Pacific Shore Fishing

Paperback: $25.00
ISBN-13: 9780824808921
Published: January 1985

Additional Information

272 pages
  • About the Book
  • Pacific Shore Fishing covers all aspects of shore-based fishing, from the use of the inexpensive handpole to shorecasting techniques for more sophisticated tackle. It is written primarily for the angler who wants to go fishing but doesn't know where to start. This handy guide covers such topics as selecting the right tackle, rods, reels, and monofilaments–essentials for the shore fisherman–and identifying Hawaiian reef species, what they will eat, and how to catch them.

  • About the Author(s)
    • Michael R. Sakamoto, Author

      Michael Sakamoto, born and raised in Hawaii, is an angler, a lecturer, an associate editor of Hawaii Fishing News, and a freelance writer whose articles have appeared in Saltwater Sportsman and Rod and Rifle. He is the author and illustrator of Oscar's Fishing Guidebook, a book for children, and How to Hook and Cook Book.
  • Reviews and Endorsements
    • Mike is one of the most talented and versatile anglers in the world today.
      International Sportsmen's Expositions
    • Mike Sakamoto is a fisherman who has made many casts and caught many fish. In this book he shares a great store of knowledge that is bound to benefit almost any angler. It is not a book to quickly read, but one that you will have to read again and again to extract the hundreds of ideas and fishing tips he has written so well about.
      Lefty Kreh, associate fishing editor, Outdoor Life
    • Pacific Shore Fishing ranks as the standard text on the subject and a valuable addition to every angler's library.
      Mark Sosin, fishing editor, Sports Afield
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