Zander Fishing - A Complete Guide
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Zander, or pike-perch as they are sometimes called, have been shrouded in controversy ever since they were first introduced into Britain's rivers and drains in 1963. They were soon blamed for the decline in fish stocks in the Fens, where they were initally introduced. Notwithstanding this, forty years after their introduction, zander are now widely accepted and are regarded by many anglers as almost a cult fish.
Little is known, or been written about, the country's newest predator fish. Zander Fishing - A Complete Guide will be widely welcomed throughout the angling community. Mark Barrett along with several other leading zander anglers [John Cahill, Dave Marrs, Leigh McDonough, Denis Moules, Dave Pugh and Ian Weatherall], reveal the secrets of where and how to catch zander.
Covers zander tackle, baits, rigs, fishing methods and techniques Considers how to locate your prey as well as how to land, handle and photograph your fish Provides a guide to the zander waters of the Fens and fishing for this species in this area Examines zander fishing in the Warwickshire Avon, the canals of the West Midlands, the Severn and elsewhere Analyses stillwater zander fishing, lure fishing and sea baitRRP: £19.95