll find the scoop on every hook-and-line species from the mightiest Marlin to the lowliest Lizardfish, along with advice on how to catch each one and how good it is to eat. Because it's designed as a practical guide for fishermen, every effort has been made to keep biological jargon at bay. However, there is one nod to the world of science that is unavoidable--the inclusion of scientific names so that each of the species can be definitely pinpointed. Without scientific names, confusion would reign, because most species are known by more than one common name and, in many cases, two or more different species share the same common name.


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THE ANGLER'S PRACTICAL GUIDE The good, the bad, the ugly--for the very first time, they're all here together in a book of their own, a book that illustrates and describes virtually every kind of fish an angler in Florida--or the Bahamas or Caribbean Islands--could expect to find on the end of a line. In this book you'll find the scoop on every hook-and-line species from th THE ANGLER'S PRACTICAL GUIDE The good, the bad, the ugly--for the very first time, they're all here together in a book of their own, a book that illustrates and describes virtually every kind of fish an angler in Florida--or the Bahamas or Caribbean Islands--could expect to find on the end of a line. In this book you'll find the scoop on every hook-and-line species from the mightiest Marlin to the lowliest Lizardfish, along with advice on how to catch each one and how good it is to eat. Because it's designed as a practical guide for fishermen, every effort has been made to keep biological jargon at bay. However, there is one nod to the world of science that is unavoidable--the inclusion of scientific names so that each of the species can be definitely pinpointed. Without scientific names, confusion would reign, because most species are known by more than one common name and, in many cases, two or more different species share the same common name.

30 review for Sport Fish of Florida

  1. 4 out of 5

    Stanley Dunagin

    The best guide book for Florida fish that I have read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Christian

    An excellent, concise reference guide for beginning or advanced anglers. However, those looking for in-depth information will need to look elsewhere. Pros: -I use this book mostly for species identification, a purpose in which it excels. The descriptions are detailed, and differences from similar species are clarified. -Bait suggestions and habitat descriptions offer a good starting point for anglers. -Both fresh and saltwater species in the same book. Cons: -I found the gear recommendations simplist An excellent, concise reference guide for beginning or advanced anglers. However, those looking for in-depth information will need to look elsewhere. Pros: -I use this book mostly for species identification, a purpose in which it excels. The descriptions are detailed, and differences from similar species are clarified. -Bait suggestions and habitat descriptions offer a good starting point for anglers. -Both fresh and saltwater species in the same book. Cons: -I found the gear recommendations simplistic, and they used somewhat old-fashioned terminology. -There is an occasional inaccurate/unhelpful illustration. -The "fishing systems" information (I.e., drifting, trolling, still-fishing) is basically unnecessary. -The title is deceptive; the book covers sport fish as well as bait fish and, well, trash fish. At times I would prefer fewer species and more info on each, but there are other books for that purpose. This is a basic yet solid guide to most any fish that can be caught in Florida.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Monica

    One of the few books that outlines each fish not only for ID but also explains its food value and what kind of bait and tackle to use.

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    Ben

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    Erin

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    Josh Cobb

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    Kathy

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    Danny Reed

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    MARIE LECLAIR

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    Lloyd Mcavoy

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    Mike Reynolds

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    Kenneth Prosch

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    L.J.

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    Rose

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    Richard Belisle

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    Colin Shaw

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    Kathleen A Nelson

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    Tony Martinez

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    Erik Cote

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    annette m gardner

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    Wyatt Stringer

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