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BASS FISHING A NEW LAKE Bass fishing tips to get you catching fish right away Do you want to know how to go on a new lake and catch bass like you fish it all the time? One of the toughest things for weekend Bass fisherman is knowing where to find fish. The problem is compounded when you are going to fish a lake you have not fished before. Without the experience, you just don't know where to fish unless you have a plan. HAVE A GAME PLAN Having this knowledge and a game plan, you can catch fish right away , and catch more fish than if you went on the lake and randomly looked for fish. This fishing guide will help you save time so you can start catching fish faster, and more of them. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN FROM THIS KINDLE BOOK This ebook shows you how to do your homework before you go to the lake, to discover where the fish will be and what to catch them on. When you get to the lake you just need to tweak what you have determined and you are ready to catch fish as soon as you hit the water. This will be one of your most useful fishing books. GET AND KEEP THESE BASS FISHING TIPS FRESH IN YOU MIND WHEN YOU HIT THE WATER
Nine-year-old Sam loves fishing with his dad. So when his pesky little sister, Lucy, horns in on their fishing trip, he's none too pleased: "Where's my stringer? / Something's wrong! / The princess doll does not belong!" All ends well in this winsome book of poems-each labelled with its proper poetic form, from quatrain to tercet. Together the poems build a dawn-to-dusk story of a father-son bond, of sibling harmony lost and found-and most of all, of delicious anticipation. Charming line drawings animate the poetry with humour and drama, and the extensive Poet's Tackle Box at the end makes this the perfect primer to hook aspiring poets of all ages. AGES: 6-9 AUTHOR: Tamera Wissinger was inspired to write this novel-in-verse after writing "Night Crawlers," a poem that stemmed from her fun childhood memories of night crawler hunting with her dad before fishing trips. She is a graduate of Hamline University's MFA Writing for Children program. This is her first book. Matthew Cordell and his brother Eric were all-around best buds. They grew up in a small town in South Carolina, where his family would often take fishing trips together. Matthew is the illustrator of Like Pickle Juice on a Cookie by Julie Sternberg and Justin Case by Rachel Vail. Colour illustrations
Able to be read in thirty minutes, a concise and simple guide presents twenty tips designed to improve the way couples talk and listen to each other, each followed by a short explanation and examples. Original. 25,000 first printing.
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