Fishing the shallows gets in your blood like few other activities.
If your interested in skinny water fishing, this book & DVD set are for you.
From saltwater marshes to bay flats, beaches to inlets…all these areas offer great inshore fishing action and Sportsman’s Best: Inshore Fishing brings it all together.
Author Mike Holiday and the editors of Florida Sportsman magazine made sure you have everything you need to succeed in one easy to follow book and DVD set. To be successful while inshore fishing knowledge is tantamount. Throughout the 15 Chapters and 240 brilliantly colored pages you’re given a blueprint for more enjoyable days on the water. Chapters include: Tackle Options, Inshore tips fishing from a boat or shore, Favorite Inshore species, The Top Natural Baits, Artificial Lure Strategies, Reading the Water, Understanding the Tides, Structure Fishing, Knowledge of Knots, Safety and Conservation.
Mike had this to say about his book, “Knowledge is a major component of fishing success. This book will not only direct you to the fish, but show you the little nuances that increase your catch rate. From picking the right tackle to the best baits, you’ll find all the information you need here to consistently catch fish along the coast.”
Sportsman’s Best: Inshore Fishing comes to life with 65 minute BONUS DVD included with this book. Sit back and enjoy some of the most exciting inshore video footage available. Shot and produced by the editors of Shallow Water Angler and Florida Sportsman TV.
Rich color photos and illustrations accompany expert tips from the Florida Sportsman staff that will put you on fish fast and increase your catch rate. The bonus DVD brings the book to life. Make the most of the coast!
Florida Sportsman TV covered natural baits for our TV audience, as seen in the video above. Chapter 7 of Sportsman’s Best: Inshore Fishing goes into specific detail about the top natural baits for all inshore waters–something that can’t be covered in a single TV segment. ”For better catches, identify your local baits, and know where and how to find them.”