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FISHERMAN’S KNOTS & NETSby: Raoul Graumont
Whether you fish for fun or fortune, this is a valuable addition to your tackle box; describes the 100s of ties & bends used to connect line to the many types of hooks, leaders, lures, nets, traps, & seines. Illus; 5×8 inches, 208 pgs.
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Jam-packed with practical and valuable information for fishermen everywhere, this handbook describes the hundreds of ties and bends used to connect line to the many types and kinds of hooks, leaders, lures, nets, traps, and seines. The text and illustrations are so clear that all guesswork is eliminated. Whether you fish for fun or fortune, this is a valuable addition to your tackle box.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Raoul Graumont, born in Algiers in 1896, the son of a cavalry colonel in a French colonial regiment, began his maritime apprenticeship at the age of thirteen on one of the last great French sailing vessels, the five-masted barque France. He learned knot work aboard ship and in the hundreds of foreign ports to which his ships carried him.
He later served in the French Army for eight years until his discharge in 1922. He was a Texas cowpuncher, a Montana lumberjack, a rigger in Washington and Oregon, and mushed dog teams in Alaska.
Publisher: SCHIFFER BOOKS
Publish Date: 01-01-1970
“FISHERMAN’S KNOTS & NETS”
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