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Sport Fishing in British Columbia
by Mary Peachin

In In Sport Fishing in British Columbia, author Mary L. Peachin calls upon her expertise and forty years of angling experience to provide a practical guide for salt and fly fishing anglers exploring BC. The well-organized guide highlights the province's finest resources, and triggers serious motivation for new and seasoned anglers to start looking for the perfect match. It includes almost anything you need to know including accommodation options for luxury destination lodges as well as those for self-contained independent anglers. There is detailed information on fish species, techniques, where to go and what to take.

Those who know or don't know the difference between mooching and jigging, or nymphing and dry fly fishing, will quickly realize from Peachin's guide how well BC's sport fishing close to annual $1 billion industry integrates with BC's magnificent environment.
Sport Fishing in British Columbia - Full Color Edition
Mary Peachin, Author
Publisher: Peachin Adventure (February 2016)
ISBN 978-0991198146
About Mary Peachin:
Mary L. Peachin is a freelance adventure writer who divides her time between Vancouver and her native Tucson, Arizona. When she is not traveling between the seven continents, she spends her time sport fishing or scuba diving. She has published The Complete Idiot's Guide to Sharks, Scuba Caribbean , and Sharks: The Sleek and the Savage. Mary has contributed chapters to numerous other books.




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