With a wealth of practical detail born of years of experience, Eric Burnley’s Fishing Saltwater Baits makes the perfect “go-to” guide for any saltwater angler. Serious saltwater anglers know that fishing natural baits is the most reliable way to catch fish. But success depends on using the right baits, with the right rigs, and fishing with the proper technique. Fishing Saltwater Baits details everything the saltwater bait angler needs to know to become a better fisherman. It discusses how to choose and care for baits such as menhaden, eels, mullet, shrimp, clams, spot, worms, crabs, squid and more. The book covers tackle, rigs, livewells, bait buckets, cast nets, and all other equipment in the bait fisherman's arsenal. And it explores the techniques that bring in saltwater species such as flounder, striped bass, kingfish, pompano, tarpon, and many others, from beach, bay, and offshore. “There are some anglers who look on bait fishing like a gourmet looks at a hot dog,” says Eric Burnley. “But they miss out on a lot of the fun when the weakfish are only hitting live spot and the croaker are only taking squid.”
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About the Author
ERIC BURNLEY is the author of Surf Fishing the Atlantic Coast and is a regular contributor to The Fisherman and other publications. He lives in Milton, Delaware.