Fishing Florida by Paddle: An Angler's Guide

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Overview
From Pensacola to Jacksonville to the Everglades, fishing by paddle craft in the Sunshine State offers seemingly endless journeys. Whether in the cypress dugouts of the Calusa, Dimock’s wood-and-canvas tarpon fishing canoe or modern fiberglass and plastic, humans have been paddle fishing in Florida for thousands of years. Sprinkling colorful history throughout, author John Kumiski highlights the state’s best paddle fishing destinations, both freshwater and saltwater, including the bass of Farm 13, the redfish and trout along the Big Bend Paddling Trail and the snook and tarpon of the Everglades. Learn the locales and what to do when you get there, including launch points, shuttles, rentals, tackle, techniques and more.
Details
ISBN: 9781467140638
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
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State: Florida
Series: Sports
Images: 128
Pages: 224
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
An army veteran, UMASS grad and former public school teacher, John has taught fishing classes at Brevard Community College and the Andy Thornall Fly Fishing for Redfish School. John is a member of the Southeastern Outdoor Press Association. He has been a president of the Indian River Guides Association, the Backcountry Flyfishing Association and the Florida Outdoor Writers Association. He has been selected as a Top Rated Guide and can be reached via www.spottedtail.com and www.johnkumiski.com.
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